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Red and blue light are gaining popularity in both beauty salons and home treatments. Being a FDA approved therapy, LED technology helps in chronic joint pain, slow to heal wounds, wrinkles, hair loss and acne or other issues, like psoriasis, improved circulation and better immune function.
LED light therapy uses various wavelengths including red and blue, Red light therapy is nowadays used in cosmetics, especially against wrinkles; Blue light therapy is used by beauty parlours to cure acne and different skin conditions. Both red and blue LED lights are safe to use daily and for all skin types, these lights do not contains ultraviolet rays and do not cause skin burns.
Red light therapy is also known as photo biomodulation (PBM), low level light therapy (LLLT), bio stimulation, photonic stimulation or light box therapy.
Red light is used to treat the outermost layer of skin, with wavelengths range between 630-880nm, otherwise known as the epidermis, penetrating about 8-10 millimetres into the skin. It is thought that when this layer of skin absorbs infrared light, the fibroblast cells that are responsible for the production of collagen proteins are then stimulated. The increase in collagen production can make the skin look smoother, which can mitigate the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Blue light, on the other hand, targets the oil glands located in the deeper layers of skin. By reducing the amount of oil that these glands produce, the skin can become drier which in turn could lead to fewer acne breakouts.
Blue LED light therapy can target those oil glands and make them less active. Blue light also kills the bacteria causing acne under the skin, which can help in treating serious acne problems, including cysts and nodules.
Blue light is also frequently used in combination with red LED light which helps with acne, heals scars and supports anti-inflammatory effects. According to some studies, blue LED therapy can enhance the healing of third-degree burns.
Benefits of using red-light therapy:
It helps rejuvenate facial skin and texture, smooths skin tone brightening it up, improving complexion.
Red light promote blood circulation and builds collagen in the skin to reduce wrinkles and fine lines, for a tightened and smoother looking skin.
It makes pores look smaller and helps repair sun damage and age spots, helps fade scars and stretch marks, by activating cell renewal.
Red light activates the lymphatic system for potentially improved detoxification which also decreases inflammation in the skin.
Improves hair growth to and stimulates slow healing wounds, this being demonstrated in different studies conducted by scientists.
Red Light Therapy can be beneficial for skin to reduce eczema, rosacea, and acne.
A clinical trial in the journal Photomedicine and Laser Surgery https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3926176/   explored red light therapy for some basic skin issues in a small group of 136 people. The researchers found that red light therapy could rejuvenate the skin and improve the complexion for a younger looking skin.