Red Light Therapy FAQ

For optimal cellular health, including deep tissue treatment, we recommend 10-minute sessions. You can go as long as 15 minutes.
Eye protection isn’t necessary, but we don’t recommend looking directly at the LEDs for a long period of time due to the brightness. Some customers are more comfortable closing their eyes during the treatment session, or wearing sun glasses or other eye protection.
The LED Red Lights are set at 630 nm, this is the recommended wavelength that is readily absorbed by skin tissue, and penetrates deeper into tissue. Leading to improved skin health and collagen production, while also being proven to enhance cellular function and reduced joint pain.
You can wear clothes during your treatment sessions, or you can just keep underwear on. Just make sure the area of your body you are trying to treat is fully exposed to the light and not covered. If you are using the therapy for it’s mood or memory or neurogenesis attributes, we do recommend having as much of your skin & head exposed as possible.
Hundreds of clinical studies have proven red light therapy to be safe and effective. However, if you use medications such as Tetrocycline, Digoxin, Retina, generics of those drugs, and/or other photosensitizing drugs, it’s recommended that you consult your healthcare provider before using red light therapy.
Clinical studies have shown red light therapy to be safe for all ages.
It’s common to experience slight warmth, relaxation of muscles, reduced stiffness, and noticeable pain relief after a few red light therapy sessions. Consistent usage over time commonly results in improved muscle recovery and reduced pain and inflammation. Clinical studies have also shown red light therapy to be beneficial for overall skin health, and even the reduction of wrinkles with consistent usage.