Frequently Asked Red Light Therapy Questions
What Are The Benefits of Red Light Therapy?
- Reduction in the appearance of scars, wrinkles and blemishes
- Stimulation of collagen production for a youthful looking skin
- Increased energy levels
- Better sleep quality
- Reduced stress
- Increased circulation and red blood cell count
How Much Does Red Light Therapy Cost?
Red light therapy can cost between £23.00 and £32.00 per session. A red-light bulb lasts for about six months before needing to be replaced, so the total red light therapy cost is less than what you would pay for other skin treatments such as laser or chemical peels.
Is Red Light Therapy Safe For The Head?
Yes, red light therapy is safe for the head. Light therapy has been used safely on the head and face for over 40 years. There are no known side effects from red light therapy when used as directed. So, provided you use as directed, red light therapy is safe for the head.
Can Red Light Therapy Help You Sleep?
Yes, red light therapy can help you sleep. Red light therapy can improve your sleep quality by helping to regulate your body’s natural sleep-wake cycle. Exposure to red light in the evening can help you feel sleepy and promote a restful night’s sleep.
What serum works with red light therapy?
If you are using red light therapy to treat acne, a serum designed for red light therapy usage is recommended. This will help your skin absorb the red light waves more effectively and promote better results in reducing breakouts. If you have dry or sensitive skin, an anti-aging serum containing hyaluronic acid can also be used before red light therapy.
What is red light therapy used for?
Red light therapy can be used to treat a variety of skin conditions such as acne, psoriasis, wrinkles and scars. Red light therapy can also be used for general health and wellness by increasing energy levels, promoting better sleep and reducing stress levels. Bye Acne is a FDA cleared device that combines red and blue light therapy to target mild to moderate acne.
Can I Use Red Light Therapy If I Have A Sunburn?
It is not recommended to use red light therapy if you have a sunburn. The red or near-infrared light may aggravate the burn. Therefore it is recommended that if, sunburned, you should wait until the burn has healed before using red light therapy.