Best Every-Day Uses of Red Light Therapy 2021

To this day I’m still amazed by the incredible (and proven!) benefits and uses of red light therapy

A 100% natural, painless technology you can use at home whenever you need it.

When I purchased my first red light therapy home device, it was only to fight new wrinkles, lines, and skin sagging that was bothering me.

But since then, I’ve discovered so many more jaw-dropping uses for red light therapy that I only wish I knew about years before.

Every Day Uses of Red Light Therapy

What Is the Red Light Therapy?

Red light rays are part of the sun’s light spectrum. Red light rays are visible, while infrared rays are invisible and felt as heat.

Red light therapy uses wavelengths of light between 620 nm and 800 nm.

Regardless of claims of only “specific wavelengths” being effective. The whole range of visible red light wavelengths is effective and beneficial. Many devices today are including two or three of them instead of one.

Red light therapy is a natural, alternative therapy with a long list of benefits and uses and no known adverse side effects were in the last 14 years.

Below you’ll discover how you can use a simple red light therapy home device. And how to make you look younger, heal your skin, relieve your pain and even detox your entire body.

The Proven Benefits of Red & Infrared Light

Proven Benefits of Red & Infrared Light

Since NASA’s “accidental” discovery about the wound-healing abilities of red light therapy. Many studies emerged, proving the awesome benefits of red light therapy, including:

  1. Faster and Better Collagen Production

Red light rays proved to boost collagen production – Responsible for the elasticity, firmness, and fullness of your skin.

More than a few studies have proven that red light therapy reduces wrinkles and fine lines, evens and tones your skin and makes it firmer.

  1. Increased Blood Circulation and the formation of new capillaries

This has a powerful effect on both skin problems and pain relief!

It can bring an immediate healthy glow to the skin and the circulation boosts the healing of muscle and nerve pain.

  1. Increases lymph activity

Boosting lymph activity can reduce swelling and puffiness.

  1. Promotes the release of ATP

This provides energy to the cells to make the most of the added blood flow with oxygen and nutrients. This allows for better detoxification and cell repair.

Some Incredible Uses for Red Light Therapy at Home

Incredible Uses for Red Light Therapy at Home

Here are the many versatile uses for your home red light therapy device (or infrared heat pad):

Red Light Therapy for the Skin

  1. Acne and Acne Scars

Red light therapy proves to reduce facial redness, caused by acne blemishes and Rosacea.

One of the best benefits of red light therapy is wound healing and reducing inflammation. Which makes it an effective natural method to reduce acne scars

(For this purpose, a high-quality handheld device will be enough.)

  1. Anti-Aging and Wrinkle Reduction

If you feel that the crow feet near your eyes and the fine lines on your forehead don’t seem to vanish even after prolonged use of the newest anti-aging cream. You should consider showing your wrinkles the red light, literally!

Red light skin therapy proves to reduce wrinkles and fine lines by promoting collagen and fibroblasts production.

The result is clearer, brighter, and firmer skin, while in the long-term the skin is able to revitalize its texture, tone, and natural glow.

For wrinkles and anti-aging, I would recommend the Popular DPL Light Therapy Device.

  1. Eczema & Psoriasis

The anti-inflammation properties of low-level laser therapy make it beneficial for reducing the appearance of Eczema and Psoriasis.

  1. Athlete’s Foot
  2. Stretch Marks

Though red light rays can’t drop stretch marks completely. They are capable of eliminating the skin redness around them when they first appear.

  1. Sun Damage and Hyperpigmentation

Red light therapy can even your skin and repair sun damage and hyperpigmentation.

  1. Herpes & Cold sores

Infra-red light therapy –  three minutes, twice a day for three days, has proved to drop a cold sore.

The wavelength improves the cells’ ability to withstand the virus and prevents damage to the DNA of the affected cells.

  1. Wound Healing

Many studies have shown that Red light rays can heal a wound 200% faster. This is especially important for diabetics. Red light therapy can close even a chronic wound.

Depending on a few factors, it can take about 4-8 weeks of consistent treatment to close a non-healing wound, without any side effects.

But think of the small cuts, scrapes, bruises, insect bites, or burns you might encounter on any given summer day. The faster you can close an open wound the less chance you have of a potential infection.

Some more uses for red light skin therapy

  • Bedsores
  • Dermal Ulcers
  • Oral Lesions
  • Surgical Wounds
  • Burns
  • Pressure ulcers
  • Oral Mucositis

Red Light Therapy for Pain

Red Light Therapy for Pain

The proven ability of infrared light therapy to relieve pain (no matter the cause!) is stunning.

Having your own infrared light therapy device at home can replace your use for pain killers – No matter if it’s muscle pain, nerve pain, or joint pain.

Infrared light proves to reduce inflammation, and block pain caused by nerve problems.

Low-level laser therapy causes the smaller arteries and lymph vessels in your body to increase in size (vasodilation). This allows for natural clearing of inflammation, swelling, and edema to be cleared away from the injury site.

  • The benefits seem to be cumulative

It may take several treatments (treatment is about 30 minutes, no recovery time) with the best-infrared home device for the results to become evident.

Notice that if you need red light therapy for pain. I would suggest getting an infrared heating pad. Instead of a handheld device, which won’t cover a big area like your back or legs.

See how jaw-dropping uses you can have for your own affordable and cost-effective infrared light therapy device

  1. Joint Pain and Arthritis
  2. Back pain, including lower back pain and shoulder pain
  3. Sciatica
  4. Herniated and bulging discs
  5. Knee pain
  6. Post-surgical procedures
  7. Foot pain (Plantar Fascistis)
  8. Tendonitis
  9. Neck Pain
  10. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  11. Fibromyalgia
  12. Spears, tears, and bone breaks

Final Verdict

To this day I’m still amazed by the versatile and endless uses of a simple red light therapy home device. I’ve realized that I use my red light handheld device and infrared heating pad every single day.

Can you name one health tool that has these qualities?

Most, it’s cost-effective, can administer at home. And can save you thousands of dollars on your medical and beauty expenses.

Have you ever tried using red light therapy? What have you used it for and what were your results?


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