Most people visiting this site want light therapy for one thing: rosacea treatment. And for most people, this is their first knowledge of light therapy.
I want you to know that light therapy for rosacea treatment is the just the tip of the iceberg.
Red and amber light therapy are part of the emerging science of photobiomodulation. There are now thousands of studies supporting their effectiveness for a growing number of conditions, including:
Light therapy for acne treatment has recently hit the mainstream, and red light is half the power of this therapy. Red light helps to reduce redness and swelling of acne lesions. It helps active acne heal faster and with less scarring.
Do you have persistent adult acne or acne scars left over from your teenage years? Do you have acne prone teenagers at home? The same light you use for rosacea treatment can benefit them as well. Learn more about red light for acne treatment here.
Red light stimulates the production of collagen which, over time, reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Red and amber light also reduce most other visible signs of aging on the skin including red spots, brown spots and an uneven skin tone. Red light also brings moisture and nutrients to the skin and will make your skin healthier over time. Every rosacea treatment with a red or red/amber light therapy device is also an anti-aging treatment. Learn more.
Red light helps the skin heal 200% faster. It also reduces pain. So it is the perfect first-aid treatment for everyday cuts, burns, scrapes & bites. The same device you use for rosacea treatment should be part of your medicine cabinet as well.
As already stated, red light helps the skin and soft tissue heal 200% faster. This applies even to non-healing wounds, like diabetic ulcers. Learn more.
Hair Loss Prevention & Hair regrowth
Red light helps regrow hair in the case of male and female pattern baldness, alopecia, and hair loss as the result of cancer treatment. (Red light will not make hair grow where it does not belong.) Learn more.
Red light therapy is also used for:
To find other articles and supporting research for red light therapy and the above conditions, Google the condition with the keywords “red light therapy”, “LLLT” or “Photobiomodulation.”
I hope this brief overview helps you and your family get the most from your investment in light therapy for rosacea treatment.
As always, if you have questions, please contact me, I’ll be glad to help.