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I have been doing some research on this Red Light Collagen therapy. I decided it was well worth a try. I went for the first of 30 sessions this morning. I am so excited to see how this works for me. It’s very affordable. Below is some of the research and information I have found.
It’s really soothing and tranquil.
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Light therapy has been aroung for a long time. It has been researched by NASA. Clinical trials followed in the USA and redlight therapy was found to help with acne, the healing of wounds and scarring. It can also help with fine lines and wrinkles, stretch marks, cellulite, pigmentation marks and other skin blemishes. (Websites with various trials and reports can be found on the links page). It also helps with skin rejuvination by stimulating the production of collagen in the skin. This, in turn, helps maintain and repair the vascular system, which in then aids the removal of toxins from the skin. The combination of these gives the skin a ‘youthful’ look. These units do not produce UV light and will not give you a tan.
Skin rejuvination is no longer a dream. A series of long-term studies in the past has shown that the collagen production can be stimulated with red light waves of 633 nanometers. The red light waves of lamps encourage the skin to produce collagen, elastin and certain enzymes that are responsible for the skin’s supportive structure.
Collagen, a human protein, is responsible for the tightness, tensile strength, elasticity, suppleness and moisture of the skin. As well as for the constant renovation of its cells. In the course of the ageing process, the human body loses the ability to rebuild collagen. Research proves that the skin ageing process occurs in the connective tissue, whose main ingredient is collagen. As a consequence of the
weakening bio-synthesis of collagen fibres in the under-layer of connective tissue, wrinkles appear.
The red light Collagen therapy with collagen lamps stops ageing and supports the skin to keep its firmness.