Four Successful Lichen Planopilaris Red Light Cases

Quick Dose Info

Wavelength (nm):
650/660
Joules (J):
Unknown

RESULTS

Goal

Researchers reviewed four cases using red light to treat licehn planopilaris (LPP).

Using 650 nm or 660 nm light scientists reversed inflammation, LPP symptoms, and regrew natural hair.

They wrote that the patients showed “a dramatic response to LLLT [red light therapy].”

Patients experienced no adverse side effects.

Wavelength (nm)
650/660
Joules (J)
Unknown
Body Target
head
Condition
Hair Growth
Treatment Time (seconds)
unknown
Irradiance/Power Density (mW/cm^2)
unknown
Pulsed/Continuous
Continuous
Schedule
unknown
Treatment Points
Unknown
EMF Type
Red 630-700 nm
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Some data in this summary is from the PBM Database

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