Green Light Therapy wound healing dose

Mouth Ulcer (Wound) Treatment Green Light Dose

Heal canker sores 3x faster with green light. Learn More
Green Light Therapy wound healing dose

Dental Wound Healing Green Light Dose

Use green 532 nm diodes without massage or mechanical manipulation to improve the appearance of cellulite in thighs and buttocks. Researchers treated 34 women with low-energy green light. Subjects receives three treatments a week for 2 weeks (6). Researchers treated subjects' hips, thighs, a waist. Treatments lasted 30 min. Subjects had significant: decrease in circumference of treated areas decrease in baseline body weight reduction in BMI reduction in cellulite Learn More
Green light therapy fat loss dose

Cellulite Reduction Green Light Dose

Use green 532 nm diodes without massage or mechanical manipulation to improve the appearance of cellulite in thighs and buttocks. Researchers treated 34 women with low-energy green light. Subjects receives three treatments a week for 2 weeks (6). Researchers treated subjects' hips, thighs, a waist. Treatments lasted 30 min. Subjects had significant: decrease in circumference of treated areas decrease in baseline body weight reduction in BMI reduction in cellulite Learn More
Green light therapy fat loss dose

Circumference Reduction in Hips, Thigh and Abdomen Green Light Dose

Use green light therapy to reduce hip, thigh and abdomen circumference. Subject lost an average of 15.21 cm circumference after 12 sessions of low dose green light. Learn More
red light therapy for hair growth dose

Infrared Plus Minoxidil Superior to Minoxidil Alone at Growing Hair

Researchers tested 785 nm (infrared) light on balding patients aged 17 to 45 years old. The treated group received 5% minoxidil solution and infrared light therapy two times per day. The control group received 5% minoxidil and a sham LED treatment device. Researchers tested hair patient satisfaction,  hair density and hair growth. At 12 months, the patients getting both minoxidil and LED ligh therapy were singificantly happier with their hair growth than the sham group. Learn More