Healthy skin

Four Infrared Light Doses for Better Skin

Strong dose near infrared (NIR) damages skin. NIR spread over time reduces wrinkles, produces collagen, and has no side effects ...
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Science study Red light therapy skin dose

Increase Collagen Red Light Dose

Use of 660 nm pulsed light to prevent collagen downregulation and MMP-1 upregulation, decreasing wrinkles, and increasing collagen ...
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Science study Red light therapy skin dose

Beauty Angel Orange, Yellow, and Red Light Dose

Orange, yellow and red simultaneously achieved wrinkle reduction and collagen production whether emitted from an "energizing light technology" or a ...
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Red Light Therapy circulation dose

Increase Lymphatic Activity Blue, Red, and Infrared Light Dose

Edge Systems (Signal Hill, CA), Delphia del Sol, 420 nm, 600–700 nm, 700–1000 nm, 7.4 J per treatment area, increased ...
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Science study Red light therapy skin dose

Thyroid Safety Using LED Therapy on Neck

Red and infrared neck wrinkle LED therapy did not have thyroid side effects in women with no previous thyroid disease ...
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Science study Red light therapy skin dose

White (411-777) and Red (660 nm) Reduction of Wrinkles Over 12 Weeks

Researchers treated subjects with LED therapy the specific wavelength 660 nm (red for group 1) and a range of wavelengths ...
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Science study Red light therapy skin dose

Decrease Wrinkles, Increase Collagen 830 nm and 633 nm Comparison

76 patients received split face LED treatment with 830 nm, 633 nm, or a combination of 830 nm and 633 ...
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