Red and infrared lights are natural lights that are clinically proven to enhance cellular function. Red light penetrates the body of about 5-10 mm in depth, at 630-700 nm making it an ideal length penetrating skin cells and sebaceous glands, contributing to skin health, skin texture, and promoting collagen production.
Near Infrared light penetrates deeper into the tissue between 50-75mm with about 700-1100 wavelengths, delivering energy to the body's cells, increasing muscle recovery, reduce joint pain, amongst other anti-inflammatory benefits.
Yes, we ship international and to all countries worldwide. We include the appropriate cable and plug for the country that you order from.
All of our red light devices come with a 30-days money back guarantee. If for any reason you're not happy with your purchase please email us email@example.com for further return instructions.
Our Red.Dot Series use advanced shielded components, so they do not emit EMF.
All of Red.Dot panel series come with everything you need to fully experience maximum benefits of LED light therapy in the comfort of your home or office. For usage and set up please see our Red.Dot LED manual
No, red light therapy is not harmful to the eyes. However, we do include eye goggles as the LED's are very bright to look at, and may be uncomfortable for some people.
Yes, children can use it too. We recommend only a couple of minutes per day and monitor children to see how they feel.
Yes, many of our clients use the light on their pets. Red light therapy can provide preventative benefits and potent treatment for typical pet issues such as: joint pain, osteoarthritis, sore muscles, wound and cuts, infections, inflammation, ligament and tendon injuries, strains and sprains, pain, muscle regeneration.
Note: Smaller animals may need less exposure to light, while larger animals will benefit from higher exposure to light.
Yes. However, if you use medications such as Digoxin, Tetracycline, Retin A, or other photosensitising drugs, please consult with your physician.
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