Put on the Red Light


For better looking skin, red light therapy, developed by NASA, may be just what you need. Red light has anti-aging benefits and is shown to stimulate collagen and elastin. This is a safe and pain free technology that has both cosmetic and healing effects.  Aside from its many uses, having NASA as the brains behind this technology makes it all the more attractive.

First developed to grow plants in space, then later to treat wounds, LED light technology has helped numerous people to heal, repair, and renew cells. Red light therapy has an incredible number of benefits from reducing wrinkles, shrinking pores, and diminishing scars to relieving pain, accelerating healing, and aiding with injuries. This painless, non-invasive treatment is used  throughout the medical field for healing purposes and in salons to rejuvenate the skin.

Red Light Therapy is not dangerous because it produces a wavelength way outside of the UV range. The light waves stimulate your body to heal itself and this healing takes time. 1st rule of red light therapy is, you do not give up on red light therapy.  Commitment is key.  This is not a quick fix, rather a gradual repair of all the skin damage accumulated over time.  You may not experience the youthful benefits of red light therapy if you don’t stick with it.

Luckily, now you can do red light therapy in the comfort of your own home at a fraction of the cost. Treat fine lines, wrinkles, age spots, sun damage, scars, and skin laxity at home with Red MD by Trophy Skin . The RedMD can even be used “hands free” while laying down, sitting up, or any other position you find comfortable.  Back to the 1st rule of red light therapy, do not give up. Once you start, don’t stop. For best results use Red MD by Trophy Skin 20 minutes, once per day for the first 30 days. You will then learn and experience the power of the red light.

One Response to “Put on the Red Light”

  1. james

    Aging is a common problem that everyone face it at the time. But we could make it delay by using moisturizers and some therapies. Seems red light therapy is advanced one and really i wonder about this. thanks for sharing!

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