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    Using red light therapy has been one of the best choices I have made for my health!. After using it constantly, I was wondering if my timing and frequency was too much. How often can I repeat red light therapy?.



    grace peach

    Hello Cynthia,

    Depending on your skin type and the goals you are trying to achieve, it is generally advised to limit your therapy to 3-5 per week for a a range of 10 to 15 minutes each. You need understand that you may not get immediate improvements on your first few, but keep at it!. You will gradually see results and be able to adjust the amount of therapies you need.

    Red light therapy is very safe, using rubylux has been great for me so far. Go get your skin some princess sparkles…

    I hope this helps?.



    This info helps!.

    I just ordered my first near-infrared kit from rubylux. Can’t wait to try them out.



    Oh thank God..
    I was afraid I was having too much sessions, now i am relieved.
    The therapy is working, I can see great improvements already, just needed a second opinion on the dosage matter.

    Thank you so much grace.


    PS: Steph, you will have a nice experience with rubylux, just make sure you follow instructions and do have a blast. lol.


    grace peach

    I bet you will enjoy it.

    Oh, I find it very comforting having to wash my skin with water or taking a cold bath before undergoing a red or NIR light therapy.

    It is advised to use it without any cream or paste. Use it on the bare.



    I do it 5 days per week.
    Sometimes, more than once a day.



    Hey Grace and tammy… I have seen lots of improvements within the last 3 weeks.

    It’s mind-blowing!. Patience is key and the improvement is gradual.

    Thanks, ladies.

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