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  • #712
    RoseBud
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    Hi, I am noticing that on my bulbs, some light is emitting more light than others. Do you think that is normal?

    #727
    Loveyou3000
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    I guess they are quite normal for LED lights such as what we are using in our therapy. Generally because of the wavelength of each led.

    #728
    yayanyayan
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    I agree with Loveyou3000, sometimes our eyes are very sensitive that it confuses our brain that we can’t see increases in light brightness until the brightness increases by an order of magnitude.

    #858
    MamaGee
    Participant

    I went to the other thread and still finding an answer about using a regular bulb or infrared bulb. Anyone have any idea about this?

    #890
    masterpopo
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    @MamaGee I guess it depends on what results are you up to? You see LED red light and infrared light have a very little difference but are very effective if you use them properly and for the right manner.

    #926
    ladycaroool01
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    I also posted on the other thread related to red light bulb. I’ve been using the red light and I’m seeing some people are also using blue light for therapy. I’ll try to use this blue and let you guys know the result.

    #931
    paulineee003
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    I can say Rubylux light works for me the best.

    #959
    DemonSlayer
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    Infrared Light produces heat and is invisible to the naked eyes. while red light is visible and penetrates deeper into the skin tissues. @MamaGee

    #1013
    nutrisha01
    Participant

    Thank you for informations!

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