Does it work ?

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  • #385
    Anonymous
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    I just want to know if red light really works or not. I don’t want to spend a bunch of money on it if it’s not going to work. It sounds too good to be true.

    Has anyone here used it for wrinkles? The 11’s between my eyebrows are bad.

    #388
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    I have been using RubyLux Near Infrared bulb for some time now on my face and on legs for cellulite. I have started to see a difference after 2-3 weeks. I have fine lines around my lips, from smiling too much, lol. They are definitely less visible. Also my legs look smoother. I have been using it for 3 months a few times a week. It is much cheaper than a sallon solution and I can do it when kids are napping, which is awesome.

    #419
    grace peach
    Participant

    I have used red light and I can say confidently that it works.

    Don’t expect a pixel dust performance though. It takes time due to many factors and skin types, but it does work.

    #444
    tammy
    Participant

    Personally, I think a red light therapy is a step in the right direction.
    It does work.

    #497
    Anna K
    Participant

    I hope this thread is still active. I really hope I can share my journey when it comes to using red light therapy. I had terrible acne back then and I want my acne scars to be gone. It’s embarrasing.

    #592
    NIKKIGAL
    Participant

    Hi Anna K,

    I have acne scars too but not on my back though, I had a lot on my face. And I can say that red light therapy really helps. Just make sure when you are going to use red light you will remove your make up and moisturizers. I hope this helps.

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