I need your help, what light type should I use?

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    PinkComet
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    The wavelength infrared puts out is longer than the wavelength of red light, which allows infrared to penetrate more deeply into the body. Thus, the reason infrared provides some similar, but some completely different benefits than red light. Red light is visible and is most effective for use on the surface of the skin. Red light occupies the “long end” of the visible spectrum with wavelengths of 630nm-700nm. Infrared light is invisible and is effective for use on the surface of the skin as well as penetration of about 1.5 inches into the body. Infrared sits right next to red light on the electromagnetic spectrum at 800nm to 1millimeter.

    #901
    Carol Smith
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    My dad is using the RubyLux and he really loves the outcome.

    #946
    Ozuna
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    He is using it for what @carol, if you do not mind me asking?

    #1027
    regiregiregi03
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    Hi, people I just want to help you answer some of your questions. So, I went ahead and search for this article. hope this help

    #1032
    MissOi
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    Although you don’t need a prescription to buy a light therapy box, it’s best to ask your doctor or mental health provider if light therapy is a good option for you. Ask whether you need to take any special precautions. Also discuss which type of light therapy box would best meet your needs, so you get the most benefit and minimize possible side effects.

    #1098
    kimmy123
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    Will there be bad side effects if you simultaneously switch light type/colors each day?

    #1162
    PinkComet
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    @kimmy123 I do not think there will be any bad side effects. It’s just that it might confuse you if you do that. I think it’ll be better if you stick to one at first and when you think, see, feel that you achieve the result that you want then go ahead and try the other one. That is for me only, my opinion.

    #1174
    MissOi
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    I agree with @PinkComet, there won’t be any harmful side effects though you might not also get your desired result if you will do that routine.

    #1219
    lisamae123
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    Hi, I just want to share red is more into anti againg and blue is skin treatments.

    #1222
    kimmy123
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    Oh I see. Thank you all for the inputs. I guess I will stay with blue light for my face and red light for my body.

    #1296
    memyselfandi
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    ahhh thanks for answering the question @PinkComet

    #1297
    memyselfandi
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    I just want to let everyone know that Red light and near infrared light and far infrared light and blue light are all different. They all have different purpose as well.

    #1349
    MamaGee
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    Hi, as I’ve posted on the other thread I want to try this blue light for my skin treatment but I’m not sure what kind of blue bulb should I buy.

    #1390
    Justine Charles
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    @MamaGee – Speaking of blue light, I think you can try checking from the rubylux website. You’ll see everything you need there.

    #1391
    Justine Charles
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    @MamaGee – here is the link RubyLux blue light

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