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  • #583
    Marianne
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    I just got my red light a few days ago and I’ve been using it since. I have read a lot about how it is beneficial for other and I am hoping that it will be a great experience for me too.

    Can you tell me some other tips for my journey to be more effective? I am basically using this for my acne/face scars and I also read that it can help with hair loss too! I have alopecia, so that means a lot!

    I hope you can give me tips and suggestions on how to use it to get great results.

    #607
    yayanyayan
    Participant

    Hi Marianne,

    I just started using red light theraphy for a month and a couple of weeks in. And I cannot say that I am an expert already. I am just finding out the beautiful effect it has on my hair and skin. I hope it will be beneficial for you too. I would recommend you to exfoliate after every use for optimal results if you are using it as a skin care regime just like me.

    #608
    mariedith
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    Marianne, welcome to the red light therapy community. If you don’t mind me asking. What product are you started using? I am an old lady, but not to old to be called a granny. Me and my husband are sharing this therapy and planning to buy a second one… I just want you to know that it is great that you started taking care of yourself young (if you are, no offense.). It is good for skin’s elasticity and it gives glow to both me and my husband’s mood. Tell us about your journey…

    #633
    Marianne
    Participant

    mariedith, I am using RubyLux’s NIR light. You can check out their products here RubyLux NIR-A Near Infrared Bulb – Grade A

    I am using it as a replacement bulb in my bedtime lamp. I am planning to buy the lamps as well but I am still new and want to know if buying the lamp would be a good idea or using the regular lamp will do.

    #857
    MamaGee
    Participant

    I also have the same question if it’s really necessary to use a regular bulb or infrared bulb?

    #891
    masterpopo
    Participant

    @MamaGee by regular bulb, you mean LED red light?

    #934
    paulineee003
    Participant

    Just to add up, Red light therapy is a treatment that may help skin, muscle tissue, and other parts of your body heal. It exposes you to low levels of red or near-infrared light.

    #958
    DemonSlayer
    Participant

    I am new too. I am mostly using it for muscle pain. I will try to use it for skin pigmentation because I am sensitive to some creams in the market.

    #1022
    trishnutri
    Participant

    @DemonSlayer – you’ll be surprise after using it to your skin. You’ll gonna love it.

    #1152
    SuzyLou
    Participant

    I hope the experience is good for you @Marianne. Can you tell us what you think about it?

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