Is IRL good or bad for anti-aging?

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  • #800
    MarshaScott
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    Hey! I recently purchased a RLT panel..
    After a week or so of use (10mins per day, 3 days a week), I noticed a warm sensation on my face while using the device which I attribute to infrared light.

    I read pretty conflicting information online that collagen is either destroyed by the heat, or that infrared light is stimulating collagen.

    Which is which on this? I’m quite confused! Thank you!

    #801
    Marianne
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    Hello Marsha,

    if you are looking for a concrete study about the effect of IRL as an anti-aging here is the link for a good read : A Controlled Trial to Determine the Efficacy of Red and Near-Infrared Light Treatment in Patient Satisfaction, Reduction of Fine Lines, Wrinkles, Skin Roughness, and Intradermal Collagen Density Increase

    But if you are asking for personal experience, I would suggest you to browse each thread here especially those about anti-aging and skin care. A lot have given their testimonies about how IRL and RLT helped them with their acne and wrinkles.

    #818
    ReyLight
    Participant

    I’ve read that Red light therapy can help improve skin issues, wrinkles and scars. I’ve read everything here

    #838
    Marianne
    Participant

    @ReyLight that’s a good article. I will be reading that later on. I was able to pass through to it but later I will get back to it. Are you using the IRL for anti-aging too or just a curious cat like me too?

    #898
    Honey
    Participant

    @Marianne I am. But not that much I still enjoy the RLT more than the IRL since I do not enjoy the heat.

    #904
    Carol Smith
    Participant

    I started using this since my dad recommends it to me and he said that it’s actually good for anti aging and a lot of things.

    #939
    Jennylisa
    Participant

    Carol, welcome to the club then lol! It was already recommended to me by my mom who is using this to heal some of her inflammations.

    #1017
    nutrisha01
    Participant

    Oh really? I have some inflammations too so maybe I’ll give it a try.

    #1041
    catherine
    Participant

    If your symptoms don’t improve enough with light therapy, you may need additional treatment. Talk to your doctor/dermatologist about other treatment options, such as creams or serums.

    #1063
    paupauu001
    Participant

    I also suggest you to consult your doctor before trying this to a different way.

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