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if you want to know how and what you can do to heal your photodamage, here’s a great read.
Red light therapy helps promote healing and may work to decrease the visibility of scarring. It also has anti-inflammatory capabilities. Red light therapy works deep below the surface of your skin to help soothe and repair tissue. But I want to tell you know, if scar is big and deep it might take some time.
I think and as far as i know, for fat loss it will be more effective if it is done in a clinic for they have much dedicated device for that. However, if that is not your main goal I think that will be one of the perks of using RLT
here’s an example of SAD light lamp. It is available at rubylux
Hyperpigmentation is caused by an increase in melanin. Melanin is the natural pigment that gives our skin, hair and eyes their color. A number of factors can trigger an increase in melanin production, but the main ones are sun exposure, hormonal influences, age and skin injuries or inflammation. So very rarely you will get that if you will know your daily dose when being exposed to RLT
Insects generally see 3 colors of light, Ultraviolet (UV), blue and green. Bright white or bluish lights (mercury vapor, white incandescent and white florescent) are the most attractive to insects. Yellowish, pinkish, or orange (sodium vapor, halogen, dichroic yellow) are the least attractive to most insects.
@HilaryFairy no problem at all. Yep, you can try it and tell us what you think about it.
I’ve high hope for the project I am planning and reading this makes me all excited like a kid for a candy.October 28, 2020 at 5:29 pm in reply to: I am setting up a sauna for my family, I've got a couple of questions, please.. #1135
@memyselfandi as per researching they both are just as beneficial as the other. The only difference is when you use infrared light for a sauna, it will not heat the air around you. Instead, they use infrared lamps (that use electromagnetic radiation) to warm your body directly.
Yeah, I would barely remember how to pronounce that word so if they are the same I would gladly use RLT instead of Photobiomodulation. 😀
Oh so is it not or it is the same as red light therapy?
@HilaryFairy I guess it actually depends with how sensitive your eyes is with the lights. But if you want to be careful and do not want to risk some things, yeah I guess it is best to wear protective glasses or goggles.
A lot in store for me then, I wonder what else RLT can help treat/cure? I am already on count of all these relief and confused why RLT and NIR is not that popular and underrated by the public?
I have tried different brands and just to let you know, RubyLux is just doing as great as those brand that are waaaaay expensive.