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Oh yeah, that is true @marklesterer01. Green light also can be use to treat redness of skin and relaxation.
Yes, sooner or later you’ll get the best benefits that you’re waiting for.
Yes, One study found that just four minutes of exposure to 635nm red light caused 80% of lipids to be released from fat cells, and by six minutes, almost all of the fat had been released. Scientists theorize that red light causes temporary pores to form in fat cells, which is what allows lipids to leak out.
@marklesterer01 – this is a good guidelines for people that are still confused on what type of light they should use.
@paulineee003 – I also agree with this. I’m using my green light before I go outside to make my body more awake and energize.November 14, 2020 at 2:24 am in reply to: Do you have a time of the day when you use your infared light? #1589
@miagreen – Yes that’s true, you can also use the green light to boost your energy every morning or in other words it can help you to stay awake.November 14, 2020 at 2:18 am in reply to: I am setting up a sauna for my family, I've got a couple of questions, please.. #1588
You may also want to try the green light therapy. It helps to lighten hyper-pigmentation spots revealing a brighter complexion. The calming effect also has anti-inflammatory properties that soothe the surface of the skin.
Well as for me, I’ve been using red light for a very long time now and I really love the result. Just to share, blue is more into skin treatments.
@mommyheart – As for me, I just decided to have bought one and at first I just want to try this but, I really love the results and until now I’m using this therapy.
Hi, I just want to share red is more into anti againg and blue is skin treatments.November 2, 2020 at 7:28 pm in reply to: Is infrared light therapy only good for my body? or can I use for my pet? #1217