@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.
@leydicarol001 – Blue therapy is using wavelength range to eliminate bacteria acnes on our skin and to control the condition before an outbreak occurs. Also, it can treat conditions like skin cancer, mood disorders and sleep disorders.
Patients sometimes also experience a flare of acne that is transitory in nature.
Photosensitivity reactions triggered by light involve redness, stinging and burning and they usually subside three weeks after the treatment. These are some risk light therapy might cause if you do not know your condition/s.
I added red lights in our house and I can say that I did a wonderful job. I just hope that the Home Sauna of rubylux was release earlier so that’s what I install in my bathroom. But anyways, it was a great experience. after showering, I open my NIR light in my bathroom while preparing and it was awesome. I recommend to you guys to install a NIR or RL inside your bathroom.
So far, I have not encountered any bad side effects on using RLT daily. it’s been a few months now. A lot have improve not just to my mood but also physically.I am still trying to search and search to see if some benefits will/can be applied to me. I hope it does to you all too.
Hi, So I did posted an inquiry a month ago about the possible cause of skin allergies of using red light, and found out from other thread that it won’t happen. You just need to use the blue light therapy to treat some skin problems.