Updated January, 2020
Before considering laser treatments, you have got to try the RejuvaliteMD red light therapy. The procedure and results is comparable to laser treatments without harming the skin. Red light therapy can help power up your cells to start healing from the inside out!
If you are looking forward to a youthful, beautiful skin, you'd better incorporate red light therapy to your skincare regimen. Commitment and frequent use is the key to unearthing your best skin!
if you haven't tried it yet, here are a number of reasons why you need to try red light therapy!
It is super relaxing as you can to do it at the comfort of your home
It increases collagen production for a toned, firm, and more youthful skin
It helps reduce fine lines
It helps reduce wrinkles
It heals the skin from within and works to reduce scarring from injuries, wounds, acne and blemishes
It regenerates cells that produce rejuvenated skin
It helps with stretch marks
It reverses sun damage and lightens hyperpigmentation
It heals inflamed skin and helps wound heal faster
It gives you a lit from within glow
RejuvaliteMD has been in the market for a while. It used to be called RedMD but it has been redesigned. to make it more user-friendly.
The lamp base is sturdier and less likely to fall over. The jointed arm is gone and is replaced with a flexible extended arm that can now be bent into many more positions. Positioning the LED panel 4-6 inches from the skin will be easier.
In as little as 5 minutes a day a few times per week, RejuvaliteMD gives your skin a lit-from-within glow. We recommend using red light therapy daily for the first 60 days to a few times per week to keep getting positive results.
Without any painful needles and expensive spa appointments, red light therapy can give you a younger and vibrant skin overtime.
Thanks to NASA's efforts, red light therapy is widely used to treat a number of health issues including aging skin concerns, pain relief, rosacea, and even wound healing.
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Light therapy is a groundbreaking technology used by dermatologists to support the skin’s natural healing processes.