A simple one-and-done treatment device to tackle numerous age-related issues sounds appealing, when compared to all the aesthetic and clinical treatments you typically need to fight the effects of aging. At Harmony Aesthetics Center in Los Angeles, Melanie Abeyta, RN, Holly Houk, RN, and the expert team can improve the health of your skin, muscles, and joints thrive with red light therapy. During treatment, you lay down in a full bed that showers you in therapeutic, painless red light. To learn more about red light therapy beds, call Harmony Aesthetics Center or book a consultation online today.
Light-based therapies are highly popular right now, especially for skin health, anti-aging, and wellness. Different wavelengths work in different ways to revitalize or repair your skin, and red light therapy is an enticing option to help your body thrive.
During red light therapy at Harmony Aesthetics Center, you lay in a bed that looks like a tanning bed as low-level red light waves penetrate your skin without harming its surface. They help heal and improve cosmetic skin concerns like wrinkles, fine lines, stretch marks, and some scars.
The red light therapy bed at Harmony Aesthetics Center has multiple wavelength settings to achieve varied skin improvement goals. Specifically, the light energy reaches the mitochondria in your cells to help them function and repair themselves more efficiently. Unlike other light treatments, red light therapy doesn't stimulate this process by way of an injury. Instead, it goes straight to the source.
Available spectrums for red light therapy include:
Low-level, 650 nm red light therapy helps control acne, wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, and other surface-level skin conditions.
These higher wavelength treatments penetrate much deeper into your skin for therapeutic body benefits. In addition to helping reduce wrinkles and other skin concerns, 850 nm light helps with muscle recovery and reduces inflammation in your tissues and joints.
One of the most appealing features of red light therapy is its painlessness. You may lay comfortably as the light does the work, but you'll need to wear protective eyewear to make sure the light doesn't damage your eyes. In large doses, red light therapy can damage your skin, but a Harmony Aesthetics Center provider supervises your treatment to make sure this doesn't happen.
Red light devices are available for your home, but it's always safer to undergo these treatments with expert help and supervision. Plus, the bed provides full-body benefits that you won't get from a small handheld home device.
To explore red light therapy as a treatment option for your skin or muscles, call Harmony Aesthetics Center or book an appointment online today.