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Red Light

Our patent-pending red light and near-infrared light spectrums are featured in the new RedLife lights. These spectrums combine eight distinct red and near-infrared light wavelengths: 630, 660, 810, and 850nm.

The NIR+ array of LEDs produces wavelengths of 810, and 850nm within the same panel.

An LED Output with

Skin Absorption Optimization

The combination of the R+ and NIR+ spectrum arrays in the RedLife range provides unparalleled therapeutic benefits not found in any other LED therapy light device. The end product is an enhanced LED therapeutic light that effectively permeates connective tissue, muscle, and skin, encouraging cellular regeneration and healing all the way through to the bone. Red and near-infrared spectral output with several wavelengths contributes to superior light penetration.

RLT Treatment and Research

The LED Outputs

Using Four Wavelengths to Combine the
Benefits of The Therapeutic Spectrum

Certain wavelengths of red and near-infrared light have special healing and regeneration properties for the body. The range of red light wavelengths is from 620 nm to 750 nm. The most beneficial red light wavelengths, as demonstrated by science, are 630 and 660 nm. The near-infrared spectrum ranges from 750 nanometers to 1,200 nanometers.

Scientific studies have shown that the near-infrared wavelengths of 810, 850, 940 and 1060 nm offer advantages for human health.

It is important to note that beyond these ranges, the penetration and absorption capacities of wavelengths rapidly diminish. Furthermore, specific red and near-infrared wavelengths have special healing and regeneration properties for the body and brain.

Lower spectrum near-infrared light can permeate the body and bones more effectively than higher wavelengths, as indicated by several published scientific research studies.

The two absorption zones, between 620 and 660 nm and 800 and 850 nm, are referred to as the “action zone.” The proper coverage of this zone in the correct ratio essentially boosts the performance of our LED therapy lights.
As you may already be aware, RedLife already incorporates both the 660nm and 850nm wavelengths in all of its products because they have been thoroughly demonstrated to offer deep tissue and expanding skin therapy.

However, there are other advantages for health and well-being associated with the 630 nm, 810 nm.

2016 saw additional research and reviews by Dr. Hamblin, one of the leading experts on red light therapy and near-infrared light therapy, proving the remarkable capacity of 810nm and 850nm near-infrared wavelengths to treat the brain, while the 630nm red wavelength expands the enormous cellular benefits in the upper skin area.

The Benefits of Blue and Red Light Therapy

The panels have the ability to provide simultaneous red and blue light therapy treatments, making it one of their strongest features.

When combined to cover a wider range of light wavelengths, blue and red light therapy is much more effective, especially for full-body skin treatments.

This is because when combined, they help in the treatment of the following:

Red Light Therapy

Solutions at Home

Our panels are the most effective and powerful near-infrared LED light treatment devices available on the market when these eight wavelengths are combined.

The energy output of RedLife Therapy Lights is more than twice that of top competitor models.

We are able to produce ultra-high-power LED panels because of our many years of design and development experience.

For long-term treatment, check out the RedLife device range. They are reasonably priced, user-friendly, and efficient.

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