Red light therapy is exposure to low-level red and near-infrared light that penetrates the skin and is absorbed by the mitochondria — the quintessential powerhouse of our cells.

These light wavelengths stimulate the mitochondria within these cells to produce more energy, which helps them to operate more efficiently and provides a range of health benefits.

How Does Red Light Therapy Work?

Red light therapy converts light energy into electrochemical energy, increasing adenosine triphosphate (ATP) in the cells. This energy boost enhances cellular activity, leading to accelerated tissue repair and regeneration.

Red light, delivered at 660 nm, is readily absorbed by surface tissues and cells, leading to enhanced skin health and healing.

Invisible to the human eye, near-infrared light (NIR) is delivered at 850 nm and penetrates into deeper tissues, leading to enhanced recovery and inflammation support.