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Low-level light therapy (LLLT) also known as photobiomodulation (PBM), is the application of light and has been utilized and researched since the mid-1900s. Light in the Red and Near Infrared (NIR) spectrum have the ability to penetrate the skin and hard/soft tissues of the body. The cells then convert the light energy into cellular energy to promote natural healing and pain relief. Red and NIR are natural wavelengths of light that are "bioactive" in humans (they directly affect the function of the body on a cellular level), which has a huge impact on your health. Thousands of research studies have shown the incredible benefits of light therapy on the body and mind.

Through different lifestyle habits we are constantly introducing significant toxins into our bodies. Everyday stressors hinder our cells from functioning optimally and producing sufficient energy such as overexertion, mental stress, job stress, injuries, not enough sleep, too much artificial light, and ingesting toxins (such as BPA, chemicals in products, air/water pollution, pesticides, heavy metals in foods...)

When the body is exposed to Red and NIR light, This type of therapy has been used for decades to boost a variety of benefits to the body including skin health, brain function, tissue repair, regulate hormone levels, neurotransmitter balance, improve sleep, boost immune system function, relieve pain & inflammation, accelerate wound healing, and enhance athletic performance.


NASA originally started using and researching LED Light technology in the 1990's as a way to naturally activate plant growth in space. NASA's findings concluded that the wavelengths were beneficial toward plant growth and photosynthesis. Also coincidentally the astronaut scientists that were exposed to the Red 650 nano meter and the Near Infrared 850 nano meter wavelength experienced faster healing of their wounds.

This incredible finding prompted researchers to further study and demonstrate the clinical efficiency of LED Red light therapy in medical applications. Results show that LED's emitting at visible red and near-infrared wavelengths help naturally boost cellular metabolism as well as accelerated wound healing, neuropathy, anti-aging, joint health and more.

Over the last 3 decades, thousands of Red light studies show overwhelmingly positive effects on cellular function as well as improving a wide range of conditions. The red and infrared spectrum have been proven to activate dozens of changes in our biology.


Just as our body utilizes the food we eat for nutrients, light is also essential for cell nutrition and increased energy. One extensively researched mechanism of Red Light Therapy is its ability to activate the mitochondria  which is the energy powerhouse of our cells.

There are dozens of mechanisms occurring at the biochemical & cellular level when the body is exposed to the Red 650 nano meter and the Near Infrared 850 nano meter wavelength. These wavelengths of light allow for more oxygen to enter our cells which stimulate ATP (energy carrying molecule) production in the mitochondria, boosting the production of cellular energy. Just like your car runs on gasoline, your cells run on ATP.

Another key mechanism of Red/NIR light exposure is its ability to boost antioxidant production, which helps relieve oxidative stress in your cells. Red Light Therapy helps build up the cell's anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory defenses key in cell injury, muscle soreness, and inflammation.


Skin Health

Naturally boost collagen and stimulate elastin and growth factor production. Studies have shown Red and Near-Infrared can reverse signs of aging, pigmentation, reduce UV damage, increase circulation in tissues.., and help combat other skin conditions (acne, rosacea, psoriasis, eczema...)[1][2][18] 


Studies have shown red light to have highly effective anti-inflammatory effects on the body. Naturally suppress the production of inflammatory cytokines (signaling molecules secreted from immune cells that promote inflammation) from tissues, joints, tendons, and other specific areas of the body.[4][5][8][14]

Wound Healing

One of the first benefits to be discovered, Red and NIR light improve circulation and promote the formation of capillaries which help bring oxygen and nutrients to your cells. Studies show RLT speeds wound healing, increase bone formation, and can visibly reduce the amount of scarring. [3][5][16]

Training & Performance

Red light combined with training amplifies everything you do with exercise. Significantly increase performance, decrease lactic acid production, decrease DOMS, enhance muscle growth, boost muscle tissue repair, and improve biochemical marker related to skeletal muscle damage.[6][8][9][10][14]

Muscle Recovery

Instead of popping a painkiller, red light has been used to help relieve pain, inflammation, and decrease delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS). Studies show that Red and NIR can help boost return-to-sport for injured athletes and improve musculoskeletal and/or soft tissue injuries.[6][7][8][10][14]

Cellular Energy

Mitochondria, the powerhouses of our cells, generate cellular energy (ATP). Light therapy flushes nitric oxide in the cells (which can hinder ATP production) and increases the oxygen availability in the cell, essential in energy production. Thus, enhancing cellular response and respiration throughout the body.[3][18]

Weight Loss

Red light has a deep effect on reducing fat layers. Researchers believe light therapy effects adipocytes (fat storing cells), causing lipids to disperse. Studies show that light therapy can reduce fat mass and tissue while reducing cellulite when combined with exercise.[12][13][18]

Joint Health

Studies show that Red light can help decrease pain in the joints (especially when it relates to arthritis), decreasing pro-inflammatory cytokines, increasing circulation to targeted area, stimulate healing and repair to damaged tissue/joint.[3][7][10]

Sleep Quality

Research suggests that Red and NIR light effect melatonin (sleep promoting hormone). Red and NIR light have shown to improve sleep quality, boost melatonin levels, restore energy, and increase endurance performance of athletes.[14][18]

Thyroid Function

Red light has been shown to enhance the energy production of our bodies. Light therapy has been shown to enhance thyroid function, and reduce autoantibodies to thyroid peroxidase (TPOAb), which can damage thyroid function.[11][18]

Brain Health

The brain is greatly affected by light therapy. Mitochondria are rich in the brain and help stimulate brain cell connections. NIR has shown to improve blood flow, boost cognitive function, help with depression/anxiety, and enhance cognition with traumatic brain injuries (TBI).[17]

Blood Flow/Circulation

Steady blood flow delivers nutrients to the cells and prevents build up of metabolic waste. Red light therapy effects various physiological mechanisms like improved blood flow, increased cell metabolism, and stimulation of the immune system.[15][16]



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Scientific References & Medical Studies

[1]Wunsch, A., & Matuschka, K. (2014). A controlled trial to determine the efficacy of red and near-infrared light treatment in patient satisfaction, reduction of fine lines, wrinkles, skin roughness, and intradermal collagen density increase. Photomedicine and laser surgery, 32(2), 93–100. doi:10.1089/pho.2013.3616
[2]R. Migliardi, F. Tofani, L. Donati. (2009) Non-invasive Peri-orbital Rejuvenation: Radiofrequency Dual Radiowave Energy Source (RF) and Light Emission Diode System (LED). Orbit 28:4, pages 214-218.
[3]Avci, P., Gupta, A., Sadasivam, M., Vecchio, D., Pam, Z., Pam, N., & Hamblin, M. R. (2013). Low-level laser (light) therapy (LLLT) in skin: stimulating, healing, restoring. Seminars in cutaneous medicine and surgery, 32(1), 41–52.
[4]Hamblin M. R. (2017). Mechanisms and applications of the anti-inflammatory effects of photobiomodulation. AIMS biophysics, 4(3), 337–361. doi:10.3934/biophy.2017.3.337
[5]Glynis Ablon.Photomedicine and Laser Surgery.Feb 2010.
[6]Antonialli, F.C., De Marchi, T., Tomazoni, S.S. et al. Lasers Med Sci (2014) 29: 1967.
[7]Steve Tumilty, Joanne Munn, Suzanne McDonough, Deirdre A. Hurley, Jeffrey R Basford, and G. David Baxter.Photomedicine and Laser Surgery.Feb 2010.
[8]Antonialli FC, De Marchi T, Tomazoni SS, et al. Phototherapy in skeletal muscle performance and recovery after exercise: effect of combination of super-pulsed laser and light-emitting diodes. Lasers in Medical Science. 2014 Nov;29(6):1967-76.
[9]Foley, J., Vasily, D. B., Bradle, J., Rudio, C., & Calderhead, R. G. (2016). 830 nm light-emitting diode (led) phototherapy significantly reduced return-to-play in injured university athletes: a pilot study. Laser therapy, 25(1), 35–42. doi:10.5978/islsm.16-OR-03
[10]Stergioulas, A., Stergioula, M., Aarskog, R., Lopes-Martins, R. A. B., & Bjordal, J. M. (2008). Effects of Low-Level Laser Therapy and Eccentric Exercises in the Treatment of Recreational Athletes with Chronic Achilles Tendinopathy. The American Journal of Sports Medicine, 36(5), 881–887.
[11]Hofling DB, Chavantes MC, et al. Low-level laser in the treatment of patients with hypothyroidism induced by chronic autoimmune thyroiditis: a randomized, led clinical trial. Lasers in Surgery and Medicine. May 2013; 28(3): 743-53.
[12]Caruso-Davis MK, Guillot TS, Podichetty VK, Mashtalir N, Dhurandhar NV, Dubuisson O, Yu Y. Efficacy of low-level laser therapy for body contouring and spot fat reduction. Obes Surg. 2011. Jun;21(6):722-9.
[13]Jackson RF, Dedo DD, Roche GC, et al. Low-level laser therapy as a non-invasive approach for body contouring: a randomized, controlled study. Lasers in Surgery and Medicine. Dec 2009;41(10):99-809.
[14]Zhao, J., Tian, Y., Nie, J., Xu, J., & Liu, D. (2012). Red light and the sleep quality and endurance performance of Chinese female basketball players. Journal of athletic training, 47(6), 673–678. doi:10.4085/1062-6050-47.6.08
[15]Michael C.H. Mak and Gladys L.Y. Cheing.Photomedicine and Laser Surgery.Apr 2012.
[16]Frangez, I., Cankar, K., Ban Frangez, H. et al. Lasers Med Sci (2017) 32: 887.
[17]Henderson T. A. (2016). Multi-watt near-infrared light therapy as a neuroregenerative treatment for traumatic brain injury. Neural regeneration research, 11(4), 563–565. doi:10.4103/1673-5374.180737
[18]Whitten, A. (2018) The Ultimate Guide to Red Light Therapy. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform