Red and near-infrared light therapies are among the safest and most effective anti-aging skincare treatments in the world today – and they are increasingly being used by dermatologists and skincare professionals alike to rejuvenate skin and treat many skin conditions including wrinkles, acne, psoriasis, scars and to heal injuries.

The scientific and clinical research from many prestigious universities like Harvard continue validating these red light therapy benefits as more and more studies churn out reports of reduced acne and eczema, improved healing of wounds, reduced swelling and inflammation, improved skin elasticity, increased collagen formation and an overall anti-aging effect on human skin cells.[1]

In this article you’re going to learn how red light therapy works to benefit the skin and how you can begin using it today to help energize and rejuvenate your skin for a younger, healthier, more youthful appearance. . . . (read the article)