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Light Therapy

Illuminate your path to wellness with red light therapy at INSIGHT. Harnessing the power of various specific light wavelengths, this is a non-invasive and effective treatment option for pain management and skin rejuvenation. It utilizes specific wavelengths of light to target and stimulate cells in the body, promoting healing and reducing inflammation. Light therapy can be used to alleviate various types of pain, including muscle and joint pain, arthritis, and back pain by stimulating  the production of endorphins, natural pain-relieving chemicals in the body. 

Light therapy is also known for its ability to improve the appearance of the skin by stimulating collagen production and reducing the signs of aging such as wrinkles and fine lines. It can reduce inflammation and improve circulation, resulting in a range of benefits including accelerated wound healing, pain relief, and enhanced skin health. Step into the light at INSIGHT and experience the rejuvenating effects of light therapy.


Light Wavelengths

Different wavelengths of light have been shown to have varying effects on different skin conditions. Here's a breakdown of some common wavelengths and their benefits for specific skin concerns:

Red Light (620-700nm)

  • Benefits: Known for its anti-aging properties, red light stimulates collagen and elastin production, helping to reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and sagging skin. It also improves blood circulation, promoting overall skin health and radiance.


Yellow Light (570-590nm)

  • Benefits: Yellow light is known for its soothing and calming properties. It can help reduce redness, inflammation, and swelling, making it suitable for individuals with sensitive or irritated skin. Yellow light also promotes lymphatic drainage, aiding in detoxification.

Green Light (520-530nm)

  • Benefits: Green light helps to balance melanin production, making it useful for treating hyperpigmentation and uneven skin tone. It can also improve overall skin complexion and reduce the appearance of redness or inflammation.

Blue Light (405-420nm)

  • Benefits: Blue light has antimicrobial properties and is often used to target acne-causing bacteria. It helps to reduce inflammation and redness associated with acne, making it a valuable tool in managing breakouts and promoting clearer skin.


Near-Infrared Light (700-1000nm)

  • Benefits: Near-infrared light penetrates deeper into the skin and has a rejuvenating effect on cells. It promotes wound healing, reduces inflammation, and enhances circulation. This wavelength is often used for reducing scars, improving skin texture, and alleviating joint pain.

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