For more than 40 years, photon (light) therapy has been independently studied worldwide. Photon therapy uses visible and infrared light to affect positive therapeutic benefits to living tissues and organisms on a cellular level. It is a simple, effective, non-pharmacological medical alternative to prescription medicine or invasive surgery. This type of therapy has been known to promote different levels of tissue healing and regeneration.

Is photon light therapy safe for skin and eyes?

Conclusive research has been conducted on the safety of using light therapy to promote cellular healing. Because this type of therapy uses LED, it is the only aesthetic device that has no contra-indications of any kind. And light therapy is good for all skin types. On the same note, photon light therapy is safe for the eyes and you cannot overdose on it.

Is photon light therapy a long-term solution?

Many patients—who experience pain and inflammation as a result of disease-based conditions, physical trauma, work-related stresses, training, or other high-performance activities—have been recommended the use of light energy therapy by medical practitioners. In fact, clinical tests have been conducted by NASA, Stanford University, and the Mayo Clinic, and prove that light energy, or photon light therapy, is able to help relieve pain and inflammation.

How does photon light therapy work?

Light therapy stimulates the natural healing power of the cells in your body. It’s a simple, effective, non-pharmacological medical alternative to prescription medicine or invasive surgery. In many cases, the management of acute or chronic injuries and post-operative wounds now includes the use of photon therapy because it is quick, cost-effective, and easy to administer. Photon light therapy is widely used in human medicine in many cosmetic applications.

Can photon light therapy be used for other ailments?

Believe it or not, light therapy has been used to treat afflictions non-physical. According to Mayo Clinic, light therapy “is a way to treat seasonal affective disorder (SAD) and certain other conditions by exposure to artificial light. SAD is a type of depression that occurs at a certain time each year, usually in the fall or winter.”

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