Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Red light (RED): Delivers at wavelengths of 660nm. Red light (RED) is visible to the naked eye and is easily absorbed by surface tissues and cells, leading to many benefits such as enhanced skin health and cellular regeneration.
Near-infrared Light (NIR): Delivered at wavelengths 850nm. Near infrared (NIR) light is invisible to the naked eye, and works by penetrating deeper into your body tissues, leading to many benefits such as enhanced cellular recovery and inflammation healing.
It’s absolutely fine to continue using your favorite skin care products after your red light treatments. Make sure your face is thoroughly cleansed of all products before you undergo your standard treatment, then you can follow up with your usual skin routine. The reason we suggest using red light as the first part of your skin care regime is because some products have shown to block the penetration of light.
Please be advised that other products such as vitamin A, Retin-A, benzoyl peroxide, or alcohol – can potentially cause skin irritation when used under light.