Red light therapy is considered safe and painless.
Although safer on the eyes than traditional lasers, proper eye protection should always be used while undergoing red light therapy.
Is red LED bad for eyes?
Spanish research has shown that blue LED light can irreparably damage the cells in the eye’s retina. This is not the first time energy-saving bulbs have been criticized – fluorescent bulbs emit dangerous UV light. Eco-friendly LED lights may damage your eyes, according to new research.
How often should you use red light therapy?
Everyone reacts differently, depending on their age and the condition of their skin. In general, best results are achieved over an 8 – 12 week period. It is recommended to start with a commitment of 15 minutes, which is the maximum time in our Red Light Therapy bed, at least 3-5 times per week for the first 1-4 weeks.
Is red light better for your eyes?
Light Color. The Rhodopsin contained within the rods in your eyes are less sensitive to the color red within longer wavelengths of light. You may have seen the Military using red light to read maps and preserve their night vision.
Can I use red light therapy daily?
It is non-invasive and is safe for daily use. Visible red light can boost the skin’s ability to heal itself by 200%. The skin absorbs the red light which can power up the skin cells to heal itself.