Red light therapy is a safe, effective, and natural treatment option for hair loss that’s gaining popularity with professionals and the public. Backed by a strong base of peer-reviewed clinical research, red light treatments have increased hair count, hair density, and hair thickness for men and women alike.
Can LED lights regrow hair?
The red LED set at 660 nm stimulates hair growth via the classic pathway while the 620 nm LED stimulates release of nitric oxide. The device’s high output dual wavelength LEDs provide broad scalp coverage and better skin penetration than the earlier models of LLLT.
What kind of light stimulates hair growth?
According to the Swedish Laser Medical Society, 680 nm is the optimal wavelength of light for reaching and stimulating hair follicle cells. Since lasers deliver light at one specified wavelength, they can be targeted specifically for this wavelength.
Can you overdo light therapy?
Light therapy requires time and consistency. You can set your light box on a table or desk in your home or office. That way you can read, use a computer, write, watch TV, talk on the phone or eat while having light therapy. Stick to your therapy schedule and don’t overdo it.
Do you need goggles for red light therapy?
A: It is not required that you wear eye protection, nevertheless the lights are very bright and may be uncomfortable for some individuals with sensitivities to light. Q: Is Red Light Therapy similar to tanning? A: No not at all. You will not get a tan from Red Light Therapy, nor does it expose you to damaging UV rays.
How long can you use red light therapy?
In general, you can use red light for 10-20 minutes 3-5 times a week for 1-4 months, and continue with a maintenance program as recommended by your dermatologist.