Benefits include reducing fine lines and wrinkles, improving moisture and reducing imperfections
Red light therapy is a healing strategy that makes use of red tinted light in order to stimulate the body’s natural defense systems and bring relief from various ailments. It’s popularity has boomed with Planet Beach’s Contempo Spa visitors because it produces fast results for people with a variety of skin issues.
Planet Beach’s Lumiere facial has been popular since its introduction and now we are adding full-body red-light beds. In some cases, it is even possible to convert UV-therapy beds to red light therapy.
Red light therapy uses heat and concentrated light to stimulate circulation, boost collagen production and enhance skin’s natural ability to heal. For Contempo Spa members, it can produce dramatic results in just a few visits. The Lumiere facial and full body red light beds have become the most sought-after services at Planet Beach Contempo Spas as a result.
It is non-invasive treatment and does not contain ultraviolet rays. Waves from the infrared spectrum to penetrate skin tissue to a depth of up to 10 millimeters. This extra energy helps skin cells increase production of new collagen and enhance turnover of collagen and elastin fibers – key components for skin renewal.
Red light acne therapy helps teens with skin problems, by helping to clear out clogged pores. Facial red light therapy helps with nervous tics. In the same way natural sunlight helps with mild depression, red light sessions can improve moods and diminish depression in the winter months. If that were not enough, there are even claims that the stimulation of ATP in the body can help with various forms of sexual dysfunction in both men and women.
Adding the full-body option the range of health and wellness services already available cements Planet Beach Contempo Spas as an industry leader and innovator. The benefits of the red light therapy bulbs include reducing fine lines and wrinkles, improving moisture and reducing imperfections.
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