Women in their middle ages need all the hacks they can get. These light therapy hacks are affordable, relaxing, and reverse the signs of aging!
Women in their middle age need all the hacks they can get. These light therapy hacks are affordable, relaxing, and reverse the signs of aging!
Light therapy is a more recent innovative health tool. There are three types of therapies with three effects. Once these therapies were a high-cost option at skincare and body sculpting clinics. Now they are available to the public.
Colored light therapy
Light therapies come in three colors. Red, blue, and green.
- Red light reduces inflammation and repairs sunspots. It also reduces fine lines and wrinkles and smooths the skin.
- Blue light improves skin texture and shrinks pores. It reduces sunspots and scars and heals acne.
- Green light reduces hyper-pigmentation, soothes the skin, is anti-inflammatory, and relaxing!
The following is a list of therapies, once again tested by yours truly!
- Red light therapy hat. The red light therapy hat comes in a few good brands and a few cheap brands. My recommendation is not a cheap brand. Buy higher nooms and, in my opinion, the purchase is worth financing. Red light hats reduce shedding caused by factors such as age, hormones, and medications. I spent $800 on one and after three months started noticing fresh growth and less shedding!
- Light therapy stick. The light therapy stick has three settings, red, blue, and green. Red reduces acne. Blue cleans the skin. Green heals scars.
- Red light therapy lamp. Buy a quality lamp bulb. It will cost around $40. You will also need a lamp stand or a drop light to hold the bulb. Sun tanning glasses are a must! Your eyes should not be exposed to the lights from any of these gadgets.
- The benefits of the larger lamps are healthier skin and reduced acne and scars. It covers larger portions of your body per set, as well. As far as its skin firming benefits, I will let you know in a few months!
You aren’t sure about the benefits of the investment? Do what I did. Start out with the LED therapy stick and work your way up. You will be glad you did!