L+A Now w Barry + Jenni
“Demystifying The Science of LED Light Therapy” with Celluma
Monday, September 14th, 2020 at 2 PM ES
Join us for this 1 hour long webisode of L+A Now
There are so many questions and myths surrounding the science and benefits of LED light therapy that it’s difficult to know where to start. If you have ever wondered about any or all of the following questions, then you won’t want to miss this Webisode:
· What’s the difference between near-infrared, red and blue light?
· What are wavelengths and why are they important?
· What about LED for hyperpigmentation?
· Best positioning for superior results?
· How to use LED post-resurfacing?
· What does “power” really mean?
· Does FDA-clearance matter?
Get all these and more questions answered by Celluma Light Therapy inventor and BioPhotas CEO & President Patrick Johnson as he dispels the common myths of LED light therapy
We’re thrilled to have Celluma as our guest on this Webisode. We’ve featured Celluma several times over the past few months and really see them as the leader in LED Light Therapy!
More About Celluma LED Light Therapy
BioPhotas invites you to adopt our illuminating approach to total health and wellness through scientifically proven products based on NASA-researched technology. Led by a network of leading medical professionals, our unwavering commitment to honesty, accuracy, and integrity aids us as we continuously improve and evaluate our policies to develop the most innovative, effective, and safest products on the market.
Early NASA research proved that specific wavelengths of light could profoundly affect tissue at the cellular level resulting in a myriad of therapeutic benefits. In more recent years, low-level light therapy (LLLT) has become an increasingly mainstream modality, especially in the areas of medical aesthetics and physical medicine and rehabilitation.
“At first used mainly for wound healing and pain relief, the medical applications of LLLT have broadened to include diseases such as stroke, myocardial infarction, and degenerative or traumatic brain disorders”. 1
Focusing on wound healing research in the labs of the prestigious Beckman Laser Institute at UCI, BioPhotas has already demonstrated that Celluma promotes cell proliferation and cell migration. As trailblazers in this area of research, we intend to further this research to support and demonstrate how Celluma could potentially be utilized to accelerate the closure of slow and non-healing wounds. We are excited to be a part of this prospect for low-level light therapy.