Who uses red light therapy?
Thanks to the large database of research surrounding red light therapy and it's unending benefits and safety, some of the worlds top doctors and medical researchers recommend it's use.
Professional athletes across all major sports like the NFL, NHL, MLB, UFC, and institutions like NASA all use red light therapy.
Red light therapy offers an affordable medical grade dose of light right at your home. It is used for a wide variety of reasons from people seeking relief from chronic conditions, to those who want to boost their performance, mood, and recovery. Everyone can benefit from red light therapy.
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The biggest difference I can tell so far is with my mind. I feel less brain fog and a lot more clear. Learning is easier and so is handling my emotions. I have one at home and one in the office
- Jared L.
I cant imagine not having my device anymore. I use it for everything. Skin care, recovery from weightlifting, I am obsessed!
I was first intrigued by the price, and I can honestly say that this is my favorite red light therapy device I own.
I travel a lot and this size model was absolutely perfect! I also like how I am able to have a small device with both red and near infrared light. My skin is glowing.
- Carly L.
To learn more about our product features
We make it easy to build a larger device and connect other units together with our modular design. Our "targeted use" models allow you to easily transition from a target treatment to full-body light therapy.
Modular means that you can start out with one of our smaller models such as the "Athena", and then build out a larger full-body system over time to get more power and faster results.
What to know more about our modular set up and how to customize the perfect system for your needs? Check out "targeted use" collection.