REDjuvenator® red light therapy panel
model Porta 300
This item ships from a US or EU warehouse depending on your location – so if you live in these economic zones, you will have zero customs duties to be paid. Contact us for different sizes – we have up to 92 cm tall panels to build your FULL BODY THERAPY DEVICE!
Portable and powerful
- dimensions: 320 x 220 x 65 mm – portable and powerful for targeted treatments
- irradiance min. 100 mW per each cm2 – optimal
- 60 degrees lens angle for perfect emisson
- professional quality apt for home use
- 300 Watts power rating – not a toy
- weight: 5 lbs / 2.5 kgs
- 60 LEDs of 5W each
- double chip LED technology
- 1:1 ratio of 650 nm and 850 nm LEDs (deep red and NIR LEDs)
- power cord (US or EU) included
- protection goggles included
- door hanger, hook, buckle included (see gallery photo)
- lifespan: approx. 10.000 hours
- 3 years limited warranty
Recommended use: just 1x a day 20 minutes (if targeted: per area)
Benefits of red light therapy
- Muscle recovery
- Athletic performance
- Sexual performance
- Relaxation and sleep
- Increased Testosterone in Men
- Reduced Inflammation
- Mental clarity
- Reduced Pain and arthritis
- Improved Circulation
- Cellular ATP level increase
- improved skin
- thicker, faster growing hair
When can I expect results?
Results vary depending on goals and treatment consistency. Many people will experience benefits such as increased muscle recovery, relief of pain and increased wound healing relatively quickly. However, more systemic benefits such as enhanced skin health, increased energy, improved hormonal health and increased quality of sleep may take 8-12 weeks of consistent use. Using your device every day will maximize the rate of response and healing. It is very important to be consistent with red light therapy.
Does red light therapy interfere with the medications?
Red and near infrared light therapy has been proven in thousands of clinical studies and peer reviewed clinical trials to be not only safe but also effective. However, if you use medications such as Tetracycline, Digoxin,Retin-A (tretinoin), and/or other photo sensitizing drugs,we recommend consulting with your doctor or health care provider before using the device.
Red light therapy (RLT) is a treatment that helps skin, muscle tissue, and other parts of your body heal. It exposes you to low levels of red and near-infrared light. Infrared light is a type of energy your eyes can’t see, but your body can feel as heat. Red light is similar to infrared, but you can see it.Red light therapy is also called low-level laser therapy (LLLT), low-power laser therapy (LPLT), and photobiomodulation (PBM).
What kind of treatments have been studied so far?
Researchers have known about red light therapy for a while. But there aren’t a lot of studies on it, and they don’t know if it’s better than other types of treatment used to help you heal. Red light therapy may help with:
- Dementia: In one small study, people with dementia who got regular near-infrared light therapy on their heads and through their noses for 12 weeks had better memories, slept better, and were angry less often.
- Dental pain: In another small study, people with temporomandibular dysfunction syndrome (TMD) had less pain, clicking, and jaw tenderness after red light therapy.
- Hair loss: One study found that men and women with androgenetic alopecia (a genetic disorder that causes hair loss) who used an at-home RLT device for 24 weeks grew thicker hair. People in the study who used a fake RLT device didn’t get the same results.
- Osteoarthritis: One study found red and infrared light therapy cut osteoarthritis-related pain by more than 50%.
- Tendinitis: A very small study of 7 people suggests RLT lessens inflammation and pain in people with Achilles tendinitis.
- Wrinkles and other signs of skin aging and skin damage: Research shows RLT may smooth your skin and help with wrinkles. RLT also helps with acne scars, burns, and signs of UV sun damage.
What Are the Risks?
Red light therapy is generally considered safe, even though researchers aren’t exactly sure how and why it works.
Photobiomodulation with simultaneous use of red and infrared light emitting diodes in the treatment of temporomandibular disorder: study protocol for a randomized, controlled and double-blind clinical trial