NOTE at 3:12: UV light in the mid-800 nm range has been shown to have benefits, should be Near-Infrared Light – UV is only in wavelengths under 400 nm.
Red light therapy, also known as photobiomodulation (PBM) or light box therapy, has been around for 40 years – since the invention of lasers. What is it, specifically? Red light therapy uses certain wavelengths of light to restore, repair, and protect tissue that is either injured, degenerating, or at risk of dying. While varying wavelengths affect the body differently, as far as healing with red light is concerned, the most effective wavelengths range from 630-670 and 810-880.
In this episode of “I Tried It,” Hasalyn tries using a red light from the team at Joovv for 30 days, and documents her experience with photographs.
So what happens after 30 days of Joovvin? – You’ll have to watch to find out.
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