Red light therapy beds:
Photomodulation is a topic that always fosters unsettledness in the halls of lectures at "Lasers & Aesthetics: What’s the Truth,” a reputable seminar offered by Harvard Medical School in conjunction with the Wellman Center for Photomedicine. The general consensus is that it will not hurt you and it may help you. What we do know is that red light therapy using light emitting diode (LED) technology does increase collagen production and increases nitric oxide synthesis in the cell through activation of mitochondrial activity. This in turn can improve fine lines associated with aging and also reduce bacterial colonization of the follicles that contribute to acne.