Red Light Therapy Reviews – The Top 2 Red Light Therapy Home Devices (2014)

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Can you imagine having a glowing, youthful, plumped and toned skin without subjecting yourself to Botox, chemical peels and face lifts?

Now you can stop imaginng.

Red light therapy is scientifically proven to boost collagen and elastin production, which is exactly what you need to rejuvenate your skin, reduce wrinkles and fine lines, eliminate brown spots and get a smooth, glowing and toned skin – Without expensive and painful procedures.

It may seem to you that red light therapy home devices are expensive, but if you compare them to the price of one series of red light sessions in your local spa, you’ll understand why having your own device is the most cost-effective way to bring youth back to your face (and neck).

The only problem is:  How are you supposed to choose from the many red light therapy devices in the market? Which one is the best quality? And has the lowest price? What features are important? does it really work for everyone?

These red light therapy reviews will answer all your questions. Ready? Here we go!

What are The Proven Benefits of Red Light Therapy?

  1. Skin rejuvenation and anti aging
  2. Wrinkle reduction and improving moisture
  3. Acne treatment – Adult and teen acne
  4. Pain relief – By activating the production of endorphins
  5. Psoriasis and arthritis treatment

(Scientific evidence for these benefits can be found in the Reasearch and studies page)

How Does Red Light Therapy Work?

Red light therapy uses concentrated light (but no UV rays) at a specific wavelength to stimulate your blood circulation, boost your collagen production and enhance the natural ability of your skin to heal.

This treatment is non invasive and “helps” your skin cells to build more collagen and elastine fibers, which are responsible for every aspect of your skin rejuvenation and healing.

Simply put, it can reduce fine lines and wrinkles, improve moisture, reduce imperfections, reduce redness and tone your skin like no other expensive cream. It can also work wonders with discoloration and scarring.

How much does Red Light Therapy Cost?

If you look for red light therapy reviews online, you will probably see many spas and clinics offering red light therapy sessions. The estimated cost of one session is $100-$200 per treatment and you would typically need 10-15 sessions.

But you can save thousands of dollars and use the same technology in your own home with unlimited access.

But…how to choose a red light therapy device that fits YOUR needs most?

The Top Red Light Therapy Devices in 2014

Through my research and personal experience with more than 3 popular red light therapy home devices, I found that the following devices are highest in quality, and give the best return for investment possible:

Baby Quasar MD Plus

Baby Quasar Red

Baby Quasar MD Plus

The Baby Quasar LED lights penetrate deeply into the layers of your skin repairing and healing past damage – Erasing lines, wrinkles, discoloration, scarring, and relieving pain. This is a portable hand-held device, and you can take it anywhere with you.

Watch this quick demonstration for how to use the Baby Quasar MD:

I use it every day while reading my book, or listening to my music. It takes about 30 minutes to cover all areas in my face,  twice or 3 times  a week to get visible results.

I usually use it for my skin (which now look younger, glowing, my pores are smaller and fine lines have decreased) but sometimes I use it for my painful joints and muscles. My mother borrows it from me to relieve her joint pain as well.

No matter how many times I check, Amazon always has the best price for the Baby Quasar MD, check out the current price right now. Plus, ordering from Amazon is a wise decision, due to its reliable return policy.

If it doesn’t work for you for some reason, Amazon will accept it back and grant you a full refund.

I’m sure you’d like to know more about the Baby Quasar MD, so check out my in-depth review for it HERE.

DPL Light Therapy

DPL Light Therapy

DPL Light Therapy

First of all, the DPL therapy light system is much less expensive than the BQ. Second, it has a stand that allows you to place on a table and you can keep your hands free to read, watch TV or just relax. Third, the 2 large panels (9 x 14 LED surface) are big enough to cover your entire face at once, which means a significantly lower treatment time (only 9 minutes treatment!)

This is important for any busy woman who can’t spend 30 minutes a few times a week for this treatment.

The dozens of buyer reviews for the DPL light therapy on Amazon will help you make the right decision, it would be wise to check them out before you purchase.

And if you’d like, here’s my in-depth review for the DPL light Therapy System.

All in all, I would say that the DPL Light Therapy system is the most cost-effective one from these two, and not any less effective that the Baby Quasar.

Don’t forget to see my detailed reviews for these devices, to make the right choice for you.

To your health & happiness,

Meital

P.S

Have you ever tried red light therapy for your skin? I’m so curious about your results… why don’t you share them in the comments below?

PAID ENDORSEMENT DISCLOSURE: In order for me to support my blogging activities, I may receive monetary compensation or other types of remuneration for my endorsement, recommendation, testimonial and/or link to any products or services from this blog.

Comments

  1. Deonna says

    A new at home light therapy, using yellow and red to remove wrinkles is being marketed. Zensation which is a Swiss lab, spa, etc. Product advertised on shopnbc April 2013. I’m tempted…Also they have one store in Cali. Anybody have more info? Thanks

  2. michael says

    How can you really say that these are PROVEN benefits… you haven’t cited a single study in any article you’ve written about this.

    The only PROVEN benefit I can see here is from the affiliate dollars you’re making by referring readers to purchase on Amazon…

    • christy says

      Michael, this is a blog! She is writing about HER experiences, she has had good experiences. If you don’t like it don’t read blogs…this is what they are all about. Good grief!

  3. Nikki says

    I’ve used red light therapy when I had a local salon that did it, Planet Beach. Alas the salon chain closed down in my part of the UK several years ago :(. The main thing I remember is the positive difference the therapy had on my skin. My skin glowed, looked radiant & plump. My skin is good for my age but I was amazed at the difference in about a month. (I was 40 at the time of the treatment).

    Having seen the price of the “Lumiere” lamp, like the one at Planet Beach, I never imagined that I’d be able to afford anything remotely like it to use as a home device. Then I discovered, by chance, that home systems are available & affordable. I saw a hand held device on QVC & altho I’m sure it’s probably great, I’d never stick to the regime of plonking it on parts of my face for 20+ mins in total frequently. Also, not sure what 3 mins each app would do in terms of benefits as each treatment I had in the salon was 20 mins over my entire face.

    So, having checked out Ebay & Amazon, I went for a complete led infused flexi mask that covers the entire face. It attaches to a plastic headwear component. Again, treatment time is 20 mins. I doubt that it will be as strong as the one at the salon but it should still be beneficial & I can use it once daily in my home. The only thing I would strongly advice is if considering buying a LED home facial skin device is PLEASE ALWAYS USE PROTECTIVE EYE GOGGLES! I have read that these lights can damage your eyes if you don’t wear them. Apparently the mask option was rather expensive when it first came out, £400 according to a 2 year old national press article. Now, I just got one from Ebay, exactly the same, with the back up of positive reviews for £71 & no customs charges as it will be shipped from the UK, YIPEEE! :) (Just hope it works now).

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