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Red Light Therapy Lamp With Medical Grade Near Infrared LED Lights (NIR)

Red Light Therapy Lamp With Medical Grade Near Infrared LED Lights (NIR)

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This Red Light Therapy Lamp With Medical Grade Near Infrared Lights (NIR) is for full body and face, skin and tissue therapy. You can stand the lamp up in front of you on a table, or you can hang it with the hardware that's included in the package. This lamp can be switched on/off, or can be used with the built in timer.

Use switch on this lamp to set your desired light Wavelength from the following 5 options:
  • Red Light: 630nm, 660nm
  • Near Infrared Light: 810nm, 830nm, 850nm

Lamp Size Options:

  • 60 Lights; 11.8 inch by 8.3 inch by 2.6 inch (30x21.5x6.5cm)
  • 96 Lights; 19.3 inch by 8.3 inch by 2.6 inch (49x21.5x6.5cm)
  • 180 Lights; 35 inch by 8.3 inch by 2.6 inch (89x21.5x6.5cm)


  • Material: Iron
  • Voltage: AC85 ~ 265V
  • Frequency: 50 / 60Hz

What's In The Box

  • Red Light Therapy Lamp With Medical Grade Near Infrared LED Lights
  • Eye Protection Glasses
  • Power Cord
  • Door Buckle
  • Adjustable Hanging Kit


  • This lamp is not waterproof and cannot be used in water or in wet places.
  • Extremely bright: Do not look directly at this lamp when it is on.
  • Always use Eye Protection Glasses when using this lamp.

Infrared Light Therapy Explained

Infrared light therapy is like photosynthesis for humans. Like plants, scientific research has shown that the human body can absorb light particles called photons and transform that light energy into adenosine triphosphate or ATP. ATP powers the metabolic processes in human cells, improving cellular performance, tissue repair and wound healing.

What Infrared Light Therapy is Not

Infrared light therapy is not the same light used in tanning booths and it does not expose your skin to harmful UV rays. Infrared light therapy is also not the same as infrared saunas. Infrared used in saunas normally utilize far infrared wavelengths. Unlike the near infrared wavelengths used in our devices, far-infrared wavelengths are not absorbable by the mitochondria and are therefore not capable of increasing metabolic function in compromised cells.

Red Light Therapy Benefits

Red and infrared light therapy can benefit human tissue from the upper epidermal layers, deep into the dermal layer. Infrared light therapy also has the additional benefit of reaching deeper into the subcutaneous layer where pain issues often stem from. Infrared light can treat musculoskeletal conditions such as muscle and joint pain, stiffness and spasm as well as the pain associated with arthritis.

The Healing Power of Near Infrared

Dr. Barolet and Dr. Hamblin wrote about the healing benefits of infrared light energy. “It has been known for almost 50 years that low energy exposure to visible and NIR wavelengths is beneficial to humans via the promotion of healing processes. This low level light therapy (so called LLLT or PBM) has been reported in thousands of peer reviewed articles since 1968 [28, 29].

PBM parameters have been improving in the last decade so that it is now part of our therapeutic armamentarium in dermatology as a complimentary treatment modality to treat skin inflammation, promote faster wound healing after ablative procedures or even prevent sunburn [30]. It is also used as a photodynamic therapy light source to photoactivate."

photosynthetizer (Protoporphyrin IX or PpIX) when treating actinic keratosis, basal cell carcinoma and acne [31]. Furthermore, low intensity infrared has been shown to induce beta-endorphin hypoalgesic (analgesic) effects [32].

NIR photobiomodulation of tissue pathologies is associated with increased proliferation of specific cells, gene expression of anti-inflammatory cytokines and suppression of the synthesis of pro-inflammatory mediators [33].

Department of Dermatology, Harvard Medical School 

Benefits Of Red Light Therapy After Strenuous Resistance Exercise

Key points found in this 2015 study from Human Performance Laboratory, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada; the Center for Exercise Science and Department of Physical Therapy, University of Florida, Gainesville; Department of Kinesiology & Health Promotion, Troy University, Montgomery, AL, highlight the findings of what near-infrared light can do to the body and how it impacts pain relief. The study’s key points:

  • Near-infrared light therapy administered before resistance exercise enhanced the contractile function of skeletal muscle by attenuating strength loss.
  • Disuse atrophy and pain can be significant impediments to recovery after musculoskeletal injury. Therefore, the ability to enhance muscle function during rehabilitation is of great benefit to patients.

“Leal Junior et al12 - In human studies, 4–7, 11 muscles exposed to laser therapy demonstrated enhanced performance by maintaining contractile force output and delaying the onset of fatigue when exposed to resistance exercise. Empirical evidence also demonstrated that light therapy can limit exercise-induced muscle damage, thereby improving muscle recovery by reducing inflammation and oxidative stress."

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