“Biologists have found that cells exposed to near-infrared light from LEDs grow 150 to 200 percent faster than cells not stimulated by such light. The light arrays increase energy inside cells that speed up the healing process.“
– NASA.gov Source >
Originally pioneered by NASA as a means to stimulate plant growth on the Space Station, LED Light Therapy has quickly been adopted by the medical and beauty industries as a breakthrough treatment to promote healing in the human body.
Phototherapy has shown incredible results in applications as diverse as wound healing, pain relief, and even as a treatment for skin cancer. When used as part of a beauty regimen to combat blemishes and aging, the power to transform is truly fantastic.
“Red light easily penetrates the dermis and can help with a variety of skin conditions such as... rosacea, scarring and eczema, as well as improving skin quality. The heat and light boost circulation, bringing more blood and nutrients to the area and instigating the release of chemical messengers called cytokines. As more cytokines are released, collagen-producing cells called fibroblasts leap into action. If healing is required, then the skin will heal; if it is already healthy, you will get a plumping effect from the extra collagen created.”
(Jo Martin, Clinical Director of Mapperly Park Clinic, expert in light therapy and laser treatments) Source >
Effective light therapy treatments are popular in high-end medical spas and clinics around the world – but repeat treatments can be prohibitively expensive and time consuming.
Our mission at ANSR: mission is to make the most cutting edge light technology affordable and available for daily use. ANSR: has harnessed the power of advanced red, blue, and infrared light technology into stylish and portable devices. Perfect for safe, at-home use and proudly offered by many of the most discriminating spas and salons around the country – now you can experience your ANSR: to youthful, luminous skin.
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