What is collagen ?
Collagen is the magic skin component that helps maintain elasticity and firmness of the skin. After the age of 25 collagen production in the skin gradually decreases, leaving us with wrinkles and lines around the face and neckline.
The Collagen Light Box enables the user to make their skin look more beautiful and younger without using expensive creams, gels or injections. The special red light of the collagen lamps stimulates the production of collagen in your skin, rejuvenating skin and smoothing even deep wrinkles.
The collagen light box :
– Stimulates natural collagen production without injections or surgery
– 88% improvement in deep wrinkles (see studies *)
– Targets your face & neckline with 97% success rate (*)
– Rejuvenat skin in as little as 3 weeks
– Collagen plumping in the comfort of your own home
This innovative Collagen Lamp has a clinically proven 97% success rate in eliminating fine lines, significantly reducing deep wrinkles and giving skin a new lease of life.
Independent research demonstrates that certain cells in the skin can be encouraged to produce collagen, elastin and certain enzymes that are imperative to the skin’s supportive structure. It happens through a process that produce light waves of 633 nanometers.
The lamp emits a UV-free red light which penetrates the skin to a depth of up 10mm, which is why it’s so brilliant for treating problems close to the surface of the skin. Light encourages collagen production, which improves skin elasticity so after a few weeks of treatment you will begin to see plumper, firmer skin and reduced wrinkles.
The red light therapy can help with : tired aging skin, softening of lines, folds and wrinkles. Increased moisture and radiance. Improved skin circulation. Accelerated skin repair. Improved elasticity and texture. Hyperpigmentation.
Research about Red Light Therapy
(*) Red light therapy for rejuvenation and Anti Wrinkle by Dr Ernst Smolka July 2009. Based on: The Photobiology of LED Phototherapy by Dr R.Glen Calderhead, MSc, Dr Med Sci FRSM President of SG Biomedical, Japan and Research coordinator at the Japan Phototherapy Laboratory in Tokyo.
By R. Glen Calderhead, MSc, DrMedSci, FRSM, President of SG Biomedical, Japan and Research Coordinator at the Japan, Phototherapy Laboratory in Tokyo :
“The inflammatory response from 633 nm is a controlled short-lived phase, which transcends through to the proliferation phase, together with the creation of neovascularization and the increase of local blood and lymphatic vessel flow. Lymphatic drainage is important in transporting leukocytes and lymphocytes into the target area and maintaining homeostasis of the treated skin. An increased blood supply raises the oxygen tension in the target area, creating cellular gradients and ensuring that the connection between the papillary dermis and the basement membrane of the dermal-epidermal junction (DEJ) and the basement membrane is supported.” Source (2007) : US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health
<< Red light easily penetrates the dermis and can help with a variety of skin conditions, such as acne, rosacea, scarring and eczema, as well as improving skin quality >> says JoMartin, clinical director of Mapperley Park Clinic (Nottingham, UK) and an expert in light therapy and laser treatments.