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‘Your Skin Looks So Bright!’ Woman Shares Her Amazing Results After Trying The Red Light Therapy Bio-Hacking Method For 30 Days

Date January 8, 2019

If you have ever attended a ‘how-to-love-yourself’ seminar, then you have probably heard of the popular mantra that ‘real beauty emerges as you get older'. However, if you are really honest with yourself, you will also admit that as we age, our skin begins to develop fine lines, wrinkles, and may even become less hydrated.

Well, while you may be a ‘forever sixteen’ at heart, with time, your skin becomes the unpleasant disclaimer of your true age.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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To alleviate the signs of aging, red light therapy became a new savior that helped to make skin younger-looking and healthy. For experts, red light helps to improve ones’ completion as it tones the skin and makes it smoother by increasing healthy cellular activity. By boosting collagen production, red light reduces the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.

Your skin looks so bright!

For Hasalyn, who works remotely for Bulletproof, her work has restricted her to the indoors and often enough, she does not get as much sun-exposure as she needs. So, to test the impacts of red and NIR light on her skin, she decided to try to test it out and within thirty days, she started to notice positive outcomes.

‘Your Skin Looks So Bright!’ Woman Shares Her Amazing Results After Trying The Red Light Therapy Bio-Hacking Method For 30 Days‘Your Skin Looks So Bright!’ Woman Shares Her Amazing Results After Trying The Red Light Therapy Bio-Hacking Method For 30 DaysBulletproof / YouTube

Using red light that she exposed herself to twice a day, she documented her whole journey through pictures and with time, she realized that red light had significant outcomes for her skin’s look. She remarks that since blue light is all around us our cellphones to the lights in our cubicles, red light can help to counter these negative effects on our skin and body.

And true to Hasalyn’s predictions, even before her thirty days were over, she started to identify some positive results that suggested that red-light might have some positive outcomes for your skin. She says that:

After 20 days of red light therapy twice a day… I started getting compliments on my skin…people would see and would be asking like… 'What are you doing? Your skin looks so bright!'

The positive outcomes of her skin prove that red light could indeed help to make your skin better by giving it that glow that it really needs.

‘Your Skin Looks So Bright!’ Woman Shares Her Amazing Results After Trying The Red Light Therapy Bio-Hacking Method For 30 Days‘Your Skin Looks So Bright!’ Woman Shares Her Amazing Results After Trying The Red Light Therapy Bio-Hacking Method For 30 DaysBulletproof / YouTube

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The benefits of red light for you

Well, just as Hasalyn discovered, red and NIR light could have great benefits for your skin, which makes it a great bio-hack that can help to alleviate many real life problems. According to Joovv, some of the benefits of light therapy include that it:

  1. Improves skin clarity, tone, and texture.
  2. Facilitates the fading of scars and stretch marks.
  3. Reduces joint pain and inflammation.
  4. Enhances weight loss and hair regrowth.
  5. Enhances muscle recovery and improves athletic performance.
  6. Increases testosterone production in men.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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These benefits reveal that light therapy could create great benefits when used correctly and could be key to making your skin smoother, plumper and with time, it you might even make you look younger. Red light might really be the antidote to blue light.

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This article is solely for informational purposes. Do not self-diagnose or self-medicate, and in all cases consult a certified healthcare professional before using any information presented in the article. The editorial board does not guarantee any results and does not bear any responsibility for any harm that may result from using the information provided in the article.