Rouge Red Light Therapy Blog

  • What’s the difference between LED and Laser Red Light Therapy?

    Despite the increasing popularity of LED devices for both in-home and clinical use, red light therapy treatment using lasers is still available in many spas and clinics. This may raise a few questions, namely, is one better than the other? This article explores the difference between the two types of red light therapy treatments, as well as which might be more suitable for you. 

  • Photobiomodulation: A Primer to The Biology and Chemistry of Red Light Therapy

    Photobiomodulation sounds complex, however, when you break it down it’s really quite simple - photo refers to light, bio meaning life, and modulation refers to change. Photobiomodulation is the use of light to bring about a change in life. In this article, Lori breaks down the process and biology behind red light therapy.
  • Can You Reduce Summer Sun Damage With Red Light Therapy? Heck, Yeah!

    Did you know that red light therapy can help you prevent sun damage and reverse it? Find out why adding red light therapy to your summer skincare routine can help you maintain - and recapture - youthful skin until the last dog days of summer and beyond. 
  • Take Your Fitness Business to The Next Level With Red Light Therapy

    Red light therapy may be the perfect solution for fitness businesses looking to attract new members by offering amenities that cater to an overall sense of health and wellbeing. Take a look at why red light therapy is taking the fitness world by storm, and why there’s never been a better time to get on board.
  • Green Tea and Red Light Therapy At Home: Your Dynamic Duo for Younger-Looking Skin?

    Both red light therapy and green tea have shown extraordinary results in research on skin rejuvenation. But can one treatment boost the effects of the other? The answer appears to be yes. Read on to see how green tea and red light therapy at home can work together to produce amazing skin rejuvenation effects, safely and affordably. 
  • Are LED Masks Better Than Red Light Therapy Panels for Skin Rejuvenation?

    You may have seen the scads of style magazines and beauty bloggers touting red LED light masks as the new frontier of skincare - after all, they look futuristic as heck - but are they better at skin rejuvenation than red light therapy panels? Let’s take a look at some of the advantages and pitfalls of this hot new beauty trend. 
  • Red Light Therapy for Sleep: The Safe and Natural Way to Better Rest

    Trouble sleeping? You're not alone. This article explores why we're sleeping less than ever, and how red light therapy can help you sleep longer and better, naturally, so you can kick the sleep aids to the curb for good.
  • What Are the Side Effects of Red Light Therapy?

    One of the most remarkable characteristics of red light therapy is that it is completely safe to use, and has virtually no risks or serious side effects. That said, while most people will only experience positive effects, there are some who might notice some mild side effects. Here are the most common.

  • Red vs Near-infrared Light: How to Get the Most of Red Light Therapy At Home

    You may have noticed that many red light therapy devices have the option to switch modes from red to near-infrared light, or to use both at the same time. What’s the purpose of this? And how does it affect your treatment? Can knowing the difference between red and near-infrared light help you get the most benefits when using red light therapy at home? Read on to find out!
  • How Long Does Red Light Therapy Take to Work?

    It may take some time to see results with red light therapy. This can lead people to slack off on treatments or quit them altogether out of the erroneous belief that it’s simply not working. To avoid this, it’s best to know what you’re in for ahead of time and plan accordingly. Here’s a quick primer on how long it takes for red light therapy to work and what to expect from your treatment. 
  • Red Light Therapy for Rosacea: Is Red Light the Key to Fighting Redness?

    Could red light therapy provide relief for rosacea? You bet! Let's take a look at how using red light therapy for rosacea could help improve your skin - and your quality of life.
  • 10 Mistakes You Might Be Making Using Red Light Therapy At Home

    With red light therapy, you don’t need a trained professional to administer the treatment - you are completely in charge. That said, there are a few mistakes you may be making that may keep you from fully optimizing your treatment and thus from getting the full benefits. Here are 10 things you might be doing wrong when using red light therapy at home, and how to easily fix them.