Let there be Light


What if I told you that there is a medical device available that can improve your skin against anti-ageing & bruising & acne, improve your neurological disease and depression, increase strength & endurance & fat loss, make quick recovery from exercise and injury and improve your immunity?

You would be jumping for joy I bet, especially if you were suffering any of these symptoms.

The good news is that light therapy is available for home use, and it has minimal side-effects compared to artificial pills and medications.


What are the different types of lights?


Red light is part of the electromagnetic spectrum emitted by the sun and also fire light.

These wavelengths of light are bioactive in a human body, which means that they have a biological effect on the function of the human cells.

If white light like sunlight goes through a prism, it creates seven different rainbow colours depending on their wavelength. Red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and purple are all the beautiful colours of the rainbow. Wavelengths varying between 400nm-700nm are visible to the human eye.

Red (630nm) light therapy promotes anti-ageing effect on the skin for more luminous skin and can heal an open wound with reduced scar tissue.

Blue (470nm) light therapy is ideal for treating acne and slow healing wounds by promoting healthier skin.

Green (520nm) light therapy reduces sun damage, freckles and fading age spots on the skin. Green light therapy is used with excess pigmentation issues.

Yellow (590nm) light therapy promotes lymphatic drainage and improving overall health of the skin.

Purple (500nm) light therapy is combined red and blue which has particularly good effect on acne for its anti-bacterial properties and skin rejuvenation.


5 “Bioactive” Essential Lights


Have you ever thought about light being an essential nutrient and we need right doses of light every day? Are you deficient in light nutrients?

Firstly, blue light sets the circadian rhythm in our brain which regulates different neurotransmitters and hormones.

Most common deficiency is Vitamin D; too little blue light in the morning and too much artificial light (phones, screens, indoor lighting) at night.

This deficiency is linked with cancer, heart disease, obesity, diabetes, neurodegenerative disorders (Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, Parkinson’s), imsomnia and depression.

Our modern light environment leads to chronic mal-illumination, just like processed foods leads to malnourishment.

Secondly, ultraviolet (UV) light allows the synthesization of Vitamin D from the sun. You might be deficient in UV lights.

Thirdly, far-infrared light acts to heat up our cells and changes cellular and circulation function

Fourthly, red light acts on the mitochondria in a cell by stimulating ATP (energy) production

And fifthly, near-infrared light acts similarly to red light, on a cellular level. You might be deficient in red lights, that has powerful potential for healing.


Benefits of Light Therapy


It has been scientifically proven to be effective and has been used in hospitals for many years now. There are many researches available that light therapy have been established as a reputable medical advantage.

In short, in much the same way that exercise builds your muscles stronger by temporarily stressing them, light does the same thing to our internal anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory defense system. It helps make your cells more tolerant to stress, combats inflammation, helps prevent the buildup of free radicals, and ultimately makes your cells healthier, more energetic, and more resilient.

  1. Reversing skin ageing by reducing damage, wrinkles, acne
  2. Slowing hair loss
  3. Reduction of cellulite and improved skin tone
  4. Acceleration of wound healing
  5. Helps the symptoms of chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia
  6. Helps for autoimmune hypothyroidism
  7. Fights against chronic inflammation
  8. Helps with Depression and Anxiety
  9. Decreases muscle pain, spasms and stiffness
  10. Improves cognitive performance & Brain Health
  11. Healing for injuries & Tendonitis & Joints
  12. Improves Oral Health (gum disease, tooth pain, infections)
  13. Decreases pain (chronic, neck, knees, lower back etc)
  14. Improves sleep
  15. Fights against Oxidative Stress
  16. Increases fat loss & reduction of cellulitis
  17. Increases your energy levels
  18. Improves metabolic and hormonal health




One of the treatment options available for hair loss is low-level light therapy (LLLT):


LLLT is a non-invasive treatment that involves:


  •  the use of red or near-infrared light to stimulate hair follicles and promote hair growth.
  • This therapy works by increasing blood flow to the scalp, stimulating metabolism in the hair follicles, and triggering the production of proteins that promote hair growth.


Studies have shown that LLLT can be effective in treating certain types of hair loss, such as male and female pattern baldness.

It is a safe and painless treatment option that can be used alone or in combination with other hair loss treatments.




“Let there be Light”… and “There was Light” – Genesis 1