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Explore the Healing Power

Explore the Healing Power

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Features
LED Power LED Power 300W 1500W 3000W 6000W
Wavelengths Wavelengths RED 630nm 660nm & NIR 810nm 830nm 850nm RED 630nm 660nm & NIR 810nm 830nm 850nm RED 630nm 660nm & NIR 810nm 830nm 850nm RED 630nm 660nm & NIR 810nm 830nm 850nm
Amps @110v Amps @110v 0.954A 4.86A 9.34A 20A
Amps @220v Amps @220v 0.49A 2.25A 4.5A 8.7A
Dimensions Dimensions 10.6”x9.1”x2.6” 35.8”x11.8”x2.6” 35.8”x11.8”x2.6” 35.8”x11.8”x2.6”
Power Consumption Power Consumption 103W 500W 992W 2000W
LEDs LEDs 60x5W 300x5W 600x5W 1200x5W
Beam Angle Beam Angle 30° & 60° 30° 30° 30°
Cooling Fans Cooling Fans 1pc 4pcs 8pcs 14pcs
Weight Weight 3.8KG/8.4LBS 10.8KG/23.8LBS 21.5KG/47LBS 40.6KG/89.5LBS
LED Lifespan LED Lifespan 50,000hrs 50,000hrs 50,000hrs 50,000hrs
Flicker Flicker Flicker Free Flicker Free Flicker Free Flicker Free
EMF Emission EMF Emission Negligible Negligible Negligible Negligible
Warranty Warranty 3 Years 3 Years 3 Years 3 Years
Best For Best For Targeted Treatment Half Body / Targeted Treatment Full Body Treatment Full Body Treatment
Max Area Max Area 28”x24” 47”x24” 87”x24” 87”x47”
Timer Settings Timer Settings 1-30mins, adjustable 1-30mins, adjustable 1-30mins, adjustable 1-30mins, adjustable
Pulse settings Pulse settings 0-20Hz, adjustable 0-20Hz, adjustable 0-20Hz, adjustable 0-20Hz, adjustable
Accessories Accessories Eye Protection, Door Hook, Remote control, Hanging Hardware, Power Cable, Patch Cable, Cable Assembly & Snap Links Eye Protection, Door Hook, Remote control, Hanging Hardware, Power Cable, Patch Cable Remote Control, Wall Stand, Power Cable, Eye Protection Remote Control, Wall Stand, Power Cable, Eye Protection

Embark on a Journey of Wellness: Your Ultimate Red Light Therapy FAQ Guide

Whether you're new to the world of Red Light Therapy or a seasoned enthusiast, this section is your go-to resource for answers to common questions about Red Light Therapy, its applications, benefits, and safety considerations. We're committed to ensuring you feel confident and well-informed as you delve into the rejuvenating realm of Red Light Therapy. If you have additional inquiries, our dedicated team is here to provide assistance. Step into the enlightening world of Red Light Therapy – explore, learn, and embrace the path to enhanced well-being! For personalised guidance, feel free to reach out to us.

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Red light therapy uses a specific wavelength of red light to promote and support the skin’s natural ability to heal itself. By stimulating the skin cells at a mitochondrial level, it can help with collagen production and wound healing. Red light therapy can be used in a targeted way on a specific area or across the full body. 

Red light therapy is safe and generally very well tolerated. It doesn’t contain damaging ultraviolet light, doesn’t release heat, and is noninvasive. If you’re on medicine that can make your skin photosensitive, you may wish to take a break from red light therapy until you’ve finished your treatment. There are minimal to no side effects, but as with any new treatment, it’s always worth consulting with your general practitioner before starting anything new. 

The results from red light therapy will vary from person to person depending on the targeted issue you’re working towards treating, as well as your age and frequency of treatment. The benefits of red light therapy can be experienced across a number of skin concerns. They include cosmetic factors like wrinkles and acne scarring to deeper issues like hair growth. Many people use red light therapy for muscle recovery and even find it can help to reduce minor inflammation and pain. When it comes to how long results take for fine lines and wrinkles, you may see results in as little as a few weeks after four to eight treatments. For skin that has deeper wrinkles, scar tissue or muscular issues, it may take up to two months, with two to five sessions a week. 

Red LED light therapy doesn’t generate heat or contain ultraviolet light, so it’s safe for all skin types. The most important thing to remember is to use it only as directed, in terms of how long and how often, to avoid any complications. 

Consistency is key to making the most of the benefits of red light therapy. We recommend aiming for at least two sessions per week, with no more than five. You don’t need to sit with your red light therapy device for hours either; just 10 to 15 minutes per session is ideal. The best red light therapy devices will come with safety features like fans and timers, ensuring your LEDs are both cool and able to switch themselves off in case you fall asleep while using them. 

When you’re using red light therapy at home safely and according to the instructions, there shouldn’t be many, if any, side effects at all. You may notice your skin is slightly red or feels tight after you’ve finished your session, especially until your skin gets more used to it. This mainly stems from your skin and body reacting to the LED light therapy effects and increased blood flow. 

Kiva Wellness has created a range of red light therapy devices in different sizes to make it more accessible and possible to do at home. It’s important to follow all the guidelines carefully to not only attain the best results but also to ensure you’re using it safely. 

Both infrared saunas and red light therapy use light frequency though the way they operate is slightly different. Infrared light therapy uses lightwaves between 1,000nm (nanometers) to 1,000,000nm, which isn’t actually visible to the human eye but is experienced as heat. It can penetrate muscle tissue more deeply, up to two centimetres into subcutaneous muscle. Red light therapy uses LED lights, which are on the visible wavelength and range between 630nm and 850nm. It acts on the top 1-2mm of skin tissue, supporting collagen production, skin elasticity and skin renewal. 

You can absolutely use red light therapy and an infrared sauna on the same day. They both operate on different wavelengths, meaning they can target and support different aspects of your skin and tissues. To ensure you’re giving your body time to rest and recover, we recommend spacing your treatments out slightly and having a few hours in between red light therapy and your infrared sauna session. 

You don’t need to be fully naked to benefit from red light therapy, but we recommend exposing the area you’re targeting more directly to the light. Clothes over any given area will reduce the LED light’s ability to penetrate your skin. 

You can keep your eyes open for the duration of your red light therapy session. If you’re using it on or near your face, you may wish to wear the goggles included with your Kiva Wellness red light device to make it more comfortable. 

You can shower before or after your red light therapy session. For the most even and consistent treatment, we recommend starting your treatment with clean, dry skin. 

Yes, you can exercise after your red light therapy session. When used in conjunction with stretching, it may even be a beneficial addition to your warmup routine. We recommend experimenting with it, as some people also use red light therapy for muscle recovery after their workout.