Skin rejuvenation, how does red light therapy and microcurrent work

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LED light therapy is a skin treatment method that utilizes different wavelengths of colored light to provide skin benefits. Initially developed by NASA for plant growth during space missions, it was later discovered to have potential wound-healing properties. Today, skincare experts widely use LED light therapy to help slow down skin aging, treat acne, and address various skin concerns. Each color of LED light has its unique effects. Unlike other types of light therapy, LED light therapy does not contain UV rays, making it safe for regular use. Consistent use can lead to improved skin texture. Among the various colors, red light therapy stands out as one of the most popular and widely used. Its popularity stems from its ability to rejuvenate the skin, reduce fine lines, and enhance overall firmness. Moreover, with the advent of at-home red light therapy devices, this powerful treatment method has become more accessible to a broader audience, allowing individuals to conveniently enjoy its benefits in the comfort of their homes.

Red light therapy typically involves two different types of light: red light and infrared light. Despite both being part of the visible light spectrum, they have distinct differences in terms of usage and effects.

Red Light (Visible Red Light):

Wavelength Range: Red light used in therapy typically falls within the longer end of the visible light spectrum, around 620 to 700 nanometers.
Mechanism of Action: Red light can penetrate the surface of the skin and reach the underlying tissues of the skin. It is thought to stimulate the mitochondria of cells, increase energy production, and promote collagen production, which promotes skin elasticity and firmness. Additionally, red light has anti-inflammatory and circulation-boosting properties, helping to reduce inflammation, improve skin tone, and accelerate cell repair and regeneration.
Infrared Light:

Wavelength Range: Infrared light is found at the longer end of the visible light spectrum and extends beyond visible light, typically ranging from 700 nanometers to 1 millimeter.

Mechanism of Action: Infrared rays have a stronger penetrating ability and can penetrate deeper into the deeper tissues of the skin, including muscles and joints. It is thought to improve circulation, relieve muscle tension, and reduce pain and inflammation. Infrared is also widely used in medical and rehabilitation to treat muscle injuries, pain and joint problems.

Red light therapy has become a powerful and proven tool in the search for youthful, radiant skin. With advancements in skincare technology, at-home red light therapy devices have grown in popularity, allowing individuals to easily achieve professional-grade results in the comfort of their own home. L&L SKIN HONO 3-in-1 Body Massager, a feature-rich beauty device that combines microcurrent, red light and massage functions, designed to provide users with a comprehensive body care experience

Combining red light and EMS (Electronic Muscle Stimulation) functions in one beauty device can bring more comprehensive benefits to skin care. This combination can deliver treatment from the skin surface and muscle level at the same time for more dramatic results, equipped with 24 active silicone massage points to precisely massage and stimulate acupuncture points.

Boosts Collagen Synthesis: Red light therapy stimulates collagen production in the skin, which improves skin elasticity and firmness. At the same time, the EMS function can induce muscle contraction, provide stimulation similar to exercise, and help increase skin tone and firmness. 

Reduce wrinkles and fine lines: The stimulation of red light helps reduce fine lines and wrinkles on the skin, while EMS can reduce expression lines and wrinkles caused by muscle relaxation by stimulating facial muscles. 

Promote blood circulation: Both red light and EMS can promote blood circulation. Red light improves blood supply to the skin, while EMS increases muscle contraction to drive blood flow. This contributes to healthy and radiant skin.

Improve product absorption: Red light and EMS can improve skin permeability and make skin care products more easily absorbed by the skin. After using the beauty device, the skin will be more receptive to the active ingredients in skin care products.

Lymphatic drainage: EMS can stimulate the lymphatic system, promote waste discharge, and reduce edema and toxin accumulation. Red light also improves lymphatic circulation and speeds up the detoxification process.

Relieve muscle tension: The stimulation of EMS can relieve muscle tension and fatigue, and the anti-inflammatory effect of red light can also help relieve muscle fatigue and discomfort.

Personalized care: HONO beauty instrument combined with red light and EMS functions may also provide different modes and intensity settings, so that you can carry out personalized care according to your skin type and needs.

Suitable for Multiple Areas: This grooming device is designed to bed on multiple areas of the body, including chest, back, arms, thighs, buttocks, and abdomen. This means you can use the device on various parts of your body to treat as needed.


Select the appropriate function mode, combine the red light, EMS and massage functions, and use it on the parts that need care according to the product instructions.

For each area, cleanse and apply an appropriate skin care product to allow the skin to better absorb the benefits of the treatment. Gently massage the device to ensure it is evenly distributed over the skin, then treat according to product directions.

However, before using, please be sure to read the product manual carefully to understand the correct method of use and precautions. If necessary, you can consult a professional dermatologist or beauty expert for advice to ensure that you use this powerful beauty device correctly and get the best skin care results.