We, as humans, need exposure to light to ensure our physical and psychological wellbeing. If we don’t get enough light, it can wreak havoc on our bodies and state of mind. Sunlight increases our vitamin D and serotonin levels, which in turn boosts our mood and behaviour, makes us feel positive and happy, improves our focus, and helps to avoid fatigue. As well as improving our natural circadian rhythms, which regulate our sleep-wake cycle.

With all this in mind, it’s really no wonder that light therapy has been used throughout history and today, with technical advancement, artificial light is now widely used in wellness clinics, spas, and athletic centres.

And we can’t ignore the growing preference for non-invasive treatments and procedures.

We’ve recently introduced red light therapy to our ever-growing menu of wellness treatments so here we’ve collated all the need-to-know information on this technology from trustworthy and reliable sources, aiming to cut through the noise and provide you an introduction to red light therapy that’s easy to understand.