Rejuvenation Infrared LED Light Therapy is
now available for home use...
younger in just 8 minutes a day—GUARANTEED!
Affordable, Natural, Non-invasive — No
Surgery, Lasers, Peels or Injections.
LED LIGHT PRODUCT FACTS
"I just love the light. There's
been a noticeable difference in my skin texture. It seems tighter
also. I am just thrilled with the results. I use it daily on
my face and have now started on my arms. Friends have noticed
a difference too, and all want one. Many thanks for a wonderful
product." —S.M., Tennessee
"I've been using the light, per
the instructions, and find the psoriasis spot I mentioned
to you is almost healed. The light is actually accelerating
the healing process. Normally it takes about a week or so
to heal on its own. It has been only 3 days. Perhaps this
is not a big surprise to you, but coming from a person who
suffers from various skin problems, this is great news!"
"I just wanted to thank
you and let you know that I have had amazing results
from the DPL System. While I initially purchased the
unit for skin rejuvenation, I had excruciating TMJ
when I began use in April. My jaw suddenly stopped
hurting and I have not had ONE incident of the searing
pain since I started treatment!!! It has also brightened
up my skin and given me a refreshed look, plus it's
plumped my lips...sweet!" —P.F., Kentucky
USING INFRARED LED LIGHT
THERAPY FOR PAIN AND HEALING
INFRARED LED LIGHT PRODUCT
FACTS Q. How long will I have
to use an LED light before I see results?
A. Some people see results in as little as a few days and others take
a month or two to notice a change. Various physical conditions, age, skin
condition, diet, alcohol consumption, prescription drug usage, smoking,
exercise, and other factors influence the rate of improvement. The effects
of LED light are often subtle at first, since unlike lasers, peels and
other ablative treatments, LED light does not damage the skin to force
it to regenerate. Your results will improve the longer you use the light;
so though you should see improvement in 60 days, you should see a much
more significant change after you've been using it for 6 months or a year.
If you are using the panel system, to accelerate results you can try placing
the panels directly on your skin instead of sitting in front of the light
on the stand.
How do infrared LED lights for home use compare
to the photo rejuvenation light treatments done in spas and salons?
A. The concept and technology are the same. The difference is in cost and convenience.
One photo rejuvenation treatment in a spa or salon
typically costs $50-$200, and it's usually
that you get a series of 5 to 10 treatments several times a year. With home-use
rejuvenation lights you can enjoy unlimited treatments in
convenience of your own home for less than $500.
Is infrared LED light
safe for sensitive skin?
A. If you have very sensitive
skin it might be a good idea to start with a shorter treatment time and
up to the full treatment. Also, be sure to start with clean skin...
lotions could heat up and cause a problem. If there is any redness or
discomfort after treatment, applying
a damp cloth afterwards may help calm down your skin.
infrared light help my rosacea?
A. We have seen rosacea patients who benefited from using the
light, and there have been a few who found they could not use it. If
you have rosacea I would
at first to see how your skin reacts. (see sensitive
skin tips above)
Q. What is
the difference between the DPL Therapy System and the LightStim?
A. In our opinion the most important differences are the number
of lamps, light wavelengths, treatment time and results... The DPL has
174 LED lamps, including 154 infrared. The LightStim has 72 lamps, including
only 36 infrared. Treatment time for the whole face is nine minutes with
the DPL. The recommended treatment time for the LightStim is three minutes
per area, and since the diameter of the light is only 2 1/2 inches it
takes quite a while to treat the whole face. Since results will only be
achieved with regular use, this time difference can be a critical factor
for busy people.
Q. I heard
about a red light called Tanda Red on Dr. Oz. How does the DPL Therapy
System and DPL Nüve compare to the Tanda?
A. As in the above comparison to the LightStim, the DPL Therapy System
has many more bulbs...174 in the DPL panel system vs. 20 in the Tanda
Red. The DPL Nüve hand-held system has 60 bulbs, again many more
than the Tanda Red. More bulbs means greater results, in a shorter period
of time. Compare Amazon ratings...DPL Therapy System = 4.5 stars; Tanda
Red = 2.5 stars (3/23/11).
I have seen some improvement using a Beurer Softlaser. How do other
A. The Beuer® light has only one 660 nm lamp. Most other home-use lights
have larger surface areas and utilize multiple wavelengths. This
means you get the benefits of multiple wavelengths over a larger area
in a shorter period of time.
Q. Is photo
A. YES! It has been proven in numerous studies that LED photo rejuvenation
not harm the human body in any way. The light waves are safe
for any age, color, or skin type. The light energy delivered cannot burn
sensitive skin tissue.
LED light therapy hurt?
A. NO! Unlike many other anti-aging treatments, LED light therapy is gentle,
have been no reports of
it safe to use an infrared LED light while pregnant?
A. I have been told by one manufacturer that it would be OK to use
an infrared LED light on the head, neck, face, arms and legs during pregnancy,
they recommend not using
abdomen. LED Therapies, LLC recommends consulting your physician
prior to using the DPL™ Therapy System.
Q. Do you ever
discount your DPL Therapy System?
A. Because of our incredible money-back guarantee, we occasionally have
returned units that are cleaned, tested and repaired if needed, then sold
as refurbished units at a discounted price. If you are interested in a
refurbished system, contact
us to see if we have any in stock. Also, we occasionally run
unadvertised specials. Contact us
to find out if we are currently running a special.
Q. Do you
have to replace light bulbs in the DPL Therapy System? If so, how often
do they need changed and how much are the replacement bulbs?
A. The DPL System is built to last over 5 years with daily use and the
LED bulbs should not burn out within that time. The bulbs are built into
the two panels and are not user-replaceable, but should replacement of
a panel be needed the price (2006) is $100-$110 each.
Q. I just
assembled my DPL Therapy System and the panels keep falling off the stand.
Is this normal?
A. The panels are designed to be easy to remove for use on other parts
of the body, but the bracket that holds them should not fall off of the
vertical column. Watch
this 4-minute video to make sure your unit is assembled properly.
If it is, the top bracket that holds the panels will be hard to remove.
Q. I just
turned on my DPL Therapy System for the first time and only 10 red bulbs
are lit up. Is my unit defective?
Infrared light is not visible to the human eye, so the majority of the
bulbs will not appear to be lighted when you turn on your DPL System.
To check whether the infrared bulbs are working you can view the lighted
panels through a digital camera.
USES & BENEFITS OF
INFRARED LED LIGHT THERAPY FOR SKIN CARE Q.
Will LED light therapy help with acne or blemishes?
A. Although the anti-aging photo rejuvenation lights were not designed
specifically to handle acne and blemishes, the light waves stimulate the
skin's natural healing process which helps in the treatment of acne, pimples
and blemishes. Our new blue light is
specifically designed for treatment of acne, as is the Claro
which utilizes IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) to speed healing of individual
I've been looking for information on the LED light treatments that I've been
my skin care specialist.
a significant difference between the benefits of blue and infrared/red
A. The choice of light depends on what you are trying to accomplish. BLUE
light comforts and soothes skin, and has anti-sensitive functions.
It is used clinically to treat acne, as it is absorbed by bacterial acne,
resulting in a toxic environment for the bacteria.RED
light stimulates and activates skin cells and promotes blood circulation.
VISIBLE red light penetrates to a depth of about 8-10 mm, and is beneficial
in treating problems close to the surface such as wounds, cuts, scars,
trigger and acupuncture points, and is particularly effective in treating
infections. INVISIBLE red light (infrared) is the longest wave length,
and penetrates to a depth of about 30-40 mm, which makes it more effective
for bones, joints, deep muscles, etc. Infrared light is absorbed by the
skin and used as a source of energy to stimulate fibroblast cell activity
in the skin, which increases the production of collagen and elastin—the
proteins responsible for your skin's tone and elasticity. Most infrared
LED lights produce both red and infrared wavelengths, and are effective
for rejuvenating aging skin as well as treating acne and blemishes.
NOTE REGARDING BLUE LIGHT: Blue light
has been shown to cause damage to the eyes (macular degeneration) if used
without proper protection. If you decide to purchase a blue light, be
sure to use the proper eye protection. And if you have a teenager using
it for acne be sure he/she actually uses the eye protection!
Q. I've been receiving red light therapy
to firm my skin and reduce wrinkles and I've seen a slight improvement after
many sessions, but not as much as I'd like. Will infrared
A. It's very likely you will see better results with infrared
light. As explained in the last question, infrared light penetrates much
deeper than red light,
so it is able to reach the layer of skin where collagen and elastin
is the best wavelength of infrared light for skin rejuvenation? And what
is the importance of joule ratings?
A. There are over 30 commercial systems on the market using similar and
they are using are *the best* so
true. We feel that the
NASA study is the most independent and accurate of the studies, so that was
the one used to develop the DPL System. The NASA study used three LED wavelengths:
670nm, 728nm and 880nm. The 880nm (infrared) proved to be the most effective
when tested alone in both 3T3 fibroblast DNA synthesis and osteoblasts DNA
synthesis. Our DPL System utilizes and 154 infrared (880nm)
LEDs and 20 red (660nm) LEDs.
However, the real key to achieving results is the energy
delivered (joules/cm2), not the particular nm of the LEDs. Many units have
variable energy output
that goes as high as 150 joules/cm2. Our DPL Therapy System reaches 4
joules/cm2 on the skin, like the NASA study specified, in 8 minutes. Some
more powerful systems
used by physicians and spas reach this level more quickly, but these machines
are too expensive for home use and can be purchased only by licensed professionals.
For example, the GentleWaves system reaches the required output
in under 1 minute, but the machine costs tens of thousands of dollars.
doing research on the Web I read that yellow light is effective for
skin rejuvenation. What are the benefits and results of infrared
and red light therapy vs. yellow?
A. I am aware of some testing done comparing yellow light to red
and infrared wavelengths. Without
question, red and infrared were found to work better for skin rejuvenation.
Will infrared LED light help with hyper-pigmentation
(age spots) or scarring?
A. YES, I have seen reports of hyper-pigmentation and scars fading
the use of these lights.
infrared LED light help with dry skin?
A. YES, using infrared
LED photo rejuvenation lights
normalize dry skin.
Will infrared LED light help with thinning hair? Will
it help re-grow hair?
A. I have read reports of accelerated hair
and stimulation of dormant hair follicles with the use of infrared LED
Q. Can LED
light treatment be used on someone who has been treated recently with
Botox® or fillers?
A. Reply by the manufacturer of the DPL System: From our research and
review of studies, using LEDs typically does not cause an increase in
dissipation of fillers or Botox. Filler dissipation is usually a result
of poor insertion. Also, everyone's skin is different and dissipation
will not be the same for every person. But it appears that in most cases
using LED therapy will not cause fillers or Botox to dissipate more quickly.
Normally a person should wait a couple days to let the fillers settle
a bit, then start using the LED's slowly. If there is bruising at the
injection site the LED light will help with healing. If someone is hesitant
to use the light in an area where there have had botox or fillers they
can cover that area with a thick material, such as a rolled-up towel.
the DPL System work for stretch marks and loose skin on the stomach?
not aware of any of our customers who have used the light on stretch
marks, so I forwarded this question to the manufacturer. Here is their
have customers who are using the system on the stomach and for stretch
marks, and I know that is it very helpful with scaring... the age of
the scar tissue will determine the time
required to see results." Also, when I was selling a different light (smaller
and less powerful) I heard about a woman who used the light on a scar while
she was laid up in bed for 10 days. She said the scar diminished a great deal
during this time by treating it for 15 minutes a day.
Will the DPL System help with psoriasis?
A. The red and infrared lightwaves of the DPL System increase circulation
and help put moisture back
into the skin, which benefits those with psoriasis. One of our customers
told us "I've been using the light, per the instructions, and find the
spot I mentioned to you is almost healed. The light is actually
accelerating the healing process. Normally it takes about a week
or so to heal on its own. It has been only 3 days."
Can DPL Therapy help with other types of problems?
A. In addition to skin rejuvenation, infrared and near-infrared (NIR) light often
helps with the temporary relief of minor muscle and joint pain; arthritis and
muscle spasms; relieving stiffness; promoting relaxation of muscle tissue; and
temporarily increasing local blood circulation.
USES & BENEFITS OF INFRARED LED LIGHT
THERAPY FOR PAIN AND HEALING Q. What will I notice during and after treatment?
A. Different sensations are possible with use of the system. You may experience
a sensation of warmth, relief of pain, a calming or soothing effect,
and you may find you achieve a greater range of motion.
When will I feel better or see positive results?
A. Factors such as age, sex, level of fitness and various physical conditions
can affect how quickly the treatment helps. In cases where a condition
has lasted for many years (chronic) it may take longer to notice a benefit.
How often can I use the DPL™ System for pain and healing?
A. For pain relief, the maximum use of the system should be four 9 minute
treatment sessions, with 12 hours separating the first two 9 minute treatments.
Q. How close to the
skin should I hold the DPL™ System?
A. For best results the panels should be as close to the skin as possible,
and they may be placed directly on the skin. Center the panel(s) over
the main area of pain for maximum effectiveness.
Q. I have arthritis in my hands. Will I be able to use
A. Yes, the DPL™ System was designed with the arthritis
sufferer in mind, and hands can be held in front of the panels
on the stand, or
the panels can be placed on or beneath the hands.
Q. I have used my system for a couple of days; why am
I still hurting?
A. Keep in mind that this system serves as therapy for minor discomfort;
it is not a miracle drug or pain killer and is not intended to replace
medication prescribed by your physician. Consult your physician if the
pain persists or intensifies, as this may be a symptom of other conditions
that need attention.
the system get hot?
A. The DPL System isn’t designed to generate heat, but some
people report that it gets warm or they feel warmth in their skin,
and this is
normal. When you follow the recommended usage guidelines, the LEDs should
not get uncomfortably hot.
Q. I had
a huge bruise on my leg so I tried my LED light on it, and it went away
much more quickly than bruises typically do. I'm now using it on the bruises
that my daughter gets on her legs from climbing on playground equipment.
Does it make sense that the light works on bruises?
A. NASA research found that infrared
LED light accelerates healing, so yes, it may help bruises heal faster.
the light work through clothes?
A. Some materials can prohibit the system from delivering the treatment
most effectively. If possible, use without clothes on the treatment area.
TO APPLY AN INFRARED LED LIGHT Q. How long do you need to apply the LED
light for skin rejuvenation?
A. Recommended treatment time varies among different brands of LED lights, and
these recommendations change over time as more data is collected. Generally,
for the quickest results, daily use is recommended. The recommended treatment
time for the light we sell—the DPL™ Therapy System—is nine
4-10 weeks, then nine minutes two-three days a week after that.
Q. The DPL
System instructions say that after 4-8 weeks of using it twice a
day, I'm supposed to use it only 2-3 times a
week. Won't that slow the
rejuvenation process down? What will happen if I continue using it daily?
A. It's recommended to use the system twice
a day at the beginning to build up circulation
and stimulate your skin, which will cause
to the LED light. You can continue twice a day usage up to 10 weeks if you
would like. After that you should be able to use the system just 2-4
times per week and your skin should continue to respond nicely. Some of our
customers have continued to use the system daily after 10 weeks, and we have
heard of no ill effects. However, should you notice redness, irritation, peeling,
effects we would recommend cutting back on usage.
far away should I place the light from my skin?
A. The light intensity becomes weaker the further away it is from your
skin, so it's best to use the light very close to your skin. It is fine
if the DPL Therapy System touches your skin; in fact, a customer recently
reported fast, phenomenal results when she started laying the panels directly
on her face.
Q. The DPL
Therapy System's user manual says to use the system for 17 minutes. I
thought the treatments were 8 minutes?
A. The recommended time to treat pain is 17 minutes. However, for skin
rejuvenation you can do either two 9-minute treatments or one 17-minute
treatment. After 2 months of use, most people are able to reduce usage
to one 9-minute treatment every day, or 3-4 times a week.
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