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Clinical Trial Results

Our LED Glow mask uses optimised modalities of light: Red 633nm and Near Infrared 830nm. these specific wavelengths are backed by over 30 published, peer reviewed clinical studies that validate our technology and support our clinical claims and safety information. A selection of clinical studies and papers are available to read below:


Skin Rejuvenation including Wrinkle Reduction:

A study to determine the efficacy of combination led light therapy (633 nm and 830 nm) in facial skin rejuvenation.
Russell et al.

A prospective randomised placebo controlled split face clinical study on led for skin rejuvenation.
Lee SY et al.

A Study to Determine the Efficacy of Combination LED Light Therapy (830 nm and 633 nm) in Facial Skin Rejuvenation
Russell BA, Kellett N and Reilly LR.

The use of diode therapy in the of photoaged skin.Baez et al.


Pain and Injury

A Near Infrared LED-Based Rehabilitation System: Initial Clinical Experience

Baxter GD, Bleakley C, Glasgow P and Calderhead RG.

Low level laser therapy for sports injuries. Laser therapy, 13-OR.

Morimoto, Y., Saito, A., & Tokuhashi, Y.

The use of low level laser therapy (LLLT) for musculoskeletal pain. MOJ orthopedics & rheumatology, 2(5).Cotler, H. B., Chow, R. T., Hamblin, M. R., & Carroll, J.



Infrared LED irradiation applied during high-intensity treadmill training improves maximal exercise tolerance in postmenopausal women: a 6- month longitudinal study. Lasers in medical science, 28(2), 415- 422.
Paolillo, F. R., Corazza, A. V., Borghi-Silva, A., Parizotto, N. A., Kurachi, C., & Bagnato, V. S. (2013).

The effects of infrared laser and medical treatments on pain and serotonin degradation products in patients with myofascial pain syndrome.
Ceylan Y et al.

Effect of low-Intensity  Laser  on Blood Pressure, Serotonin and Cortisol.
Jurado S R, et al.

Effects of lights of different colour temperature on the nocturnal changes in core temperature and melatonin in humans.
Morita T, el al.

Circadian Rythmn Sleep Disorders.
Lirong Zhu, et al.

Botulinum toxin A (BT-A) versus low-level laser therapy (LLLT) in chronic migraine treatment: a comparison
Loeb LM, et al.

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