R.L.T. (Red Light Therapy)
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R.L.T. Red Light Therapy
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We can thank NASA for this one. While growing plants on the Space Station, NASA found that the red lights promoted Natural Plant Growth. NASA findings demonstrated health benefits from specific wavelengths of red light delivered through light emitting diodes (LED); prompting them to start researching medical applications for people.

The medical science community took notice and over the last three decades there has been extensive clinical research on various medical applications with R.L.T..

As far as skin R.L.T penetrates the deepest layer of your skin (hypodermis) stimulating collagen production also stimulates circulation and increases nutrients to feed cells, promoting collagen and elastin fibers to tighten skin. The results are extremely encouraging for people seeking natural and non-invasive treatments for a wide range of conditions, For skin care here are a few:

  • Smooth overall skin tone
  • Repairs sun damage
  • Helps bring moisture to skin

  • Builds collagen: reducing wrinkles-including crows feet and laugh lines.
  • Reduces redness and flushes broken capillaries

  • Speeds healing of blemishes like acne and rosacea
  • Fades scars and stretch marks


R.L.T is the one therapy that both Eastern and Western Medicine agree on.


We at Skin Care by Gabriela are excited to introduce our new R.L.T light. It can be added on to any of our facial treatments or just by itself. So come on in and  enjoy the benefits of Red Light Therapy.




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