How Does Photobiomodulation / Red Light Therapy Work?
Red Light Therapy (also known by its scientific name, ‘photobiomodulation’ or PBM) is a therapeutic, non-invasive treatment that uses low wavelength red light that exposes you to low levels of red or near-infrared light.
Our Red Light Therapy bed offers full body exposure that can aid you from the inside-out! With more effective production of ATP energy, our cells experience a more rapid turnover rate which can aid in the appearance of acne, age spots and facial texture.
30% Off Your First Red Light Therapy Appointment!
- Photobiomodulation sessions starting from just £38.50
- Available at our Canary Wharf clinic
Photobiomodulation Prices & Packages
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Terms and conditions apply. 30% Off Early Bird Offer is valid on all Photobiomodulation (PBM/Red Light Therapy) treatments and courses. Discount will automatically be deducted from your payment total. Not valid for use with any other offers, including Magic Stamp promotions. Subject to availability.
Red Light Therapy Treatment Courses
|1 x Session||£38.50
|5 x Sessions||£154.00
|10 x Sessions||£287.00
||20 x Sessions||£500.50
Please note, each session will range between 5-20 minutes depending on the person. There is the same amount of light exposure, however it is recommended that you build up to the shorter periods of time due to more intensity.
Benefits of Photobiomodulation (PBM/Red Light Therapy)
The applications of Photobiomodulation (PBM / Red Light Therapy) are extremely diverse, and offer many benefits to you and your skin!
Repairs damage from the sun and reduces wrinkles
Speeds muscle recovery and enhance peak performance
Heals acne and blemishes
Fades scars and stretch marks
Aids in faster wound healing
Reduces joint inflammation
Can boost testosterone levels
Aids in recovery of hyperthyroidism
Enhances collagen synthesis and repair
Restores mitochondrial oxidation and energy production
How does Photobiomodulation / Red Light Therapy work?
In order for our bodies to carry out cellular processes, and to produce a biochemical effect to create energy, our bodies need sunlight. However, sunlight produces Ultraviolet (UV) waves that can be damaging to our bodies and can result in long-term illnesses. Red Light Therapy is a great alternative as it is similar to the light your body receives from natural sunlight, but does not emit the harmful UV rays that cause sun damage.
What is Photobiomodulation (PBM / Red Light Therapy)?
How long does PBM take?
What are the benefits of PBM?
- Greater levels of ATP energy production
- Repair damage from the sun and reduce wrinkles
- Heal acne and blemishes
- Fade scars and stretch marks
- Reduce joint inflammation
- Aid recovery in hyperthyroidism
- Enhance collagen synthesis and repair
Who can benefit from PBM?
How soon after the service will I feel the effects?
How often should I have PBM?
Can I wear makeup in the Red Light Therapy bed?
Can I wear my clothes in the Red Light Therapy bed or should I be nude?
Will the treatment interfere with or be affected by any medications I use?
Are there any special creams or lotions I am supposed to use during or after treatment?
Will Red Light help with Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)?
How warm does the Red Light Therapy bed get?
How long after the previous user do I have to wait to use the Red Light bed?
Is it okay to wear contacts while in the PBM Bed?
Do I need to wear some sort of eye protection (similar to tanning goggles)?
Is Red Light Therapy similar to tanning?
Will I have to do this indefinitely to maintain results?
Can I have PBM alongside other Get A Drip services?
Can I have PBM if I am pregnant?
Is PBM painful?
Is PBM safe?
Are there any negative side effects?
Which Get A Drip clinics offer Photobiomodulation (PBM / Red Light Therapy)?
Celebrities who have been known to have PBM
- Gabrielle Union (article here)
- Debby Ryan (article here)
- Jenna Dewan
- Gal Gadot
- Suki Waterhouse
- Renée Zellweger
- Emma Stone
- Chrissy Teigen
- Kourtney Kardashian