SGROW Small Red Light Therapy Panel
How Not to be Gnarly
That swollen, twisted feeling in the fingers? That’s gnarly.
Arthritis inflammation gnarls up the fingers into knots.
Both rheumatoid and osteoarthritis bring out the worst in the hands.
It’s hard to get anything done with your fingers hurt so much.
The SGROW 45 W is a 12 in. x 12 in. red light therapy panel that will take that swelling down.
Use it on inflamed fingers, knees, wrists and shoulders. Anywhere the arthritis hurts.
The SGROW’s Healing Wavelengths
SGROW built 660 nm (red) and 850 nm (infrared) wavelengths into its most budget-friendly red light panel.
Peer-reviewed studies on carpal tunnel, arthritis, and muscle fatigue show 660 nm and 850 nm to be well within the healing range.
SGROW shielded the device’s electronics, so you can put the light right onto the painful area.
Arthritis Ages, but You Don’t Need to Show It
Red light therapy has an amazing ability to create energy at the cellular level.
When the cell receptors get enough light, the body triggers a mitochondria party.
Inflamed treatment spots get a rush of fresh blood carrying nutrients and oxygen
The light enables the body to heal itself.
When you apply this same process to the face, light therapy (in the SGROW’s wavelength ranges) reduces wrinkles and lines, and increases collagen and elastin.
Dermatologists use a laser delivery of the same wavelengths. The difference with LED bulbs is that you need longer treatment times.
Use the SGROW 20-30 minutes per session, one or two times per day.
One warning, though. Infrared can get warm, and you do not want heat on your skin.
Hold the light just far enough away from your face so that you reduce the heating effect.
With red light therapy, it is the photons and not the heat that do the work.
How to Get the Arthritis and Wrinkle Busting SGROW Red Light Therapy Panel (small) Here
Click the button to go to the SGROW panel page on Amazon.