FAQ’s Pain Relief

Yes, light therapy is proven to be safe and effective for all. It is chemical and drug free and provides a natural treatment. All of our devices are FDA Compliant for safety and efficacy.

Light therapy is both clinically proven and medically recognized for its benefits for its amazing benefits. Light Therapy is a proven treatment mechanism for anti-aging and photo-rejuvenation, acne treatment, pain management and recovery.

Everyone is different, and some people’s bodies react quicker than others. However many users experience pain relief after the first use.

Infrared Lights are the most powerful spectrum of light. These lights fall outside the human vision spectrum and are not visible to the human eye. If the other lights on the device are working correctly, the IR lights are doing their thing.

Device may be used multiple times per day. Do not exceed 3 treatments per day.

Yes, Light Therapy is proven to increase the effectiveness and absorption of creams by up to 1200%. If your cream has retinol, SPF or other light sensitive ingredient we recommend using after light therapy treatment.

LED lights are very sustainable and have a 30,000 hour average life span. These devices should provide years of quality performance. 

No, the lights need to be placed next to the skin to ensure maximum efficacy.

Yes, LED Light Therapy relieves foot pain and provides support to nerves, muscles, and tissues by increasing circulation. This increase of nutrient and oxygen rich blood flow has been proven to restore sensation in the foot, leading to better balance and mobility!

Yes, Infrared therapy is a safe and effective way to reduce pain and treat a wide array of conditions. Studies confirm it to be a safe, effective, and drug-free way for long-lasting pain relief.

To see results, make sure you’re using your device the minimum recommended 3-5 times per week. Sessions should generally be between 10-20 minutes long. While the more frequent the sessions the better (every day is ideal), increasing the length of individual sessions has not been shown to increase efficacy.

Red light therapy is generally considered safe, even though researchers aren’t exactly sure how and why it works. There are no set rules on how much light to use. Too much light may damage skin tissue, but too little might not work as well.

In the morning: Using red light therapy in the morning, similar to the sunrise, suppresses melatonin (the sleep hormone) and gives you the energy to start the day.
In the evening: Using red light therapy in the evening at least 60 minutes before bed (1-2 hours before seems to be optimal).

Yes, As a Class II medical device, the Bright Light therapy devices are FDA cleared. The FDA regulates any “medical claims” made by device manufacturers.