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      Low-Level Laser Devices For Anti-Aging and Beautiful Skin

      the past, those seeking to turn back the hands of time had to turn to Botox / Restylane injections, harmful chemicals or expensive medical procedures. But today, more and more are turning to the rejuvenating power of light therapy.

      To understand how lasers work, we first have to understand what a laser is. “Laser” is an acronym for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation. The idea of a laser can be traced back to Albert Einstein’s theoretical work in the beginning of the 20th century. He predicted that it would be possible to stimulate electrons to emit light of a specific wavelength. Laser light is therefore light, but a very specific type of light.

      For us, the most natural form of healing light is the sun. The beneficial light energy from the sun is a primary source of cellular energy for most life forms on earth. Sunlight is non-coherent light that encompasses light ranging from the ultraviolet range to the infrared range and everything in between (visible light range). The light energy emitted by laser devices is coherent monochrome light oscillating in harmony that falls into specific wavelengths already found in the spectrum of sunlight, but does not include skin-damaging ultraviolet A and B wavelengths. The different laser wavelengths dictate the depth of penetration through specific substances (such as human tissue). This form of light provides better penetration of the top layers of the skin and can stimulate the low layers of the skin where problems normally form. With cosmetic lasers the light energy is absorbed into the skin where the cells use it to product ATP or cellular ener

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