Golden Goddess / Evolve Red Light Therapy Systems

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What is red light therapy ?

Red light therapy has been around for over 50 years, it is a low power monochromatic light therapy that uses photon energy in the Red band of light ( 620nm to 700nm ) to synthesize adenosine triphosphate (ATP). ATP is used to transfer energy to cells which in turn powers metabolic processes, DNA synthesis, RNA synthesis, protein synthesis, enzyme synthesis, and fibroblast up to 300% . Fibroblast is a cell ubiquitous in connective tissue that makes collagen as well as elastic fibers. Collagen is the principal protein of the skin, tendons, cartilage, bone, and connective tissues. Collagen is the main protein that gives tissue its firmness. Elastic Fiber also refereed to as Elastin Fiber by many publications, is a fiber in connective tissue rich in elastic proteins and is what give tissue its elasticity / flexibility.


What is 660nm red light therapy effective at treating ?

Red light therapy is effective at treating many conditions and new benefits to it are found all the time there is research being conducted continually on red light therapy. Below are just a few conditions know to be helped by red light therapy. Note: you will see approximately 3x better results for most of these conditions using the LED panels due to the higher output levels of photon energy.

Other benefits reported from clients also include feeling more energized, having dramatically softer skin, sleeping better, and a better sense of well being.


Who uses red light therapy systems ?


Highest output power

Golden Goddess / Evolve red light collagen plus systems offer the highest output power in full body therapy systems in the world !!! Our 100 Watt 620nm lamps outperform the competitions 160 watt lamps by over 30% in output and our 660nm lamps outperform the competion by over 60% !!! If you want the absolute best for your customers the choice is simple !!!


Why is output power important ?

Output power in monochromatic light therapy systems is important due to two main factors. Number one being the penetration depth of the photon energy, more power equals deeper penetration which equals better results. More penetration also allows treatment of cells deeper in the body. Secondly more power equals less session time. A 620nm competitors lamp will output 7 mw/cm^2 of photon energy by the time it gets to the bottom layer of the epidermis it will be reduced to approximately 3 mw/cm^2. To get a full 5 joule dose of red light therapy to just the bottom layer of your epidermis you'd have to go 28 Minutes per session, and this is presuming that you have light toned skin. With our 660nm lamps the output 15 mw/cm^2 of photon energy at the lamp and approximately 12 mw/cm^2 at the bottom layer of the epidermis you'd only have to go 7 minutes. 660nm light is not affected by dark skin tone and will get the same benefit as someone with a light skin tone.

SESSION TIME FORMULA: ( ( 5 JOULE * 1000 ) / lamp output / 60 = session minutes )



What is the difference between 620nm , 633nm, 640nm, 660nm, 670nm Red Lights ?

The difference in the light is the wavelength in nanometers, usually abreviated nm. Each wavelength of light creates different biological responses.

620nm - 633nm is generally used for full body redlight therapy and some LED devices for the reduction of wrinkles and minor pain relief it is very hyped up even though there is very little scientific research that has been done with it and its effectiveness. 620nm - 633nm in studies is show to stimulate ATP production but at a much lower level than other wavelengths, it's also blocked by water and tissue very easily so it does not penetrate very deep into underlying tissue. The few studies that have been done have shown 620nm - 633nm wavelength to penetrate approximately 3 to 4 millimeters, and is also the only wavelength that the darker the skin tone the less effective it is.

640nm - 670nm is what most medical devices use. It is the most researched wavelength of red light. 640nm, 660nm, and 670nm red light therapy penetrates far deeper ( 3 to 4 times more) than 620nm - 633nm for a total of 9 to 16 millimeters of penetration, this is due to the fact it penetrates water and tissue better. 640nm - 670nm light therapy has been used in many clinical studies and is found to be extremely effective for many applications from wrinkle reduction to wound healing to treatment for inflamatory conditions. ATP synthesis is 2 to 4 times better at 660nm than it is at 620nm - 633nm.

Why are your units 660nm ?

660nm in studies has been shown to penetrate the deepest by almost 30% more than 670nm. Although it has about 30% less biological effectiveness than 670nm which is the best wavelength for ATP synthesis. The reason for choosing 660nm was simple, more penetration ment more healing and to offset the effective of 660nm not being as effective as 670nm we just has to increase session time 30% which really is not all that long. This way we are able to get maximum results with the deepest penetration possible.



Is red light therapy safe ?

Yes, the FDA has cleared Low Level Laser Therapies ( AKA- Red Light therapy ). It has been studied for over 50 years and there are NO known side effects to Red Light Therapy. Even though there is no known dangers of side effects and it is used to treat conditions of the eye, we do not recommend using the devices without eye protection. There is no ionizing radiation emitted from red light therapy, it only emits non-ionizing radiaton which is in the visible light spectrum and is completly safe as show by the first graph below. The second graph below represents the light output of the 660nm collagen plus lamps. If you have any medical conditions or are using it for eye treatment we strongly suggest you consult your doctor before use if you have any medical conditions. If they have any questions or concerns please feel free to have them contact us.




Why do your lamps look more puple than red like other companies ?

Red is the last visable color in the spectrum, 633 nm is where the eye is most sensative and sees red light the best. All competitor full body lamps are 616nm - 620nm peak wavelength. Every Competitors lamp we have tested that has been labeled 633nm is in fact a 616nm - 620nm lamp. Our Lamps are at the top of the red color range 660nm which makes it very difficult for the eye to see properly which causes the lamps to look purplish. Due to this fact as well the lamps may not appear to some people as being as bright even though they are putting out almost twice the photon energy.


Why do your lamps look White after a few minutes ?

Again this has to do with the eye, your pupils will start to contract and due to the flood of redlight they will start to look white and other colors light a blue ceiling light will look greenish white etc... this is all due to your eye adjusting to the light and the intensity. There is no know negative side affects to this . We do recomend wearing deeply tinted sunglasses at minimum while using the units.


Reference, Research Articles, & Studies

Green Tea and Red Light—A Powerful Duo in Skin Rejuvenation

Effects of 670 nm Phototherapy on Development

Biostimulatory Windows in Low-Intensity Laser Activation

Phototherapy with blue (415 nm) and red (660 nm) light in the treatment of acne vulgaris

Effects of Continuous-Wave (670-nm) Red Light on Wound Healing

DARPA Soldier Self Care: Rapid Healing of Laser Eye Injuries Emitting Diode Technology

From Microtornadoes to Facial Rejuvenation: Implication of Interfacial Water Layers

NASA Light-Emitting Diodes for the Prevention of Oral Mucositis

NASA Light Emitting Diode Medical Applications From Deep Space to Deep Sea

NASA Light-Emitting Space Flight and Diode Terrestrial Medical Program Applications

Photobiomodulation Directly Benefits Primary Neurons Functionally Inactivated by Toxins

Harnessing the cell’s own ability to repair and prevent neurodegenerativedisease

The Efficacy of Laser Therapy in Wound Repair: A Meta-Analysis of the Literature