Did you know? Red Light vs infrared sauna.
Updated: Jan 13
Halotherapy is an infrared sauna and red light therapy uses near-infrared light. While the two therapies may sound similar, they have very different applications!
Red Light Therapy (TheraLight)
TheraLight uses 4 targeted wavelengths of red and near-infrared light in 10 minutes to target cellular repair. During red light therapy, you will be provided an eye mask and lie in a chamber for the duration of the session. It doesn’t feel warm, but the light gets quite bright! Red light therapy (also known as PBMT) directly eliminates free radicals and decreases oxidative stress, widely understood to be the foundation of all disease. Regular red light therapy sessions can improve your nervous, circulatory and musculoskeletal function by reducing pain and helping your cells produce energy (ATP) more efficiently. Boosted immunity, clearer skin, injury repair, wound and scar healing and reduced inflammation are all possible with red light therapy!
Halotherapy is an infrared salt sauna designed to detox the body by inducing a sweat. Halotherapy sessions are 45 minutes long, and you will feel quite warm! You are free to move around the sauna, change the colors of the unit to suit your mood, and enjoy a Bluetooth speaker. As the infrared heat warms your body, salt is dispensed into the air to expand the airways, reduce respiratory bacteria and improve congestion, allergies, and respiratory function.