How Does It Work?

Fibroblasts

Are Cells

Fibroblasts are cells that use amino acids to produce collagen in our bodies. It requires a lot of energy, which naturally occurs from ATP production in the mitochondria of our cells.

633nm

wavelength of

Red Light

633nm wavelength of red light and 830nm wavelength of infra-red light stimulate the mitochondria in our cells. Now, mitochondria is able to attract light, oxygen, and nutrients from the food we eat and from simply fresh air and sun and to turn it into a powerful and necessary energy our bodies can use through the process of cellular respiration.

So by using these very precise wavelengths of light- the mitochondria in our cells can produce energy more efficiently, resulting in a high speed and higher quality collagen production by our fibroblast cells.

Examined In

Clinical Trials &

Laboratory Studies

This natural acceleration in collagen production from these precise wavelengths of red and near infrared light has been examined in countless clinical trials and laboratory studies, the benefits of higher levels of naturally produced collagen can be seen clearly in our skin- presenting the fountain of youth.