660NM wavelength


The penetrating power of 660nm is slightly deeper than that of 630nm wavelength, which can go deep into the whole range of skin tissue to promote healing and regeneration.

Reduce training fatigue:

The 660nm wavelength combined with the 830nm near-infrared wavelength has been shown to delay the development of muscle fatigue and enhance skeletal muscle performance. (Athletes, take note.)

Reduce inflammation:

In a study examining the effects of red light therapy on pleurisy, the 660 nm wavelength was found to have an anti-inflammatory effect.

Improves bone healing:

The 660nm wavelength promotes bone cell resorption and formation around the site of repair without causing any changes to the bone structure.

Reduce swelling after injury:

In one study, the 660 nm wavelength was found to reduce inflammation and swelling by reducing the number of inflammatory cells that contribute to the formation of swelling.

Relieve neuropathic pain:

A study investigating sciatica in rats found that the 660 nm wavelength significantly helped reduce pain.

Accelerated wound healing:

The 660 nm wavelength has been shown to increase the formation of new blood vessels and enhance collagen deposition to aid in wound healing.

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