FDA-Approved, Safe and Effective
Red Light Therapy
TIGHTEN SKIN, REDUCE CELLULITE, CONTOUR YOUR BODY
Red Light Therapy is a gentle and effective way to rejuvenate your skin. In a recent study, 91% of subjects reported improved skin tone following treatment. Why? Because it stimulates the production of new collagen at the cellular level — yielding plumper, tighter, more radiant skin! Plus, studies have shown a 71% reduction in cellulite size when Red Light Therapy is combined with massage.
It’s like a mini spa day, with results that last
Safe and Clinically Proven
Clinical studies show that when a fat cell is exposed to a specific wavelength of red light, it releases 99% of its contents within just a few minutes. Called photobiostimulation, this process leaves the cell deflated — like an empty balloon!
Additional clinical studies have shown that clients can experience significant inch loss through Red Light Therapy. Once the fat is released from the cell, it is eliminated by the lymphatic system — leaving you smaller and better toned in the treatment area.
Accelerate Your Progress
When you add Red Light Therapy to Evolve180’s fat loss plans, you’ll receive a measurable boost to your results. Plus, Evolve180’s Red Light device is the most innovative design available, delivering more light energy than any other system in its category.
“I received 12 treatments with the infrared light over the course of about 6 weeks. Not only did I lose inches to the point where my clothes were loose, the best thing was how it improved my cellulite. I can wear a bathing suit again without feeling self conscious about my legs!” – Melanie D.
- Fat liquefaction: effect of low-level laser energy on adipose tissue, Neira R1, Arroyave J, Ramirez H.
- Independent evaluation of low-level laser therapy at 635 nm for non-invasive body contouring of the waist, hips, and thighs. McRae E1, Boris J.
- Fat liquefaction: effect of low-level laser energy on adipose tissue. Ortiz CL, Solarte E, Sequeda F, Gutierrez MI.
- Effect of 635nm Low-level Laser Therapy on Upper Arm Circumference Reduction. Mark S. Nestor, MD, PhD; Matthew B. Zarraga, DO; Hyunhee Park, DO