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You may have heard your friends or dermatologist mention red light therapy, or even blue or green light therapy, and how you can use different color lights to treat various skin problems. We’re here to dive in and help explain what red light therapy is, how it works and explore if it’s something you should consider for yourself.


Red light therapy is a proven method of reducing fine lines and wrinkles, backed by substantial research and clinical studies.

Light therapy for skin was originally discovered by NASA in an effort to find a solution for growing plants and feeding astronauts in space so they enlisted the expertise of plant biologists, who in seeking the answers, looked to LED (light emitting diodes).

Once LEDs proved to be successful in plant growth, NASA investigated the use of LED therapy in tissue healing and found positive results also.  This research fueled the development of innovative and powerful LEDs that are now used in a variety of aesthetic applications and light therapies for skin.

In particular, red lights have proven to be an effective LED light facial treatment because it can reduce fine lines and wrinkles.

Let’s nerd out for a second and look at how red light therapy works.

Each color of light naturally possesses a different wavelength that penetrates the skin at a specific depth.

Below is a diagram of the light spectrum. The human eye is able to only see a small portion of wavelengths as depicted below.

Electromagnetic spectrum depicting the portion of wavelengths visible to the human eye.


Light in the color wavelengths of red, amber and infrared light can actually penetrate the dermal layer, which is the layer responsible for collagen and elastin production.

In aesthetic applications, like the Trinity Wrinkle Reducer, red light is emitted through LEDs which produce light energy with very little heat, providing a non-invasive, comfortable experience for the user. It is a safe treatment option for people who wish to naturally and effectively reduce fine lines and wrinkles and improve their overall appearance.

Check out the Trinity Wrinkle Reducer for yourself!


Red light treatments can help you decrease full facial wrinkles including around the eye, mouth, and forehead areas.

Let’s dive in and take a look at some of the amazing results achieved using red light treatments with the Trinity Wrinkle Reducer.

Diminished forehead wrinkles- results after 60 days

Minimized crow’s feet – results after 60 days

If you’re wondering how to get these kinds of results, check out this video to see how easy it is to use the Trinity Wrinkle Reducer.


If you are starting to notice any fine lines or wrinkles just about anywhere on your face, you should consider red light treatments. Real people just like you enjoy using red light therapy at-home with the NuFACE Trinity Wrinkle Reducer – see some of their feedback for yourself.

“Add this attachment to your Trinity and enjoy the benefits of seeing fine lines and wrinkles. I use it nightly and have seen great results.” – Cindy via

“I have been using this daily for about two weeks and the lines have become more subtle. Also, my face appears plumper. I have dry, sensitive skin but haven’t had any problems with using the microcurrent and LED therapy together.” – Maggiemakeup88 via

“Game Changer! Wrinkle eraser is more like it!!! Just another wonderful product from NuFACE! I noticed a change in my fine lines in just one week.” – Anonymous via

Advanced Red Light Therapy Treatments

In addition to the at-home red light treatments you can get with the NuFACE Trinity Wrinkle Reducer, there are also more advanced treatments you can get from your dermatologist or aesthetician.

In our local San Diego area, we have amazing day spas and medispas that offer advanced light therapy treatments you and your girlfriends should definitely try, or look for in your local area.

ZenSpa – San Diego

Planet Beach –  Mission Beach, San Diego

Lumiere Facial and Cyber Relax Chair at Planet Beach in San Diego, CA.

Source: Planet Beach


As we mentioned earlier, in addition to red light therapy, there are other colors on the spectrum of light that have benefits for your skin as well.

Blue LED Light Therapy

Blue Light Therapy is frequently used to treat mild-to-moderate acne. Blue light administered between 415 and 420 nm wavelengths reduces whiteheads and blemishes but leaves the good bacteria intact.

Green LED Light Therapy

Theoretically, green light targets melanocytes which are melanin-producing cells located in the bottom layer of the skin’s epidermis. Basically, green light targets dark circles, pigmentation, broken capillaries and sunspots. It can calm irritated or over-stimulated skin.

As you can see, whatever your skin concern, it’s likely that you can address it using light therapy.
If you’re ready to address your fine lines and wrinkles using red light therapy, check out the Trinity Wrinkle Reducer – it comes with a 1-year warranty and money-back guarantee, but our hunch is you won’t need it and will be obsessed with your new youthful-looking skin!


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