LED Light Therapy has been thoroughly tested, evaluated, and validated by hundreds of Universities, Medical Labs, and also NASA. There are over 2000 reports and research publications written on this technology. You can click here for a selection of the most relevant studies.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Is there any scientific proof of LED Light Therapy's effectiveness?
Does LED Light Therapy cause any pain or other side-effects?
No, LED Light Therapy is completely pain-free and free of side effects. It has a very soothing and calming effect.
Can LED Light Therapy damage my eyes?
RosaLight™ comes with built-in silicone eye-protectors that strongly minimize the amount of light that shines through to your eyes. Nevertheless, we recommend closing your eyes while using the device, just as an extra precaution. As long as you follow these instructions you can be 100% sure that there will not be any damage to your eyes, no matter how long and how frequently you use the mask.
What treatment protocol do you recommend for Rosacea?
We recommend starting the treatment three times a week for 5 minutes, using a different LED color among the red, the blue, and the yellow light during each treatment. You can then slowly build it up to 10-20 minutes per session 3-7 times a week, as desired.
Do you ship to my country?
Yes! We ship our product to every country in the world.
When will I receive my product?
Depending on where you live, our average shipping times are between 5 and 20 business days.
Below are the most typical time frames for your region.
USA: 5 - 10 business days average
UK: 5 - 10 business days average
Canada: 10 - 20 business days average
Europe: 10 - 20 business days average
Australia & New Zealand: 10 - 20 business days average
All Others: 15 - 30 business days average
Please note that those are just average times and depending on the current order volume, your location and other factors it can take longer than that in rare cases.
From time to time, customs agents may delay the delivery of packages at their discretion.
Can I use skincare products together with my RosaLight™?
Yes, you can. However, we recommend you apply them after the use of RosaLight™ in order to allow your skin to absorb more of the beneficial light waves.
I do not have Rosacea, can RosaLight™ still benefit me?
While we engineered RosaLight™ specifically to optimally work for Rosacea, since a lot of different skin conditions share common causes (increased inflammation, poor regulation of sebum production in the skin and some disturbance in the bacterial balance of the skin) many of our customers also used the device successfully on conditions such as Acne Vulgaris, Eczema, Psoriasis, Cystic Acne, Seborrheic Dermatitis and Vitiligo. Thanks to its Collagen and Elastin building effects it can also help with Scarring, Wrinkles, Melasma and Birthmarks.
If RosaLight™ does not work for me can I return it for a refund?
Absolutely! We fully believe in the effects of RosaLight™ and therefore decided to offer a full 90-Days Money-Back Guarantee. Should you not see any benefits when using the device during this period, you can simply return it for a full refund. No questions asked.
Is RosaLight™ safe to use with antibiotics or isotretinoin?
Since RosaLight™ is 100% UV-free, it should normally not interact with any medication. However, just to be sure it can be used in your particular case, we recommend consulting your physician before using it.
Is RosaLight™ safe to use during pregnancy or while breastfeeding?
Yes, light therapy is non-invasive and perfectly safe when pregnant and/or breastfeeding.
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Studies about Low Level LED Light Therapy
This is a small fraction of all the studies done about the effectiveness of Low Level LED Light Therapy:
Glynis Ablon, MD, FAAD. Phototherapy with Light Emitting Diodes. J Clin Aesthet Dermatol. 2018 Feb; 11(2): 21–27.J Clin Aesthet Dermatol. 2018 Feb; 11(2): 21–27
Daniel Barolet, MD. Light-Emitting Diodes (LEDs) in Dermatology. 2008; Semin Cutan Med Surg 27:227-238
Elisabetta Sorbellini, Mariangela Rucco, Fabio Rinaldi.Photodynamic and photobiological effects of light-emitting diode (LED) therapy in dermatological disease: an update.Lasers Med Sci. 2018; 33(7): 1431–1439
Alster TS, Wanitphakdeedecha R. Improvement of postfractional laser erythema with light-emitting diode photomodulation. Dermatol Surg. 2009 May;35(5):813-5. doi: 10.1111/j.1524-4725.2009.01137.x. Epub 2009 Apr 6.
Nancy T. Sacono MDS Carlos A.S. Costa PhD Vanderlei S. Bagnato PhD Fabio C.B. Abreu‐e‐Lima PhD. Light‐emitting diode therapy in chemotherapy‐induced mucositis. Lesers Surg. Med. 40:625–633, 2008.
Harry T. Whelan, Robert L. SmitsJr., Ellen V. Buchman, Noel T. Whelan, Scott G. Turner, David A. Margolis, Vita Cevenini, Helen Stinson, Ron Ignatius, Todd Martin, Joan Cwiklinski, Alan F. Philippi, William R. Graf, Brian Hodgson, Lisa Gould, Mary Kane, Gina Chen, and James Caviness. Effect of NASA Light-Emitting Diode Irradiation on Wound Healing. Journal of Clinical Laser Medicine & SurgeryVol. 19, No. 6. 2004 July.
Shin-ichiro Takezaki, Tokuya Omi, Shigeru Sato, Seiji Kawana. Light-emitting Diode Phototherapy at 630 ± 3 nm Increases Local Levels of Skin-homing T-cells in Human Subjects. Journal of Nippon Medical School. 2006 Volume 73 Issue 2 Pages 75-81
Robert A. Weiss MD, David H. McDaniel MD, Roy G. Geronemus MD, A. WEISS MARGARET MD, L. BEASLEY KAREN MD, Girish M. Munavalli MD, Supriya G. Bellew MD. Clinical Experience with Light‐Emitting Diode (LED) Photomodulation. Dermatologic Surgery. March 2006
Opel DR, Hagstrom E, Pace AK, Sisto K, Hirano-Ali SA, Desai S, Swan J. Light-emitting Diodes: A Brief Review and Clinical Experience. J Clin Aesthet Dermatol. 2015 Jun;8(6):36-44
Elke M. Vinck,Barbara J. Cagnie, Maria J. Cornelissen, Heidi A. Declercq, Dirk C. Cambier. Increased fibroblast proliferation induced by light emitting diode and low power laser irradiation. Lasers in Medical Science. May 2003, Volume 18, Issue 2, pp 95–99