The seven-color light spectrum is known in the beauty field as spectrotherapy or light therapy
The seven-color light spectrum is used as a therapy in the beauty field and is known as spectrotherapy or light therapy. The treatment, which uses different wavelengths of light, is said to improve skin problems, promote cell regeneration and repair, and improve skin health. Different colors of light are thought to have different effects, here are some common colors and their possible roles:
Red light: It is thought to help stimulate collagen production and promote skin firmness and elasticity while helping to reduce wrinkles and fine lines.
Blue light: Often used to treat acne and inflammatory skin problems. Blue light is thought to kill acne-causing bacteria under the epidermis, thereby reducing the onset of acne.
Green light: Used to reduce skin redness and sensitivity, has a calming and soothing effect. It is also thought to help even out skin tone.
Yellow light: Used to improve the complexion, lighten the skin, and may also help reduce dark spots and dark circles under the eyes.
Violet light: Violet light has antiseptic and anti-inflammatory effects and can be used to treat problems such as acne.
Orange light: Orange light is believed to promote lymphatic circulation, help detoxify and deeply cleanse the skin.
Blue-green light (blue light) : This light has a role between blue and green light, and can have both antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effects.
It is important to note that although seven-color light spectrum therapy is widely discussed and used in the beauty community, scientific research is not clear about its true effects and mechanisms. Some studies support the improvement of light therapy for some skin problems, but there are also problems with inconsistent study methods and small sample sizes. In addition, the effectiveness of light therapy may vary from individual to individual.
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