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Have you used red light therapy/Beauty Angel (Planet Fitness)?

Started 1346893423.413 in Beauty Banter | Last reply 1346947887.09 by GreenEyedGirl
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I just took a tour of Planet Fitness and they have this booth that gives off red light and is supposed to help your face and body product collagin/elastin, help w/ cellulite, age spots, fine lines, wrinkles, and sun damage. The girl who took us on a tour said a member's stretch marks were almost gone. I googled this when I got home, and I didnt see anything about stretch marks, maybe she meant cellulite.

I'm fascinated.

Do you know anything about this? Is it similar to the light-stim face gadjets?

Fill me in!

TIA!

"It's never too late to be who you were meant to be."

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SilentDance1346893803.1514770 PostsRegistered 10/20/2008Location, location, location!

My planet fitness doesn't have this. I'm jealous.

:)


bow regard1346899380.263713 PostsRegistered 4/16/2009...the Long & Winding road.....

Cool! When I was ordering my replacement cord for my LightStim, I was talking to the guy who did the presentation on Q and I told him that I wished I could just bathe in the red lights....He chuckled.

Now, this sounds like you're somewhere my wish came true.... ;))) I'd definitely be taking a few red light baths.

Last edited on 9/5/2012

Last edited on 9/5/2012

LuvMyBoxer1346901669.6431618 PostsRegistered 1/4/2008

I bought a month unlimited red light therapy bed package at a local salon. Although I liked it...my skin felt nice and it seemed like something was happening (plumping?), it wasn't enough to justify the price. They were charging $60...you could use either the red or blue light beds. I'm tempted to go back to try one more time.

I don't have access to Planet Fitness, which is too bad because I heard that their prices are awesome.

GreenEyedG­irl1346947887.092140 PostsRegistered 11/19/2007Beautiful Maryland

Yes, for $20/ month you get unlimited access to all fitness equipment, red light therapy standing beds, tanning beds, and a massage chair room.

I did read where you had to keep up with the visits to the red light booth to see/maintain a difference in your skin.

I don't know where I've been - I had no idea this was out there. My first thought was: is it safe, and secondly, is it a scam...

"It's never too late to be who you were meant to be."

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