Red Light Therapy

What is Red Light Therapy?

Red light therapy is an innovative form of light therapy that has only recently gained mainstream acceptance. This form of therapy uses specific wavelengths of light in the red and infrared spectrum to stimulate biological changes in the body. These changes are believed to cause the skin improvements that people experience when using red light therapy.


People use red light therapy on the skin for a variety of conditions, including:


  • Promoting wound healing
  • Reducing psoriasis symptoms
  • Improving melasma
  • Reducing post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation
  • Reducing wrinkles and lines
  • Improving skin strength and elasticity
  • Improving acne
  • Improving scarring and stretch marks
  • Reducing age spots

MitoPro 300+ Series

Available only from Mito Red, the award-winning MitoPRO+ series incorporates the four most bio-active wavelengths

  • 630nm / 660nm (Red) and
  • 830nm / 850nm (Near Infrared)

This unique configuration drives enhanced efficacy by delivering increased light energy at the parts of the spectra which maximize cytochrome c oxidase activation.

Connect with a certified Dermatologist online from the comfort of your home!

Don’t wait months to see a dermatologist in person.

Connect with a Dermatologist online from the comfort of your home.

No referral from a family doctor is necessary.

Available in Canada and the UK

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Clear Skin Awaits!

Now that your equipped with the knowledge of using the low-dose regimen to clear your acne, you can request a prescription from a certified dermatologist from the comfort of your home.

For Canadians, please click the Canadian link to be connected with a Dermatologist in Canada

For Residents of the UK, please click the UK Link to be connected to a Dermatologist in the United Kingdom.


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