Introducing the BR Sunspa Poly Red Light Therapy

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Poly Red Light Therapy is the release of anti-aging red light wavelengths through the skin. This kindles cellular rejuvenation by increasing blood flow and stimulating collagen and elastin. It also stimulates the skin by reaching out to the mitochondria (the cell’s powerhouse). It is here that the energy of the cell is generated. Once inside the mitochondria, it triggers the skin to improve the appearance of the skin.

POLY stands for Polychromatic Light Therapy System. It is the latest development in LED light therapy. It is used by dermatologists, plastic surgeons, chiropractors, and estheticians. It is FDA-approved and has a proven track record for skin rejuvenation. It removes acne scars, reduces lines and wrinkles, and rejuvenates skin, which makes you look younger.

Red light easily enters the skin, which increases circulation, and provides nutrients in the area. Stimulation of collagen and elastin helps the skin to become plump and firm. POLY energizes the skin and repairs damaged cells, bringing back the skin’s youthful look.

Other names for Red Light Therapy are:

Photobiomodulation (PBM)

Low-level Light Therapy (LLLT)

Soft Laser Therapy

Cold Laser Therapy


Photonic Stimulation

Low-power Laser Therapy (LPLT)

Red-light beds found at salons like BR SunSpa help reduce cosmetic skin issues, like wrinkles and stretch marks. In medicine, it is used to treat more serious conditions like psoriasis, slow-healing wounds, and chemotherapy side effects.

POLY Red Light Therapy is different from other laser or IPL (Intense Pulse Light) therapies since it doesn’t damage the skin’s surface. It directly stimulates the regeneration of the skin by penetrating around 5mm below the surface.

Below are a few of POLY Red Light Therapy benefits:

Promotes wound healing

Improves hair growth in people with androgenic alopecia

Treatment for short-term relief of carpal tunnel syndrome

Boosts healing of slow-healing wounds, such as diabetic foot ulcers

Reduces psoriasis lesions

Relieves morning stiffness and pain associated with rheumatoid arthritis

Some cancer treatment side effects are reduced, including oral mucositis

Builds collagen to diminish wrinkles and improves skin complexion

Helps to mend sun damage

It prevents recurring cold sores caused by herpes (simplex virus infections)

Improves the health of joints in people with degenerative osteoarthritis of the knee

Helps diminish scars

Reduces pain and inflammation in people with Achilles’ tendon pain


POLY RLT is usually not covered by your health insurance. Verify with your insurance first before treatment.

This is not a one-time treatment. You might be treated one-three times a week for weeks or months.

Results will vary for each individual. Everyone’s skin is different. It will also depend on how the wavelength penetrates your skin.

See your doctor first to get a diagnosis and discuss apt treatment options.

Based on current scientific research, RLT is a good tool to add to your skincare regimen. Be mindful to check with your doctor to start something new. You can buy RLT devices online, but it is best to get your doctor’s opinion before trying to self-treat.

You may contact BR SunSpa at to get more information about their custom spray tanning, sunless tanning, and POLY Red Light Therapy. Visit the website to learn more

About author
The author, Dr. David K Simson is a trained radiation oncologist specializing in advanced radiation techniques such as intensity-modulated radiotherapy (IMRT), image-guided radiotherapy (IGRT), volumetric modulated arc therapy (VMAT) / Rapid Arc, stereotactic body radiotherapy (SBRT), stereotactic radiotherapy (SRT), stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS). He is also experienced in interstitial, intracavitary, and intraluminal brachytherapy.