Red Light Anti-Aging Treatment Video

A new hand-held device, the Tända Regenerate Anti-Aging Light Therapy Treatment, can also help restore skin. Plastic surgeon Dr. Drew Ordon demonstrates the Tända system.
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Red Light Anti-Aging Treatment Dr. Drew Ordon: We have a neat device here with us today. It’s the Tanda LED 660 nanometers. It’s a light therapy. It’s similar to what I do in the office with photo facials. Okay, here we go. Jim, you look like you want a treatment. Dr. Jim Sears: Yeah. Dr. Drew Ordon: Alright, come on over I will apply this, so we’re going to make your skin look like baby’s butt here. Dr. Jim Sears: No, I’m just kidding. Dr. Drew Ordon: So what you do you need to put this on, apply a light therapy similar— Dr. Jim Sears: And what is it doing? Dr. Drew Ordon: What is it doing? Infrared light is actually stimulating your collagen, your elastin, if you’re good about it if you use it. It will soften your skin, reduce the fine lines and wrinkles but you have to be good about it. You have to do it for at least 30 days and it's subtle changes. Dr. Lisa Masterson: It’s kind of like the maintenance like you know getting — Dr. Drew Ordon: It is and you need to combine it with the other things. We always talk about good diet, exercise, sleep and taking care of your skin. We have pictures of how this does worked for some people who are very happy with the results. Dr. Lisa Masterson: Look at that. Dr. Drew Ordon: So you can see that, that if you’re good about it and you stick with it for at least 30 days, you can get some results. This is the Tanda anti-aging light therapy system. I know you want one of this, don’t you Travis? Dr. Travis Stork: I’ll use it morning, noon and night.

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