HOW DOES A COLD LASER WORK?
Low energy lasers (LLLT) or "cold lasers" are a non-invasive, painless, drug-free solution used in a wide range of therapies, including acute and chronic pain, body shaping, acne and reduction of cellulite visibility.
Receptors located in the cellular energy producing mitochondrion are able to absorb light at a specific wavelength. These receptors should be treated like other drug receptors. When we take medications, their components are absorbed by the body and localize the specific receptor based on the molecular structure and bind to this receptor. When the drug binds to the receptor, a secondary reaction occurs inside the cell. A similar mechanism can be observed when the body is exposed to light of a certain color. During therapy, light penetrates the skin and is then absorbed by the appropriate receptor. As a result of this stimulation, cell energy production increases, biochemical reactions, protein synthesis and growth factors occur, as well as cell proliferation and increased blood and oxygen flow.