Light Therapy: How To Beat Tiredness

Check out the brand new therapy that reduces wrinkles and even boosts energy levels

4 September 2014

For years, it was the medical world’s best kept secret to reducing wrinkles and boosting energy levels, and now blue light therapy is set to go mainstream with a host of new gadgets and treatments capitalising on its fix-all wonders.

Research has shown that just 10 to 20 minutes of blue light exposure per day is enough to stimulate the production of serotonin, which lifts the mood and leaves you feeling alert and motivated.

Better yet, blue light therapy has powerful anti-bacterial properties that decongest and purify the skin, helping to normalise oil production, deep cleanse clogged pores and even reverse the visible signs of ageing. Katherine Jenkins, our fabulous w&h cover star, swears by it.

So shine a blue light on your problem with these top at-home light therapy treatments…

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