Collagenic light

How does Dr. Müller Collagenic light work


Collagen is human protein made by fibroblast cells in the dermis layer of the skin. It is responsible for the optical tightness, elasticity and suppleness of the skin. Research proves that during the course of the aging process the skin loses its ability to produce collagen. As a consequence lines and fine wrinkles appear.

The Dr. Müller Collagenic Light lamps emit red light at a wavelength of 633 nanometers. This helps the skin to increase its production of collagen and elastin. The result is a firm skin with reduced lines, a younger appearance and healthier look.

Benefits of Dr.Müller Collagenic Light

Renewal of collagen and elastin fibres

Collagenic light reaches the deepest layer of the skin, the dermis layer, and this is the place where the production of the collagen protein takes place. Here the production of the collagen protein is activated. More collagen and elastin protein is made, which will give your skin a boost in its structural support.
Lee, S.Y. et al. – A prospective, randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blinded, and split-face clinical study on LED phototherapy for skin rejuvenation. | Download PDF

Diminishes lines and fine wrinkles and leads to visible anti-aging

The renewal of the collagen and elastin cell production increases the support of your skin tissue, causing fine lines in the skin to disappear and wrinkles to become less visible.
Russell, B.A. et al. – A study to determine the efficacy of light therapy in facial skin rejuvenation. | Download PDF

Makes your skin soft and tight

Research reports that your skin feels softer after taking sessions with collagen light. In the assessment of the overall tone, softness, smoothness, clarity and firmness of the skin in the treatment area, improvements in all these elements was reported.
Baez, F. et al. – The use of light therapy in the treatment of photo-aged skin.| Download PDF

Oxygenation and detoxification of the skin

Light at 633 nanometres increases the transfer of energy between your skin’s light absorbing molecules. The activated molecules cause your skin to react by increasing the oxygenation and detoxification of your skin.
Karu, T. – Primary and secondary mechanisms of action of visible to near-infrared light on cells. | Download PDF


Reduces deposits of cellulite

Red light at 633 nanometres helps decreasing skin conditions like cellulite or adiposes edematosa. The fat cells within the connective tissue that cause cellulite become less when taking sessions of collagen light.
Wang, K.J. et al. – Nonsurgical light therapy for face and body rejuvenation and cellulite & fat reduction. | Download PDF


Improvement of the skin’s moisture retention, suppleness and firmness

Due to an increase in collagen and elastin fibres, your skin becomes more firm. Your skin’s moisture retention will increase.
Wunsch, A et al. – A controlled trial to determine the efficacy of red and near-infrared light treatment in patient satisfaction, reduction of fine lines, wrinkles, skin roughness, and intradermal collagen density increase. | Download PDF


Increases the body’s natural skin renewal process

Collagenic light helps to decrease age spots, sunspots and other discoloration of the skin. It triggers the body’s natural skin renewal process. As collagen production is activated, skin cell renewal is activated as well causing discoloration to disappear.
Sadick, N.S. et al. – A study to determine the efficacy of a novel handheld light-emitting diode device in the treatment of photo-aged skin. | Download PDF


Increases wound healing

Collagenic light increases the rate of cellular regeneration. Injuries and injured skin tissue therefore recovers faster when being treated with red light at 633 nanometres.
Whelan, H.T. et al. – Effect of NASA light-emitting diode irradiation on wound healing. | Download PDF


Stimulates blood circulation

Collagenic light increases oxygenation and detoxification in our skin, mainly due to the energy that will be transferred through our skin cells. Research has proven that this also leads to better blood circulation. By relaxing the blood vessels in the treated areas, allowing the blood to flow more easily.
Yesman, S. S. et al. – Local changes in arterial oxygen saturation induced by visible and near-infrared light radiation. | Download PDF

Reduction of pore size

Research has proven that a significant number of people have noticed a reduction of pore size after being exposed to collagen light. Especially the pores in the facial area decreased in size.
Lask, G. et al. – The utilization of nonthermal blue (405-425) and red (633 nm) LED phototherapy in the treatment of mild to moderate acne vulgaris. | Download PDF


Feel good due to the release of Serotonin

Due to the exposure of bright light, your body boosts the production of the hormone Serotonin. Also called the Happy Hormone. We tend to feel happier and more energetic during summer days when we are outside enjoying the bright light.
Kripke,D.F. et al. – A breakthrough treatment for major depression. | Download PDF
Farhud, D.D. et al. – Happiness & Health: the biological factors – systematic review article. | Download PDF
Gupta, A. et al. – Role of serotonin in seasonal affective disorder. | Download PDF

Helps with weight loss

Serotonin suppresses your appetite. Research has proven that people with obesity that have been given increased levels of Serotonin during a research period of 24 weeks, decreased their food intake and lost weight.
Blundell, J. E. – Serotonin and appetite. | Download PDF
Rozenblit, S.S. et al. – Food anticipatory activity and synchronized the food-entrainable oscillator during time-restricted feeding. | Download PDF

Relieves pain

The warmth of the Collagenic lamps make muscles more flexible and are an aid for myalgia. It eases stiffness, and works as a pain reliever in case of rheumatism, arthritis and muscular pain.
Kim, W.S. et al. – Is light-emitting diode phototherapy (led-lllt) really effective. | Download PDF

Increased muscle recovery

Collagenic light and its warmth have a favourable impact on connective and skeletal muscle tissue damage after a workout  and enhances stress resilience following intense resistance exercise.
Lopez, H.L. et al. – Effects of BioCell Collagen on connective tissue protection and functional recovery from exercise in healthy adults. | Download PDF
Olivier, N. et al. – Evaluation of muscle oxygenation by near infrared spectroscopy in patients with facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophy. | Download PDF