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The Viorelli story

People have been using light as medicine for centuries.


In years gone by, nurses would wheel bedridden hospitalised patients out into the sun to help them feel better. Also, think about the fact that plants need sunlight to grow, how solar panels turn the sun into energy that can power your home, and how the human body responds to UVB to generate vitamin D3. Today, however, it is estimated that the average adult spends more than 90% of their day indoors. But just as we are missing out on the power of UVB to create vitamin D3, we are also missing out on the health benefits of red light. Red light, both the waves you see and the near-infrared you don’t see, do many things, including generating mitochondria, collagen and elastin within the skin and body.

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Whilst most people are now aware that you need to take vitamin D supplements if you don’t go outdoors enough, we at Viorelli want to make it public knowledge that you also need to get plenty of both the red part and the near-infrared part of the light spectrum too.


By sharing the science of light, we want to spread awareness of its healing powers. After all, our founder, Steve Bennett, even wrote about it in his health book Primal Cure, some six years ago.


At Viorelli, our red light therapy employs a range of wavelengths within the visible red and invisible near-infrared spectrum, enabling us to target specific skin concerns, aches and pains: all with precision.


Our red light therapy, also known as low-level laser therapy or photobiomodulation, is designed to stimulate the body’s natural healing processes. This is achieved by delivering low-level red light that penetrates the skin and is absorbed by cells, triggering a variety of biochemical responses.

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