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Is your Pet living a happy healthy life?

09 Oct, 2023
Dogs | Cats | Small Animals

Looking for a non-invasive way to help your pets manage their pain or anxiety- all from the comfort of your own couch? A 10 minute treatment with HeaLEDs Non-Invasive at home red light Therapy could make all the difference!

By combining red and infrared light we are able to stimulate blood flow and the circulation of lymphatic systems, which speed up the healing process and leads to a higher degree of recovery! It’s a rejuvenation technique that works and is entirely painless and even relaxing!

Used for many years on human sufferers. This is a tried, tested and proven method of pain relief.
Not only is HeaLED becoming a very popular product in Vet Clinics but because of its light-weight, easy to use, flexible coats and wraps make it perfect for at home use!


HeaLED LED Light Therapy works within the skin on a cellular level; part of the cells called the mitochondria or sometimes known as the ‘Power Generators’ of cells create energy within the body from the targeted wavelengths of light. This reaction within the body has been proven to speed up cellular repair; which promotes healing in the skin and muscle tissue.

You maybe wondering if red light therapy is safe?

If you’re talking about HeaLED Pets Red light therapy, then the answer is YES! No harmful UV rays are released from the devices, and it’s tested to an international standard guaranteeing eye safety.

In fact, exposing your pets skin to this cool wavelength has been proven to have several beneficial effects on the skin. It’s a rejuvenation technique that works and is entirely painless and even relaxing for anxious pets.

If your also wondering “does light therapy work?”, we’ve got you covered! This is how each of the frequencies helps your Pets to heal!

Red light benefits

Red light (633nm) is visible to the naked eye. As well as boosting cell reproduction, it also activates fibroblasts for increased collagen, elastin, and hyaluronic acid. Red light also increases blood circulation for better wound healing, increased oxygenation, and better delivery of nutrients.

Near infra-red light benefits

Near-infrared light is optimal for skin anti-ageing as it penetrates deeper than other wavelengths. You wouldn’t be able to see this light with a naked eye, but it’s combined in the LEDs in HeaLEDs L.E.D. with the red light. It’s responsible for your cells producing better quality offspring and deeper wound healing for skin and pain. It has also been shown to improve hair growth when combined with other therapies.
“In comparison to blue or yellow light, red light frequencies travel the deepest. It stimulates collagen at a deeper level, so you’re getting better results that last longer.”

How Does Light Therapy Work?

LED works by triggering your pets skin’s healing response to create customised regeneration, repair and rejuvenation! By utilising the healing effects of a certain wavelength produced by our LED systems, we allow your pets to heal more effectively and regulate the symptoms of old age. When considering the benefits of LED therapy for your pet, know that when applying red (633nm) and infrared light (830nm) and targeting different cells within the body, our products create an anti-inflammatory response.

LED light therapy is not a new science and will work within the body to;
• Reduces healing time by increasing blood flow, therefore stimulating both the circulatory and lymphatic systems
• Increases collagen production and elasticity of the skin leaving pets with reduced scarring
• Triggers an anti-inflammatory response in the body easing pain in stiff joints
• Clinically proven to work
• Non-invasive - promotes a natural healing response in the body
• Pain free
• Drug free
• No side-effects
• Easy to use
• Extremely low cost per treatment - this device is built to last
• Enhances the benefits of existing treatments such as Physiotherapy and supplements

Keen to keep reading? Come visit HeaLED Pets at the Pet Show, Sydney!

By Taya Jane, for HeaLED Pets.

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