Imagine you walked into your local grocery store, and grabbed some of your usuals.
Some eggs, some veggies, a little coconut oil.
It seems like a normal day, until you get to the teller...
$1000 for a 6 pack of eggs!?
If you're like most people, you'd quickly put the eggs back. There's no ways you'd spend that much money on eggs!
Now imagine a different scenario:
You walk past a fancy car dealership, and they're having a sale:
"Any Ferrari for $1000!"
How many would you buy? And if you didn't have the money on you, what would you do to get $1000?
You see in both situations mentioned above, the price was $1000, but the difference between these two scenarios lies in the value you are getting.
So Where Does Red Light Therapy Sit On The Egg:Ferrari Scale?
To get an idea of the value you'll get from a red light therapy device, let's consider it against a common health purchase for many of us:
Supplements, such as magnesium, fish oil, or creatine, make sense as they help to maintain healthy nutrient levels where our food and water quality don’t provide enough.
When you work out the costs of supplements though, it’s quite easy to spend $50 or more every month as soon as you have a few that you use regularly.
Now while some of these may work, the honest truth is that most supplements don’t have much, if any, scientific data to back up their claims.
With red light therapy, yes - there is an initial cost to get a device, but after that your running costs are very low (a little electricity) and you should get at least 3 years (depending on your warranty) of use from it.
That's 27.80 USD per month for something that is clinically proven to:
- Increase energy levels
- Improve sleep quality
- Speed up muscle recovery
- Increase muscle endurance
- Boost testosterone
- Promote hair growth
- Improve skin complexion
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