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Infrared Heat Light Therapeutic Therapy Lamp

Infrared Heat Light Therapeutic Therapy Lamp

Infrared Heat Light Therapeutic Therapy Lamp

Regular price $119.95 Sale price $94.95
Infrared Heat Light Therapeutic Therapy Lamp
Are you looking for a therapy lamp that can provide pain relief and also a pleasant warming effect? Our Infrared Heat Light Therapeutic Therapy Lamp can improve blood circulation by increasing the pace at which essential biochemical components are transported, as well as providing pain relief and a pleasant warming sensation.

Infrared Heat Light Therapeutic Therapy Lamp

Features

Suitable - This infrared light therapy is a popular treatment for muscular aches and injuries. Heat therapy has also been used to treat lumbago, neuralgia, myalgia, arthritis, and other chronic diseases, as well as to reduce pain from sports injuries and other non-infected wounds.

Safe To Use - The heat therapeutic lamp features a flexible arm and adjustable intensity, making it a quick and easy solution to treat your aches and pains. It has safety grills to keep you protected from burns.

Design - The light lamp therapy is a high-quality heat lamp designed to give targeted heat treatment. The Heat Lamp employs short-wave infrared light generated by an incandescent heat source to provide deeper heat penetration than traditional heat sources.

Infrared Heat Light Therapeutic Therapy Lamp

Package Content

1x Infrared Heat Light Therapeutic Therapy Lamp

Specifications

Voltage: 110V
Lamp Cap/Base:
E27
Rated Power Of IR Bulb:
275W

Shipping Information

Domestic Shipping (USA): Your infrared heat light will be packaged and shipped within 3 days of ordering. Please keep in mind that our items are custom made and shipped from warehouses across the world meaning it may take them 7 to 22 business days to arrive after shipment (most of the time closer to 14).

International Shipping: The therapeutic therapy lamp will be packaged and shipped within 5 days of order. We do ship worldwide! Please be patient and note that delivery times will vary depending on your location. Majority of countries will have the infrared heat light therapeutic therapy lamp delivered within 2 to 5 weeks!

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If you don’t have a positive experience for any reason, we will do whatever it takes to make sure you are 100% satisfied with your purchase.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
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Jake Grady

I don’t know about the long term effects of infrared light except what I have read but I have severe joint pain and wounds from cancer treatments. I tried a lot of remedies but heat is by far the best and if this heat comes with other therapeutic benefits, great. This lamp is portable and affordable.the articulating arm positions the lamp where it’s best needed and the weighted base keeps it from tipping over. Good for small areas like lower back, knees and shoulders. I have wounds that take forever to heal and I read that infrared light can activate cells to promote healing so I’m using it for that too. The heat is powerful so making sure the injured area is a safe distance away is imperative. The bulb gets hot so keep away from children. Not that I care, but it’s nice looking in a white metal design. Large units cost thousands or pay hundreds to go to a medical practice for treatment. I chose to just buy a personal unit.

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Carley Waelchi

A year ago I bought a cold laser red light therapy unit for $350. It was shoddily made and made me think red light therapy is placebo medicine at best.

I'm giving it a second try with this inexpensive, well-made unit. There's nothing fancy about the unit. it's kind of an old-fashioned desk lamp, but with a red flood bulb instead of a desk bulb. I'm assuming the red bulb puts out the beneficial near infrared rays.

The advantages of this unit are three:

1) Inexpensive. Not overly costly.
3) Well made and easily adjustable
2) Set it and go. Unlike many other red light units, you can put this one on the floor by your damaged ankle (or on a table facing your shoulder, etc.) and go about your business typing, reading, etc. in a chair with the light running. You don't have to literally hold the light against your ankle (or whatever) for 30 minutes, not doing anything else the whole while.

I'm still not sure certain how beneficial red light therapy is, but if, like me, you want to give it a try, this is a great machine to start with. Nothing fancy. No expensive LED setup. But the red light is there, it's bright, and the focused heat generated by the bulb is comforting regardless of the therapeutic value of the red light.

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Otis Nicolas

Our parents have long suggested us to get red light therapy.

It is easy to use, no specific or special skills required. I knew that this would help with pain relief, frequent illnesses, however I did not realize this is perfect for skin too!

Somehow red light helps the skin reproduce better: that means smooth and glowing skin. Wonderful! I love it

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Nicklaus Medhurst

My wife and I both have joint and muscle pain. My wife bought an infrared red light couple years ago, but that one has a very noisy timer, and it's not warm enough. Saw this one on Amazon which looks better than the one we have, so give it a try.

First, for anything that will produce high heat, such as portable heater, we must plug it only on the wall outlet.
My wife twisted her left ankle for couple weeks, she used those microwaveable heat pad everyday but that didn't help much, she said the microwaveable heat pad cool down so quick, and the infrared red light she got can only be used when lying on the bed. For this one, she put the heat lamp on the floor, plug it to the wall outlet, turned it on and the lamp heated up immediately, she leveled up her foot by a small stool to get the heat. Used it for 15 minutes and she really enjoyed it.

For my shoulders, I set the heat lamp on the table behind me, turned on the heat lamp and let it warming my shoulder while I'm using the PC. The heat is good, it really helped to relief the pain, but I suggest the manufacture include a pair of special sunglasses for buyer to use when using this light. The red light really hurt even not looking directly to it. I'm not sure if it has a timer, I didn't count how long I used it, but I turned it off once I felt it's enough.

C
Camden Morissette

Make sure keep light 10 to 15 inches away. I use for Raynauds syndrome i my hands. 20 minutes is all you need. The metal gets pretty hot so be careful.

Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
73%
(8)
27%
(3)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
J
Jake Grady

I don’t know about the long term effects of infrared light except what I have read but I have severe joint pain and wounds from cancer treatments. I tried a lot of remedies but heat is by far the best and if this heat comes with other therapeutic benefits, great. This lamp is portable and affordable.the articulating arm positions the lamp where it’s best needed and the weighted base keeps it from tipping over. Good for small areas like lower back, knees and shoulders. I have wounds that take forever to heal and I read that infrared light can activate cells to promote healing so I’m using it for that too. The heat is powerful so making sure the injured area is a safe distance away is imperative. The bulb gets hot so keep away from children. Not that I care, but it’s nice looking in a white metal design. Large units cost thousands or pay hundreds to go to a medical practice for treatment. I chose to just buy a personal unit.

C
Carley Waelchi

A year ago I bought a cold laser red light therapy unit for $350. It was shoddily made and made me think red light therapy is placebo medicine at best.

I'm giving it a second try with this inexpensive, well-made unit. There's nothing fancy about the unit. it's kind of an old-fashioned desk lamp, but with a red flood bulb instead of a desk bulb. I'm assuming the red bulb puts out the beneficial near infrared rays.

The advantages of this unit are three:

1) Inexpensive. Not overly costly.
3) Well made and easily adjustable
2) Set it and go. Unlike many other red light units, you can put this one on the floor by your damaged ankle (or on a table facing your shoulder, etc.) and go about your business typing, reading, etc. in a chair with the light running. You don't have to literally hold the light against your ankle (or whatever) for 30 minutes, not doing anything else the whole while.

I'm still not sure certain how beneficial red light therapy is, but if, like me, you want to give it a try, this is a great machine to start with. Nothing fancy. No expensive LED setup. But the red light is there, it's bright, and the focused heat generated by the bulb is comforting regardless of the therapeutic value of the red light.

O
Otis Nicolas

Our parents have long suggested us to get red light therapy.

It is easy to use, no specific or special skills required. I knew that this would help with pain relief, frequent illnesses, however I did not realize this is perfect for skin too!

Somehow red light helps the skin reproduce better: that means smooth and glowing skin. Wonderful! I love it

N
Nicklaus Medhurst

My wife and I both have joint and muscle pain. My wife bought an infrared red light couple years ago, but that one has a very noisy timer, and it's not warm enough. Saw this one on Amazon which looks better than the one we have, so give it a try.

First, for anything that will produce high heat, such as portable heater, we must plug it only on the wall outlet.
My wife twisted her left ankle for couple weeks, she used those microwaveable heat pad everyday but that didn't help much, she said the microwaveable heat pad cool down so quick, and the infrared red light she got can only be used when lying on the bed. For this one, she put the heat lamp on the floor, plug it to the wall outlet, turned it on and the lamp heated up immediately, she leveled up her foot by a small stool to get the heat. Used it for 15 minutes and she really enjoyed it.

For my shoulders, I set the heat lamp on the table behind me, turned on the heat lamp and let it warming my shoulder while I'm using the PC. The heat is good, it really helped to relief the pain, but I suggest the manufacture include a pair of special sunglasses for buyer to use when using this light. The red light really hurt even not looking directly to it. I'm not sure if it has a timer, I didn't count how long I used it, but I turned it off once I felt it's enough.

C
Camden Morissette

Make sure keep light 10 to 15 inches away. I use for Raynauds syndrome i my hands. 20 minutes is all you need. The metal gets pretty hot so be careful.

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