Eye protection should be used when NIR mode is active. Do not stare directly into the LEDs. The beam window covers the full front surface area of the device. If your eyes are more sensitive to light or if you take medications that have a history of causing photosensitivity, we recommend that you consult your physician before treating with a Vital Red Light device.

The light source will usually produce high glare, depending on the size of the device used. You should not shine a Red light product directly in your eyes, just as you never look directly towards the sun. Most in home products come with eye protection and reputable practitioners will use goggles or other eye protection. You may safely remove your eyeglasses and contacts for treatments. Red light therapy has been shown in numerous clinical trials to support eye health and vision. However, the LED lights can be quite bright, so we don’t recommend looking at them directly. If it’s too bright, we recommend closing your eyes until it’s comfortable to open them. You may also wear sunglasses
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