Light Relief promises to be the cure for all of those various aches and pains you get. It basically functions like a heating pad, except that it uses infrared light to do its job. Many people tout the benefits of using infrared, and far infrared light on the body, but is this something that really works, or is it just something cooked up by the alternative medicine community?
If you’ve got miscellaneous aches and pains, you’re probably looking for an all natural solution so you don’t have to take pain medication every day. And while you don’t want to be dependent on painkillers, you also don’t want to use a device that could be potentially harmful either. The Light Relief system is basically a high tech heating pad, but it’s supposedly using infrared in order to sooth your muscles and joints, and provide added circulation to these areas.
Light Relief says you can relieve pain and stiffness basically anywhere on the body quickly with their therapeutic system. All of the claims they make include the word temporary, so they are very upfront about the fact that this is not the cure for any condition. They are basically providing temporary relief, the same kind that you’d get from a heating pad, but using infrared light, which may or may not be better for you than other heating elements.
The hype comes from this using infrared lighting to produce the heat. Some all natural promoters say that infrared light has special properties to it that can help the body. For example, many sauna manufacturers are now using infrared light instead of conventional heating units, and saying that it’s healthier for you because it penetrates the tissues in your body and warms you throughout.
Light Relief is $100 including shipping, and they break it up into two $40 payments, but you’ll have the $20 shipping charge on your first payment. They give you a full 60 days to try it out, so you don’t have to fret if you’ve made the right decision or not. With something like this there has to be a trial period, or no one would want to buy it.
They say that all you have to do is hold the Light Therapy device on the spot that ails you, and the machine will do the rest. In order to make it easier for you, there is a strap you can use to hold it in place, for example on your shoulder or your back. This would mean you just have to get it where you want it, and then you can enjoy another activity, like reading a book or watching TV, while it heats up the area.
There are mixed reviews for Light Relief, but it is slanted toward favorable. With a product like this you can expect there to be a divide, because there are varying levels of pain, as well as certain conditions that can’t be treated with this but people will expect it to anyway. There are also a considerable number of people saying that you should not buy this, and that it doesn’t work at all. We tried to get to the bottom of it.
Is This a Scam?
A lot of people are saying that this is a scam, and that the company behind it is shady. They say that the product is a rip off and that you shouldn’t try it at all. We spoke with their customer service to try to get to the bottom of these accusations, and they were pretty adamant that they are not a scam. But of course, what else would they say? Scam is such an easy word to throw around if you’re disgruntled with a product, but you have to take into consideration that there will be faulty units, because these are probably made overseas, and there will also be competitors selling knock offs.
Works for Arthritis
The one condition that most people were in agreement on was arthritis. They said that it worked well for aching hands and other joints. It’s easy to see why adding heat to the area would help, especially if you live in a cold climate, and your arthritis acts up when it’s cold. The infrared nature of the product is also at play here, and you wouldn’t get the same sort of relief from an ordinary heating pad.
Final Light Relief Review
There’s no way for us to speak on this product’s ability to treat your specific condition, so we evaluated it from a safety aspect and are giving it the go ahead for an at-home trial. You basically are just risking the $20 shipping fee to try it out, and they give you 2 months to use it and see if it has the desired effect. Be sure to deal direct with the manufacturer on this one, because if you find it for much less somewhere else there’s no way you can be sure it’s the same thing.
If you have arthritis, we recommend picking this up, because that’s where it seems to shine. If you have any other condition, this may or may not work for you. It seems that there isn’t a huge hassle in getting your money back. You will be out the $20 shipping fee and an $8 restocking fee, but that’s pretty typical with most return policies.
Official Website: Light Relief