In mammals, each species has a slightly different body temperature, but the differences are not significant. Scientists have categorized light waves based on their wavelength and functionality as follows:

Near-Infrared (NIR) 0.8~1.4µm:

Characteristics: Penetrates the skin and reaches deep muscle tissues.

Applications: Used for relieving muscle soreness, promoting muscle relaxation, vasodilation, and increased blood flow. Widely applied in agriculture and livestock product testing


Mid-Infrared (MIR) 1.4~3µm:

Characteristics: Often used in surveillance cameras for nighttime monitoring, providing invisible illumination. Suitable for capturing clear images in low-light conditions.

Far-Infrared (FIR) 3~1000µm:

Characteristics: Regulates the autonomic nervous system, improving various conditions. Used for improving metabolism, burning excess fat, weight loss, and skincare.

8~14µm Biostimulation Light:

Also known as "Life-Giving Light" or "Biostimulation Light."

Effect: Promotes the activation of cells, cellular metabolism, and the breakdown of excess fat.

9~10µm Light Energy Wave:

Also known as "Light Energy Wave."

Effect: Activates dormant stem cells, promotes regeneration of new cells, considered a key factor in reversing aging.


Categories of Far-Infrared Products in the Market:

Far-Infrared Lamp (2~200µm):

Characteristics: High temperature, typically used for short durations (around 15 minutes). Requires professional guidance due to the high temperature.

Light Energy Wave Medical Devices (9~10µm):

Characteristics: Gentle temperature, suitable for long-term use. Activates internal stem cells.

Graphene Products (8~14µm):

Characteristics: Mainly used in textile products for warmth.

This information provides an overview of the types and applications of infrared medical devices. We hope this is helpful to you.