Light Therapy Products | The Litebook

By: The Litebook Company  09-12-2011
Keywords: Light Therapy, Therapy Products, Fluorescent Light

All Litebook light therapy products have been eye safety tested by expert Dr. David H. Sliney, PhD, a U.S. based consulting medical physicist.

Litebook light therapy products emit no UV radiation so our products are safe for the eyes, safe for the skin.

Litebook was first to invent hand-held LED light therapy and holds landmark patents on LED technology for light therapy in USA, Canada and EU.

Average user requires less treatment time than traditional fluorescent light boxes.

Most users will experience a benefit from The Litebook® within a few weeks – and often within only a few days – of daily use.

All Litebook light therapy products come with a 60-day money-back guarantee* & 2 year warranty*.
* Does not apply to accessories.

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