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Watch as Dr Lew Lim and leading scientists from Harvard University and Boston Medical University, share their insights about the positive effects of low level light therapy on the body and brain at the cellular level.

Information on Vielight nasal applicators

To prevent damage to the device, the nasal applicator should be removed from the nose by holding onto the clip and not by pulling at the cable.

To sanitize the nasal applicator, please wipe gently with a cotton swab soaked with alcohol or hydrogen peroxide.

Submerging the nasal applicator in liquid may damage it. The applicator should not be covered with other material as this will reduce its effectiveness.

Vielight Intranasal Light Therapy instructional video

Please note that the unit used in this demonstration is Vielight 633, which emits red light at the applicator.

However, the light of the Vielight 810 is invisible when viewed from the side of the applicator but red light can be seen at the tip.

Information on Vielight nasal applicators

To prevent damage to the device, the nasal applicator should be removed from the nose by holding onto the clip and not by pulling at the cable.

To sanitize the nasal applicator, please wipe gently with a cotton swab soaked with alcohol or hydrogen peroxide.

Submerging the nasal applicator in liquid may damage it. The applicator should not be covered with other material as this will reduce its effectiveness.

Vielight Pocket Miracle instructional video

Vielight Health Briefs Documentary (featured on the Discovery Channel)