"Sunbathing typically involves being exposed to UV during the hours of 9am to 5pm (Depending on your location and time of year). UV light produces Vitamin D and provides a tanning effect.

Red light however does not have UVA or UVA and is naturally occuring in sunlight at dawn and dusk. There is no risk of sunburn for an by undergoing red light therapy, as our red light devices do not contain the full spectrum of the sun, which can cause damage to the skin upon prolonged or intense exposure.

Bare skin exposure to the sun during frist light at dawn and last light at dusk is the ideal way to get red light treatment. We have created the Mito Panel for people with busy lives and or who are living in region where it is too cold to get bare skin sunrise and sunsets."