Sensory ceiling light box for colour therapy treatments.

LED technology ecology system = low energy consumption. 

With remote control to lock the colour therapy on the primary colours or to switch to the automatic sequential colour variation programme.

Includes steel cord for hanging unit.

Dimensions: 80x80cm.

Dimensioni: 80x80cm.

Power: 230V ~ 50 Hz - 6,5W.

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What is colour therapy?


According to modern physics, in the observation of bodies illuminated by a source of white light, our eyes automatically allocate those bodies a colour, according to the sensation it perceives. 

The colour of those bodies is therefore not to be understood as exclusive, but as something dependent on three elements: light source, object, eye.

Psychologists and physicists agree that colour is a visual sensation that occurs when certain electromagnetic waves stimulate the retina. 

Colour variation depends on the different wavelengths of these waves. 

By composing a ray of white light using a prism, the basic colours are obtained: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet.

Colour frequency


Light, in the seven colours it comprises, is visible radiant energy.

This travels through space in the form of vibrating waves which diversify based on their wavelength. 

The human eye is only capable of perceiving radiation between 4000 and 8000Å.

Each wavelength band corresponds to a colour and has specifi c therapeutic action:

red: 620 nanometres;

orange: 589 nanometres;

yellow: 551 nanometres;

green: 512 nanometres;

blue: 475 nanometres;

indigo:: 449 nanometres;

violet: 423 nanometres.

Below violet we fi nd ultraviolet and above red, infrared.

The amount of energy of each colour is inversely proportional to the wavelength.

The higher the wavelength, the stronger the penetration of the skin and the lower the energy charge. 

It follows that red is the most penetrating colour, followed by orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet.

Violet reaches a limited depth, but infuses a high amount of energy.