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Julianne Moore Chooses the No Makeup Glow with Red Light Therapy

Discover the secrets of Julianne Moore's pre holiday skincare routine, powered by red light therapy, for a flawless, radiant complexion like never before

RedlightTherapyDigest StaffBy RLTD Staff Updated October 23, 2023
Medically reviewedMedically reviewed by: Purvisha Patel MD, FAAD
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Julianne Moore Found New Skincare Regime

Julianne Moore is one of Hollywood’s most acclaimed actresses with a career spanning over three decades. The 61-year-old has appeared in numerous blockbuster and indie films since the early 1990s, earning an Academy Award for her leading role in Still Alice in 2015.

It’s this dedication to her work that has also driven her efforts to maintain her health and youthful appearance. Once again, she’s shining a spotlight on her tireless commitment to the film world, and this time, it’s all about her newfound love for Red Light Therapy!

The actress continues to impress on red carpets in her 50s/60s with her radiant complexion, and it may be due to red light therapy. Moore credits red light therapy as part of her anti-aging routine, and this beauty trend is gaining popularity among celebrities and beauty enthusiasts alike.


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*All individuals are unique. Your results can and will vary.

Hollywood Beauties Obsession For Red Light Therapy

Celebrities including Jessica Alba, Kourtney Kardashian, and many others have claimed the positive benefits they experienced from Red Light Therapy.

We also found that Kourtney also admires red light therapy and its benefits.

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“I’m obsessed with my red light,” says Jessica on her social media post.

Red light therapy is a non-surgical treatment that uses low-level red light to enhance skin health. It stimulates collagen and elastin production for better skin. By working on cell powerhouses called mitochondria, it can repair skin, boost new cells, and rejuvenate. One more reason it is gaining popularity for skin issues is that is non-invasive and works on wrinkles, acne, and signs of aging.

Dr. Dendy Engelman, a board-certified cosmetic dermatologist at Shafer Clinic in New York City says,

Low wavelength red light produces a biochemical effect in cells to make more energy, which in turn helps cells work more efficiently to rejuvenate and repair the damage.

The fact that a dermatologist is making these claims also significantly contributes to our belief that red light therapy is beneficial for our beauty.


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*All individuals are unique. Your results can and will vary.

Red Carpet Revelations

At 62 years old, Julianne Moore continues to dazzle on red carpets with a radiance that belies her decades of experience in the film industry. Not only she, but numerous other actresses have also added red light therapy to their beauty routines.

Their glowing and youthful complexion is a testament to the multi-faceted skincare routine they have developed. By exposing their skin to controlled red wavelengths a few times per week, they believe to maintain the appearance of health and reduce signs of aging. And we can see the results!!!

So, we found Julianne Moore’s Glam Secret. It is Red Light Therapy! While pro treatments work wonders, her love for complementary approaches sparks curiosity. As studies unveil its perks, Julianne is a proof that women in their 60s can rock the red carpet with timeless beauty!

By Purvisha Patel MD, FAAD

Purvisha Patel is a board certified dermatologist, MOHS and cosmetic surgeon, and the founder/owner of Advanced Dermatology and Skin Cancer Associates in Memphis, Tennessee.

**This is a subjective assessment based on the strength of the available information and our estimation of efficacy.

*Result may vary. The information contained in this website is provided for general informational purposes only. No medical claims are implied in this content, and the information herein is not intended be used for self diagnosis or self treatment of any condition.

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