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Lili Reinhart’s Red Light Therapy Journey for Depression Healing

Discover how Lili Reinhart faces alopecia and depression head-on, sharing her inspiring story on TikTok. Learn how Red Light Therapy becomes her ally, offering hope and healing.

RedlightTherapyDigest Staff By RLTD Staff Updated February 6, 2024
Medically reviewed Medically reviewed by: Dr. Shari Sperling
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Overview

Lili Reinhart, a popular face of TV show ‘Riverdale,’ portrayed as Betty Cooper. Recently revealed her diagnosis with alopecia amid a major depressive episode, and how she’s turning to red light therapy (RLT) to help manage her condition in TikTok Video.

In a heartfelt TikTok video, Reinhart revealed her journey with alopecia, an unexpected challenge compounded by her ongoing battle with depression.
“Was just diagnosed with alopecia in the midst of a major depressive episode,” covered by sources like AceShowbiz and PEOPLE.

Beyond her on-screen charisma, Reinhart is also popular for her candidness about personal challenges, making her a relatable figure to many.

She has been vocal about her struggles, stating in an Instagram story,

“Some days I feel really defeated by my depression… It’s an exhausting battle that I’ve been fighting for 11 years.”

Her openness serves as a beacon of hope and solidarity for those facing similar battles.

What Is Red Light Therapy (RLT) that Lili is using?

RLT is an innovative treatment that uses low wavelength red light. It’s a non-invasive method that promotes healing and rejuvenation at the cellular level.

Benefits of Using Red Light Therapy:

Reinhart’s choice to explore RLT highlights a growing interest in alternative therapies for health and wellness.

Her positive outlook,

“Red light therapy is my new best friend,”

alongside the hashtags #alopecia and #mentalhealth, underscores the dual benefits of the treatment for both physical and mental well-being.

Lili Reinhart choosing Red Light Therapy, opens the door for many to explore its potential benefits. It’s a gentle reminder that seeking new ways to manage health issues, particularly ones as challenging as alopecia, is an act of self-care and resilience.

Reinhart’s story is not just about the struggles but about finding light in the darkness, quite literally with red light therapy. Her journey encourages us to remain open to new treatments and to approach our health challenges with hope and curiosity.

As Reinhart continues to share her path, she not only sheds light on alopecia but also illuminates the importance of mental health, inspiring others to seek help and explore their options without fear of judgement.

If you’re navigating similar challenges, consider red light therapy as a beacon of hope, a tool in your arsenal to combat hair loss, and a step towards healing, just as Lili has.

By Dr. Shari Sperling

Shari Sperling, DO, is a board certified dermatologist who specializes in medical, cosmetic, laser and surgical dermatology for adults and children.

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