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The genesis of LifeWave was through the Inventor’s natural inclination for questioning and interest in invention plus moments of insight.

Instead of an active light source such as a laser or lamp, LifeWave utilizes a convenient patch that reflects very specific wavelengths of light to the skin.

The nerves on the skin are stimulated by these specific wavelengths of light, and this triggers a very specific chemical reaction in the body.

Because there is no drug or supplement involved the patches go to work immediately.  There are different patches for different applications.

Organic materials are confined to patches placed on the skin that are capable of absorbing infrared light (body heat) and retransmitting specific wavelengths back into the body.

These LifeWave patches are a revolutionary discovery that has been proven to be effective by numerous open-label and double-blind studies completed since 2002. These studies can be found at  

This technology has already been proven to support:

  • reduction in pain

  • improve sleep

  • increasing energy production

  • improve the appearance of the skin

  • increase antioxidant levels

  • increase peptide synthesis.

David has now taken this into the next generation by utilizing this technology to increase the production of a peptide called GHK-Cu (a glycine, histidine, lysine peptide which has a high affinity to combine with copper), a naturally occurring material in the body proven to activate stem cells in the body (X39).


X39 is the one recommended for people to start with.

X49 was a natural addition as it is AHK-Cu which is an Alanine-Histidine-Lysine peptide and  is more specifically focused again.  These peptides are found in the brain, heart, muscle, bone, skin. Carnosine and AHK together a good combination.

The copper in the skin and the iron in the blood is thought to form an effect that possibly stops the body overheating from ‘frequency’ exposures.  By using peptides to bind with copper in the skin, studies are showing that they may bring some protection – sort of like a faraday cage.  People’s levels of electro-magnetic sensitivity were reduced in preliminary studies.


When a person uses the patches, they utilize their body’s own energy in the form of infrared body heat to power up or activate the materials in the patch. The patch then reflects light on to the skin which stimulates the nerves on the skin.


The result is a specific change in the bodies biochemistry, such as “activating stem cells”.

These non-transdermal patches work as photo-therapy that stimulate the skin with light to produce health benefits.

The patches reflect light in the infrared and visible wavelength range to stimulate the body to improve energy production and the flow of energy in the body.

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The Infrared spectrum of light, which includes all radiation between wavelengths just beyond those of the deepest reds of the visible spectrum (700 nm) up to (100,000+ nm (the microwave range), is established to have multiple effects including pain relief properties (Putowski et al., 2016).


The infrared spectrum also creates photo-biomodulation when applied to the skin of both animals and humans.

Research and application of light therapy dates back thousands of years, and today light therapy is a recognized science with many products that function on this basis having been approved for use in medical applications by governments around the world, including the FDA in the United States.

Photo-biomodulation is the low-power non-thermal delivery of photons in the visible or near infrared spectrum (405–1000 nm) that elicits a beneficial biological response in cells and tissue (Liebert et al., 2017). Exposure of humans to light “... has been shown that signalling pathways are triggered within the cells - transcription factors are activated, and gene expression patterns are altered.

Exposure to photo-biomodulation may result in key physiological changes:

  • increased anti-inflammatory cytokine levels

  • decreased pro-inflammatory cytokine levels

  • upregulation of antioxidants and survival factors, increased cell proliferation and reduced levels of apoptosis (Hamblin, 2016).”

A simple way to understand this is to think about how our bodies respond to sunlight. When we go in the sun, ultraviolet light will cause our body to produce Vitamin D, an excellent example of how a specific wavelength of light will cause a chemical change in our body.

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