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LED light therapy has become one of the most in demand beauty treatments on the market. One of the great benefits is you can enjoy treatments at home from the comfort of your own couch. It's claimed these devices are effective at combating bacteria causing acne, pores, breakouts, to reducing fine lines and wrinkles through stimulation of collagen elastin production.
With such high praise and claims from dermatologists, influencers and celebrities, it's no wonder these masks have taken the beauty industry by storm. If it's good enough for celebrities to use before a red carpet event, then surely there's something behind the little lights in these miracle masks. See our round-up of a few of the most in-demand LED facemasks to try.
Get ready to glow with Peppy Co. Peppy Co, is Australia’s number one selling LED light mask brand, and you've no doubt seen influencers like Chloe Morello promoting the mask on Instagram. This mask can be used as an alternative to salon appointments with the medical-grade LED mask harnesses a full spectrum of therapeutic blue, red and yellow lights' ability to zap acne-causing bacteria, detoxify skin, boost collagen and prevent wrinkles.
At a great price point, the mask is designed to offer easy and safe solutions to skincare for just 10 minutes a day.
Three therapeutic lights harness the power for a clearer complexion, blue light to banish bacteria, red light to prevent wrinkles and yellow light to detoxify skin. Truly making this mask for people of all ages and skin types. Peppy Co LED V2 mask comes with 64 blue, 64 red, and 64 yellow lights, overall 192 light bulbs. The intensity of the mask has been optimised to deliver the best results.
The CurrentBody Skin LED Light Therapy Mask is the original flexible LED mask is a pain-free, non-invasive skin enhancement and rejuvenation treatment. Plus, this mask has been seen on stars like Carey Mulligan, Katey Cuoco and Renée Zellweger before red carpet events.
This mask stimulates the production of new collagen, calms redness and creates even skin tone using dual technology. The Red Light and Infra-Red Light rejuvenate the skin leaving you visibly glowing and noticeably healthier skin, so if it's good enough for the celebs, it must be doing something right.
The ability to achieve dreamlike smooth glowing skin at home is all attainable with the LED mask from Current Body in a matter of weeks. The patented flexible silicone that wraps perfectly around the face for comfort and also ensuring that light penetrates every area of the skin. The mask is also clinically proven to reduce wrinkles by 35% in just 4 weeks.
The Omnilux Contour is FDA-cleared, and dermatologists recommended light therapy masks with proven results to reduces fine lines and wrinkles, the appearance of pigmentation and redness and promote healthier, younger-looking skin with no pain, side effects, or downtime. Omnilux Contour is flexible, offers more LEDs and a larger treatment area than any other brand. Contour FACE is designed and manufactured using Omnilux's proprietary gold-standard medical device technology.
The Photon Beauty Device, designed for facial beautification, uses natural light waves, which are transmitted by LEDs into the skin. This mask has the most colours out of the masks featured here, with seven total LED shades and also includes a neck and facial mask. Each colour of light shows beneficial effects on particular skin conditions to inhibit the formation of melanin pigment, improve skin elasticity and reduce and prevent wrinkles, helps fight fatty areas.
Whichever mask you pick, it's exciting to know there are multiple options to choose from with the expanding technology. Glowing skin is easy to achieve in the comfort of your own home in between clinical treatments, or as an alternative for people who love to relax and enjoy skincare at home.
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