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The best At-home Led light Therapy devices

The best At-home Led light Therapy devices

You may have already seen Victoria Beckham, Chrissy Teigan or even Madonna posting on Instagram over the past months the LED Face Masks. Even thought it looks kinda scary, the rust of the light therapy become mainstream. But have you ever heard about light therapy? If it sounds pretty new for you, let us explain. Light therapy is a treatment that has been around for over 30 years and it’s based on exposing skin to blue, red and near-infrared LED light, where each of those has different benefits to your skin.  

When used on the regular basis, LED light therapy can really help to improve the general appearance of your skin and can be used to reduce breakouts, pigmentation and the side-effects of inflammation. On the top of that, the LED light treatments are not only good for your skin, but can also really help your mental health by reducing stress levels and lifting your spirits, as the process is pretty relaxing. However, to see the proper and long-lasting effects, the treatments should done regularly and if you can’t afford regular treatments at your salon (or it may be impossible due to different reasons), at-home light therapy could be just for you!

To help you achieve a perfect skin from the comfort of your home, here are the best led devices:

1.Lightstim for Acne 

This product will help you heal existing blemishes and prevent the future breakout. The blue light helps to destroy the acne-causing bacteria and the red light will improve the blood circulation. On the top of that, the product comes in pretty affordable price and you can get it under $150.

2. LightStim for Wrinkles

This LightStim Anti-Wrinkle Kit is improved by by Multi-Wave technology to clarify, smooth and firm the tired skin. The LED light will help your skin to stimulate the collagen and elastin production, filling in lines and wrinkles. This product comes with LightStim Beauty Bag and PhotoSeru and you can get it for $249.00.

3.Déesse Pro Led Mask 

Déesse Pro Led Mask Next Generation takes the light therapy to the entirely new level. It doesn’t only has a choice of six different treatment modes, but also offers four different lights – blue light, red light, near infrared light and green light. This product will help your skin to become stronger, brighter, smoother and plumper. The Déesse Mask is more expensive, however you can treat it as an investment for the future of your beauty.

4. Omnilux Contour Face 

Omnilux Contour™ FACE is the latest addition to the company’s LED Light Therapy products. The Contour Face will meet the expectation of every client with its sleek, flexible and easy-to-use design. This product utilises both red and infrared wavelengths of light.

5. SpectraLite FaceWare Pro by Dr Dennis Gross 

This innovative mask helps to stimulate natural cell production and restoration. The mask will nurture acne-prone skin while combating the wrinkles, blemished and the lines with its blue and red LED light therapy. The red light will support skin’s natural elastin and collagen for plumper skin, whereas the blue light will reduce the bacteria that cause breakouts and acne.

Common questions about Led face masks:

Are Led face Masks safe? Yes. Most experts agree that LED face masks are safe, since they’re non-invasive and don’t emit UV light, as long as you follow the instructions, use them for the recommended amounts of time only and protect your eyes. The LED used in at-home devices is much weaker than what it would be in-salon, to ensure your safety, never buy an LED face mask that hasn’t been FDA improved.

Can I use Led Mask everyday? Every LED face mask has a different recommended usage, but most should be used no more than three times per week for twenty minutes – or five times per week for 10 minutes.

What should I put on my face before Led light Therapy? Before using your LED face mask, wash your face with your favourite gentle cleanser. Afterwards, apply your serum and moisturiser.

What colour Led do I need?

Blue light: this is the bacteria-fighting LED light. It triggers photochemical oxidation in order to kill bacteria living on the skin. This makes blue light an excellent choice for those with acne, eczema or rosacea.

Red light: stimulates our fibroblasts for cell renewal and ATP regeneration.

Near-Infrared: has no colour but it can be used to reduce inflammation and redness in the skin. It also speeds up wound healing and reduces pigmentation.

Amber: Amber LED light is the least common in at-home devices, but works to revitalise the skin, reduce swelling and boost your skin’s radiance.

Are Led face masks painful? The LED Face mask emits gentle LED light that is painless, non-invasive, and requires no down time.


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