With beauty boutiques closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, thousands of Australian women have turned to LED light masks to treat their skin concerns from home
With beauty boutiques closed due to coronavirus, thousands of Australian women have turned to LED light masks to treat their skin concerns from home.
The brand’s most popular product has been the $179 LED Light Therapy Mask, which sold out within a week after restrictions were first implemented.
The skincare mask is said to target acne-causing bacteria, detoxify the skin and prevent wrinkles if used two to three times per week for 10 minutes at a time.
Women around the country have shared their results after using the device, with one customer saying she noticed a change after the first eight treatments.
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First-time customer Marie started using the product after no other treatment seemed to be working and said she noticed a ‘dramatic difference’ (before and after images pictured)
First-time customer Marie started using the product after no other treatment seemed to be working.
But after discovering trying the LED home treatment she noticed a ‘dramatic difference’.
‘I used [it] every day twice a day and in a few days I couldn’t believe the difference [I had even after] five days,’ she said.
The medical grade LED mask harnesses a full spectrum of therapeutic blue, red and yellow lights that zaps acne-causing bacteria, detoxifies skin, boosts collagen and prevents wrinkles.
Sophie O’Sulllivan (pictured) had incredible results in four weeks after switching up the colours to get the full effects in addition to her skincare routine
The skincare mask is said to target acne-causing bacteria and detoxify the skin
Other Australian celebrities including fitness entrepreneur Tammy Hembrow and Married At First Sight contestant Martha Kalifatidis have also used the popular beauty product.
Colour light therapy is a treatment offered at thousands of medispas and salons and works by using light in different colours and wavelengths to target specific skin concerns.
The blue light can help to eliminate p-acne causing bacteria from the root, improve the environment inside the pores and restrain bacteria found deep in the skin.
The red light is used to increase hydration, promote collagen and eliminate wrinkles while the yellow light promotes circulation, dilutes pigment and can help reduce the roughness of the skin.
A favourite of many celebrities and reality stars, the light therapy mask by Australian company Peppy Co uses therapeutic blue, red and yellow lights to heal the complexion from the comfort of home
This customer took these photos just one week apart after suffering dullness and acne
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