Do you think LED MASKS are a joke?



LED (Light Emitting Diode) MASKS are definitely no joke! NASA originally developed it for plant growth experiments on shuttle missions and later found it to have promise for wound treatment. Estheticians started using LED light in the treatment room for anti-aging, and now, LED MASKS are available for home use and that's exciting news for anyone who wants to be more pro-active with their skin while at home.


After doing some research I decided to purchase the Eco Face Near-infrared mask.This device essentially utilizes the technique of LED light therapy and the familiarity of technology used by dermatologists and aestheticians to create a comfortable, usable, and high-tech experience at home.


Both the red light (630nm) bulb and the near-infrared light (830nm) bulb are inside the Eco Face Near-infrared mask. Red Light – Red light is concerned with the appearance of the skin and general skin repair. It increases the natural hydration levels of your skin,

reduces the appearance of pores, redness, and inflammation, and improves circulation to increase the overall health of the skin.

Near Infra-Red Light Near Infra-Red Light is the most deeply absorbed of the wavelengths and is what addresses the skin at its core layers. It improves elasticity and increases cell permeability, thus able to smooth out any lines or wrinkles and aid in the wound healing process.


The masks work best on a bare face, they can also help certain skin care products, particularly serums, to penetrate into skin better. You can apply a lightweight serum before starting the LED face mask session, but don’t apply moisturizer until afterwards.


It takes time to see the benefits of LED face masks. Don’t expect immediate results, with the exception of the instant glow you get afterwards. For more transformative effects, use the mask consistently at least three times a week. Once you do, you’ll start seeing results in around three to four weeks.


I have been using my mask for about 6 weeks for 20 minutes, 2-3 times a week. I always apply a thin layer of KMSKIN Hyaluronic (HA) Boost Serum before putting on my mask. My skin feels more hydrated, appears to be more plump and smooth and a undeniable glow of which I will never tire.



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