LED therapy face masks have been the talk of the town since the pandemic started.
Since quarantine, most women opted for at-home devices to elevate their skincare routine. This may include a facial toning massager, which comes in various designs, as well as micro-needling tools to treat scarring and hyperpigmentation.
Interestingly, aside from the fact that everyone turned into a skincare junkie during the lockdown, celebrities are hyping up at-home LED therapy face masks.
From the Kardashians to Victoria Beckham, Chrissy Teigen, and even the Queen of Pop, Madonna, these A-listers are jumping on the bandwagon in hopes of finding the fountain of youth.
However, as cited by Everydayhealth.com, these modern devices, known as Light Emitting Diodes or LEDs, are not relatively new in the market.
Based on a review by The Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology in 2018, this has been used in decades "by dermatologists or aestheticians in an in-office setting to treat inflammation after facials, minimize breakouts, and give skin an overall boost," per Sheel Desai Solomon, MD.
Aside from this, the phototherapy device, which uses different frequencies such as blue, red, and infrared, showed a significant change in treating some medical conditions, including "mild-to-moderate acne vulgaris, wound healing, psoriasis, squamous cell carcinoma or Bowen's disease," and other skin concerns.
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Now that LED light therapy is becoming mainstream, all thanks to these at-home beauty tools, more and more women are caving in, hoping to achieve that smoother and clearer skin right at the comfort of their own homes.
In a report cited by Harper's Bazaar, MZ Skin founder and oculoplastic surgeon Dr. Maryam Zamani explained that most at-home LED devices are safe as they protect your eyes and choose the right product, specifically FDA-cleared.
"At-home LED devices are an excellent way to bring a normally in-office treatment to the comfort of your home," she mentioned.
In addition, she also shared that these portable tools are not "as strong as the LED used in a clinic setting" but contain similar effects and benefits.
With all the various selections on the market, we will give you a rundown of the top three led light therapy masks recommended by celebrities.
The "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star Kourtney Kardashian swears by this DMH Aesthetics Led Light Shield Mask. In one of her Instagram posts, the Poosh founder gushed about her recent skin obsession.
"I've been into the benefits of LED light masks for a couple of years, but I love that this one is lite, that I can see through it so I can majorly multitask, that the glasses keep it on, that it doesn't have to be plugged into the wall and that it's $190!" she wrote, alongside the link of the device found in her Poosh site.
Meanwhile, Victoria Beckham keeps her face more radiant and youthful, thanks to The Light Salon's Opera LED Mask.
Made by the Australian celebrity facialist Melanie Grant, it offers non-invasive light therapy, which is perfect for all skin types.
Moreover, Posh also took to her social media to explain the benefits of the product.
"Red light is for collagen and blood flow. White light is anti-inflammatory, healing, and firming. Blue is antibacterial and so good for blemish-prone skin," she captioned.
Last on the list is Naomi Watts with her PRIORI Skincare UnveiLED Mask which retails around $395.
Despite looking like a stormtrooper, the Hollywood star swears by this if she needs a little pick-me-up moment.
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