How Does RejuvaMask’s Light Therapy Mask Work?
If you follow any celebrities on Instagram, chances are you’ve come across a picture of an LED treatment before. You know, that strange-looking serial killer mask that retails for about $2,000? That’s it.
Or perhaps you’ve thought of trying one of the many at-home handheld devices, such as the Quasar MD Plus that Kim Kardashian uses (apparently, she’s “really big on laser facials”). Or maybe you’ve seen someone wearing funky protective eyewear at a medispa or doctor’s office and all kinds of bright lights were involved? Yep, that would be it as well.
LED skin treatments all the rage nowadays. But what does RejuvaMask’s Light Therapy Do to Your Skin?
LED therapy is actually quite simple. It works by penetrating the skin with high-energy beams. These light beams penetrate your skin at different depths, depending on the wavelength or color. Then, the rays make their way into your skin and jump-start internal processes, from increasing blood circulation to collagen production.
RejuvaMask’s LED Light Therapy gently penetrates the skin to clear acne. RejuvaMask’s red light stimulates skin cells to increase collagen production. The blue light in the mask targets acne-causing bacteria. Green light helps with anti-aging, and smoothing wrinkles and fine lines. The purple light increases lymph metabolism in the skin. Cyan light reduces acne inflammation. Yellow Light helps lighten the skin, and remove any unwanted dark spots. Finally, the white light is a cure-all that focuses on soothing and calming sensitive skin. This is a clinically proven acne technology that is used in dermatologist’s offices, but we’ve decided to deliver it straight to you!
TURN REJUVAMASK® ON, TURN ACNE OFF!
The kit comes with an LED mask and a remote control, as well as a USB cord and power cable for charging. The mask is portable and relatively easy to operate. We recommend wearing the mask 3-4 times a week on the desired setting for 10-15 minutes at a time. Once you start seeing results, you can cut it back to just 1 or 2 sessions a week.