Our photon therapy face masks feature 7 different LED colour (wavelength) modes, allowing a wide range of skin issues, such as acne, to be treated
Our masks are also rechargeable, meaning there's no need to be tied to within a few feet of a wall plug (as is the case with other models).
What Can LED Face Masks Be Used For?
- Reducing sebum production
- Reducing inflammation
- Promoting collagen production
- Killing bacteria
- Clearing acne breakouts
- Lightening pigmentation issues
Are These Claims Scientifically Proven?
Yes, a number of studies have been done on light therapy and it is a commonly used dermatologist treatment.
Which LED Colour Should I Use?
Generally speaking, the red and blue wavelengths have been shown to be most beneficial, with the green wavelength being beneficial in some instances. However, it's important to note that different light wavelengths achieve different things. The complete list of possible treatments and the corresponding LED colour wavelengths is too long to list, but the important ones are listed below:
Red light (630nm): Increases cell activity, promotes collagen formation, treats acne and inflammation.
Green light (520nm): Lightens hyperpigmentation, treats red vessels on the surface of skin, aids in wound healing.
Blue light (470nm): Antibacterial, treats acne and inflammation, aids wound healing, ameliorates pain.
Yellow light (590nm): Soothing, improves blood circulation.
Purple light: There is not much literature on the benefits of purple light, but the theory is that it combines both red and blue light to treat inflammation and acne. We recommend sticking with either red, or blue, and not trying purple as there is far more evidence to the benefits of those colours on their own.
Cyan light: There is not much literature on the benefits of cyan light, but the theory is that it combines blue and green light to treat inflammation and acne. We recommend sticking with either blue, or green, and not trying cyan as there is far more evidence to the benefits of those colours on their own.
White light: It may have a positive effect on realigning circadian rhythm, and it may have a positive effect on mood (anti-depressant).
LED quantity: 155
Input: 100-240V 50/60Hz
Output: 12V 1A
Instructions For Use:
- Ensure the unit is fully charged before use.
- Plug the remote into the mask (the remote controls the LEDs and also contains the battery).
- Adjust settings - you have control over energy level, colour, colour mode, time, as well as the ability to turn on/off. Please see the below image to see how to control the remote.
- Once the desired setting has been achieved, place the mask over your face and adjust strap to fit. It is important that light does not enter your eyes, so ensure a good fit. You may find it easier to lay down for your treatment.
- Once enough time has elapsed the LED mask will automatically turn itself off.
- Remove the mask and put it on charge for next time.
Was a bit dubious at first but only after using it for 3 days, my skin has already shown so much improvement! I don't know why I waited so long to try it! So easy to use and a variety of colours to suit whatever problem you may have. My 2 daughters want one of their own now because I'm not sharing!!!