Luxury Facial with LED Lights Mask

 New LED Lights, microcurrent and oxygen facial treatment.

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Hollywood’s biggest stars love affair with illumination is growing thanks to the latest light-based skin treatment that is brightening A-list complexions – and their Instagram feeds. Stars from Kate Hudson and Emma Stone to Jessica Alba and Lena Dunham have been snapping and sharing selfies that show them wearing LED (light-emitting diode) masks designed to boost collagen, reduce inflammation and banish acne-related bumps and scars.

The LED treatment involves exposing the skin to low levels of beneficial light energy from the visible and infrared part of the light spectrum which energise cellular functions to stimulate various cellular processes with therapeutic effects. Skin cells that are energised function better and regenerate faster which in turn leads to younger, healthy and radiant skin.

The microcurrent facial emits extremely low-voltage electrical currents which mirror your own body’s electrical currents, on a cellular level to repair damaged skin and stimulate collagen and elastin production. This treatment is often referred to as “facial toning” because it’s like a workout for your face, whereby skin cells are broken down and then grow back stronger. It works simultaneously to repair a product collagen in the dermis, the deepest layer of your skin, while gently erasing signs of aging in the epidermis, the top layer of your skin. According to studies, a microcurrent facial can increase collagen production up to 14%, elastin increases 48% and blood circulation goes up 38%. The oxygen therapy is incredibly soothing for the skin. It helps to calm down any redness. The oxygen also helps to plump out the skin.