LED Light Therapy Mask - Your One Stop Shop For Skin Health

LED Light Therapy Mask - Your One Stop Shop For Skin Health

Hands free, light, can work on your computer or watch TV and you can get professional facial treatment at home? This is no ordinary gadget, matter of fact its results are quite impressive with all the clinical research backing it, lets dive in!

LED mask history

Invented by NASA to heal astronauts’ skin in space, backed by Harvard Health and research of medical institutions LED light treatment for the face is found in some of the top dermatology offices around the world. The reason is simple; it works.

What It Is & What Does It Treat?

LED light therapy aka phototherapy is a non-invasive rejuvenation skin treatment. Using non-heat short wave LED it (or light exposure to these very specific wave lengths) stimulates the body’s natural cell mechanisms and accelerate and repair the skin surface. Many clinical studies have demonstrated the different colors (wavelengths) will trigger the body to stimulate collagen production, reverse signs of aging, and reduce: sun damage, acne, inflammation, and even more serious skin conditions like rosacea, eczema, psoriasis and dermatitis. Acne scars or any visible scar on the skin can be reduced as regrowth of skin cells is stimulated by LED Phototherapy. 

Time To Results?

Unlike the immediate results of favorites like Botox the results of the LED light therapy mask treatment take time with consistent use, the results are exponential and generally long lasting. The American Academy of Dermatology recommends several weeks of compounded sessions to start seeing results.


Blue LED light – Works as an antibacterial on some types of bacteria by treating acne and reducing oil production.

Red LED light – Stimulates collagen production, minimizes fine lines, reverses photoaged skin, reduces inflammation, helps control oil production and can leave the skin with an immediate glow.

Amber LED light – Works on promoting natural lymphatic fluid detoxification, helps with redness and inflammation conditions and also helps achieve an overall natural glow.


According to the US National Library of medicine the risk of redness, inflammation and tenderness are rare and low however it is always best to practice safety, so we recommend speaking to your doctor particularly if you want to treat a condition with LED light therapy mask. It’s important to confirm diagnosis of a condition with doctor (acne, sun spots) to ensure it is not something else before initiating therapy and getting two thumbs up considering your skin history. If you are taking any light sensitizing medication – speak to your doctor to make sure the device and your treatment plan don’t conflict in any way. The same applies for pregnant and breastfeeding women, we advise you speak to your doctor and ask if LED light therapy mask is okay for you.


Noninvasive and convenient the LED light mask can turn your office or home into a spa any day any time leaving your skin zoom and selfie ready to show, have questions? Comment below :)

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Stacy Varney

Hello! I was wanting to purchase this for my 14 year old daughter. What setting do i use for eczema?


I just got this mask and I’m so excited! I’m just wondering how to use it if I want more than one benefit? Can I use more than one light colour per day?


Does it make a difference to use the led mask in a dark room or during day time at home ?

Can I use it everyday ?


Hi there – this came with safety goggles but I’m not sure, should I be using these while the mask is on? I was hoping to help with some excema on one of my eyelids so was hoping there was no need for them – let me know thank you!


Just started using but already feel like it’s helping tame my pregnancy hormonal breakouts. However, the mask doesn’t quite cover the entire face with a significant area down the side of my face, in front of the ears down the jaw exposed. Is the light still effective if it’s not directly over affected areas?

Kira Taras

I love this mask. I have been just using the blue light therapy for my acne and it’s only been maybe like 4 weeks and it really is helping! My cystic acne and little bumps as well are not as inflamed and are diminishing. I’m so happy I decided to splurge on this and it’s a nice little ritual I have going with it which makes me feel a bit more like it’s a self care thing, I really look forward to putting it on and relaxing. :)


I love it !! I bought mine today and cant wait to try it

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