Red light therapy for skincare has been gaining popularity in recent years.
Having been around for decades, this treatment is said to help with inflammation and collagen stimulation and address psoriasis, scars, and acne.
While red light therapy is offered at spas, tanning salons, and dermatologist’s clinics, you can actually try this from the comfort of your home.
Below are four red light therapy devices for at-home use.
(Photo : Skin Gym)
Skin Gym’s Wrinklit LED Mask comes with three different light modes, blue, orange, and red, offering a versatile solution for busy women.
The device is designed to provide radiant skin and help with various issues, such as acne, redness, signs of aging, and dullness.
With its three settings, it can be adjusted to address specific concerns.
Blue light is said to be beneficial for acne-prone skin, helping eliminate irritating spots. The red light setting targets redness and signs of aging, while orange helps revitalize dull skin.
Designed for targeted treatment, the Solawave Red Light Therapy Wand comes in a convenient wand size, making it easy to use on specific spots on the face.
The device tackles several skin concerns, including reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, dark spots, blemishes, and puffiness.
Users will feel as if they are getting a nice massage, as the wand provides low-vibration and therapeutic warmth to help boost the skin’s glow.
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Rated highly by Sephora shoppers, the HigherDose Red Light Face Mask is perfect for those who want to prevent signs of aging or tackle concerns such as wrinkles.
The mask is made with medical-grade silicone for a high-quality and safe application as well as easy cleaning after use. It includes three flexible straps for easy-to-use comfort.
The mask utilizes red and near-infrared light to visibly improve the appearance of blemishes, fine lines, redness, and overall radiance.
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The RegenaLight LED Light Therapy Mask can be used for morning or nighttime routines.
RegenaLight designed this mask to be user-friendly, making it suitable for those new to light therapy devices.
To use the tool, all you have to do is press a button on the mask.
Users have seven different wavelengths to choose from, depending on their priority and skincare concern.