I love LED lights for your skin, they have so many proven benefits such an anti-aging and acne prevention. I really like this one in particular because it’s easy to use and isn’t heavy.
1. How much does this cost? $29
2. Is this FDA approved? No, but it is FDA cleared, meaning that this device is substantially equivalent to another legally marketed device.
3. Why are LED lights good for the skin? LED lights, in some studies, have been shown to improve acne in the skin. It does this by ” reducing activity in the sebaceous glands, so they produce less of the oil that can plug the hair follicles, leading to acne,” according to Harvard health. The red lights also help to repair skin and are touted to improve wrinkles.
4. Can this burn the skin? No, these homemade lights have been shown to not be strong enough to burn the skin, but with anything else, check with your medical provider before starting a treatment.
How to use this:
1. Wash and cleanse your face ( make sure that all of your makeup is off)
2. Use a hyaluronic acid if you have dry skin ( I do) to help the machine glide better. You don’t need to hold it in one spot since the laser cover a larger surface area.
3. Make sure you use all of your serums and creams after.
If you’re interested here is a link to the laser: http://www.azuremedtech.com
Also you can use the code: 8 Nuggets for 25% off!