All The Need To Know Info On LED Masks

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All The Need To Know Info On LED Masks

We think it’s pretty safe to say that everyone loves a face mask. Whether your go-to is an OG sheet mask, a fresh clay mask or even one of the newer LED masks, everyone is generally on board for this kind of self-care moment
 

2024’s Top 3 LED Face Mask

  1. Omnilux Clear, $605, Omnilux LED
  2. CurrentBody Skin LED Light Therapy Mask, $585, CurrentBody
  3. Dr Naomi Skin LED it Glow, $595, Dr Naomi

Best LED face mask

Omnilux Clear

From $605 at Omnilux LED

This is the mask on everyone’s, well, faces, it seems. It’s big in celeb skin care (even standing strong as supermodel Bella Hadid’s go-to treatment). So how does it get the celebs red carpet ready? Well to start with, the mask has the tick of approval from both the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) AND the Food And Drug Administration (FDA). This mask works to reduce active acne, redness and even softens scarring. Leaving behind…radiant skin!

Want to read more? Read Omnilux Clear Reviews here…

Key features:

  • 132 LEDs (in 66 LED bulbs)
  • Rechargeable 
  • Built-in protective eye shields 

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CurrentBody Skin LED Light Therapy Mask

From $585 at CurrentBody

If you’re thinking, why does this mask look so familiar? Well aside from gracing many a celeb face (we see you Kate Hudson), it also featured on our fave binge watch show, Emily in Paris. Yep, that’s where you saw it! Do we need to tell you anymore? Okay, probably. This LED mask features 132 LED bulbs with patented ‘pillow’ technology that diffuses the distribution of light, allowing the light to reach four centimetres deep into your skin. Told you it was impressive.

Want to read more? Read CurrentBody Skin LED Light Therapy Mask Reviews here…

Key features:

  • 60 day back money guarantee 
  • Pillow Technology™ diffuses the LED light
  • 132 LED bulbs
  • Two wavelengths for deeper skin coverage 

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Dr Naomi Skin LED it Glow

From $595 at Dr Naomi

We get it, putting on a full face mask can seem downright daunting. But Dr Naomi has added a tres chic faux ‘do not disturb’ mask for added good measure. With a focus on promoting healthier, brighter skin, this mask zeroes in with a mission to remove fine lines, pigmentation and redness, making it a much-needed tool in the plight to age gracefully. Not to mention, it’s also FDA and TGA approved!

Want to read more? Read Dr Naomi Skin LED it Glow Reviews here…

Key features:

  • 156 LEDs 
  • Long-lasting battery 
  • FDA/TGA approval 
  • Super cute design 

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Trudermal Glow

From $599 at Trudermal

Skin care, but elevated. This hands-free device has FDA and TGA backing for at-home results. Using the power of not only red light but also blue helps the device to focus on reducing the appearance of fine lines and even skin conditions like rosacea and eczema. And if you’re still concerned about your eyes, this mask comes with removable protectors. 

Want to read more? Read Trudermal Glow Reviews here…

Key features:

  • Medical grade silicone 
  • Three different LED light modes
  • Angled LEDs for increased illumination

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LED light therapy mask

How does light therapy work? We’ve been going to salons for years to have technicians place different LED lights over our faces but have we stopped to realise exactly what’s happening? So, first up, LED lights contain NO UV rays, so there’s no need to panic on that front. The lights work at a dermal layer, penetrating centimetres into the skin to reach the structure of the skin cell. The different colours of LED light work differently in their communication to the skin cell structure, each giving a different outcome. The main outcomes are clearing up acne, boosting collagen production and helping to create a firmer, more even skin -tone. All from the comfort of your home, of course!

LED skin care myths…

So, now you’ve read about the LED masks and their benefits. But how about we debunk some of those LED skin care myths before you hit purchase, so you can go into any purchase decision knowing you’ve got all the info on your side…

Myth: ‘It’s so time consuming, I could never fit it in my day..’

Fact: It takes 10 minutes out of your day. Sure, it might be 10 minutes a couple of times a week depending on the mask, but we’re pretty certain you can find a 10-minute time frame to fit a quick mask sesh in. Most are completely hands-free so as long as you’re near a plug, the world is your oyster!

Myth: ‘The device is going to get so hot it could burn me!’

Fact: Each of these devices has been created with medical technology, so you’re certainly not at risk of being burnt. But, don’t be alarmed if the device does start to feel warm. That’s a totally normal part of the process. 

Myth: ‘It’s not safe to use, because it’s too close to my eyes’

Fact: We’ve all seen Jennifer Coolidge’s A Cinderella Story eye goggle scene (probably too many times to count), and have been scarred by the thought of LED lights near our eyes. But, take comfort: these masks have been developed to ensure the area around/the eye itself is left completely alone. 

Need to know even more LED info? Here’s the how-to guide of using one at home…

Main Image Credit: Getty

Have you had a LED treatment? Would you buy one for at home use?

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  1. I love my Omnilux mask, I got it almost 18 months ago and I’m still using it a few times a week. It’s become part of a quite relaxing routine for me, I’m putting it on while I listen to music and chill out for a bit.

  2. I just received an article in my inbox about LED light masks. What timing. A Dermatologist commented that if you suffer from seizures it’s best not to use one. Well there goes my opportunity to try one even though my seizures are under control.

  3. I got an Omnilux during black friday sales last year and have used it every day since. To be honest I haven’t seen much, if any difference. But I just feel it has to be more beneficial than just skincare