Led Mask Can Banish Lines, Clear Spots and Repair Sun Damage

A mask that utilizes the latest technology from NASA, the mask LED (Light Emitting Diode), is claimed to eliminate the wrinkles, dark spots on my face and skin damage due to sun exposure.

The Light Masque is a gadget fit for the 21st Century

The Light Masque, which utilizes the latest technology from NASA and works by emitting red and near-infrared LED light all over the face, is claimed to eliminate the wrinkles, dark spots on your face and skin damage due to sun exposure, the Daily Mail (UK) reports.

This one is slightly different masks in how to use it, compared to traditional masks. No need to rub it all over his face mask, allow it to dry and then washed with water. At £75 a session, the Light Masque could actually leave competition in the dust, if all the claims it makes are anything even remotely close to what happens in real life.

LED mask attached quite like wearing face masks. Then, this sophisticated gadget will give you exposure to red light to the entire face for 25 minutes. The shape is a little strange, like a mask as in futuristic movies. But its creator, John Tsagaris, skin beauty expert who is also mentioned, these masks have many benefits.

This is a futuristic gadget that claims to do almost the impossible: fight all signs of old age, including wrinkles and blemishes, but also stimulate the production of collagen, vitamin D and, more surprisingly, improve mood and leave one feeling more energized. And that’s all thanks to the LED light, which is more gentle than laser and has the most amazing results.

John Tsagaris is one of London’s most intriguing independent health-and-beauty practitioners. He’s a doctor of Chinese medicine (he has a degree in traditional Chinese medicine combined with human bioscience and also holds a postgraduate diploma in skin disorders and beauty care).

His work has included placements in hospitals in Beijing, where he specialized in dermatology, gynecology, cardiology and geriatrics, and he now has a clinic just off Harley Street and does the odd day at Harrods’ new MediSpa,” the Daily Mail says of the man who invented this futuristic, miracle-working gadget.

“This is something for the 21st century, using the latest NASA technology. NASA has been researching the potential of LED light and has adapted it to use on astronauts and for the U.S. Navy. It also lifts energy levels, making patients feel full of life, ” John Tsagaris said.

He continued: “This light is accelerating the energy potential of skin cells, working particularly on the mitochondria, the energy factory that is inside each cell. The light works like photosynthesis for the skin by converting light energy to promote healing and anti-ageing effects at a deep level. It also works on preventing bacteria in the skin.”

Alice Hart-davis, the editot at the Daily Mail (UK), who even used the Light LED Masque once to see whether it rose to the hype it generated, said that all it takes is 25 minutes lying on one’s back, with a pair of goggles strapped to the face. The procedure is painless, leaves no mark and, most importantly, it has results that are visible almost instantly, it us further being claimed.

She wrote: “At the end of the treatment, my skin looked brighter and much more even in tone – the result, I was told, of the boost in circulation that the light gives.  For best results, I would need a treatment three times a week for two weeks. You know what? I might just do that.” [LED Light Masque via Daily Mail (UK)]

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