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Back in March, around the Golden Globes, we discovered that Renée Zellweger, Kaley Cuoco and Gal Gadot prepared for the star-studded event (albeit online) with an LED face mask.
But even before 2021, many celebs have spoken out about their love of the light skin therapy, hailing its results as magical.
Kourtney Kardashian has often uploaded Instagram stories of her donning an LED face mask, while, back in 2019, Victoria Beckham shared two images of herself with her 26.8million Instagram followers testing her own LED face mask.
She explained to followers that she had been sent the face mask from Australian celebrity facialist Melanie Grant due to its major skin benefits: "Red light is for collagen and blood flow."
She continued: "White light is anti-inflammatory, healing and firming. Blue is antibacterial and so good for blemish prone skin."
So now you can emulate the skin routine of the stars for under £50. Sounds like a good deal to us.
Why we rate it:
Proven to help reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines, the LED mask penetrates deep within the layers of your skin and helps to stimulate collagen production.
It also helps to improve pigmentation, reduce redness and encourage a more radiant and healthier looking complexion.
Many people find that it helps them to reduce acne scarring and blemishes, too.
Plus, it comes with a carry bag and is easy to charge making it the perfect travel companion to ensure glowing skin wherever you are in the world (even if it's jus the UK for now).
The mask is currently on pre-order, with a dispatch date of 2nd September, however it's selling fast so hurry and make your face light up.