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Want a Celebrity Complexion on the Cheap? Try LED Light Therapy!

Celebrities like Kate Hudson and Kourtney Kardashian have been spotted wearing light therapy masks, crediting them with giving them glowing, blemish-free complexions. Just how does this revolutionary skincare treatment work? Find out how it can help your skin below -and how you can save hundreds by doing LED light therapy at home.

How Does LED Therapy Work?

How can a few lights make a difference to your skin? It’s simple but fascinating; LED lights can reach below the surface of your skin and change its cellular structure. This totally painless, non-invasive treatment boosts collagen, flushes out dead and damaged cells and heals damage like scars and acne. There are a few different types of LED light therapy – here’s a primer on what each one does:

Red Light Therapy

Red light treatment reaches all the way below your skin’s subcutaneous fat. This allows it to stimulate the fibroblast cells that produce collagen and elastin – the substances that keep your skin firm, smooth and youthful. If it’s an anti-ageing effect you’re after, then use red light therapy for wrinkles and fine lines.

Green Light Therapy

Green light reaches midway between were red and blue light therapy do. It’s a more soothing treatment, ideal for treating sun damage or rosacea, or as a general way of improving your complexion and reducing redness. It will boost your skin’s circulation, flushing out waste from your skin for a glowing, healthy appearance.

Blue Light Therapy

You can swear by blue light therapy for acne. It reaches the glands in your skin that produce sebum and sweat – key causes of blemishes. The UV rays from blue light treatment also kill bacteria on your skin’s surface, stopping it before it can cause acne to form. It’s far better than acne creams or medication as there are no drying, irritating side effects.

Save Money with LED Light Therapy at Home

One 30 minute LED facial treatment costs an average of £40. Not too bad as a one-off treat, but to really see results you should use an LED mask once a day for at least 2 weeks. This adds up to a shocking £560! To maintain your new glowing complexion, you’ll need 1-2 maintenance treatments a week. So, a full year of LED therapy in a spa would cost £4560 – no big deal if you’re a Kardashian, but a tiny bit of a stretch for someone on an average income! Luckily it’s possible to reap the benefits of an LED face mask at home for a fraction of the cost. The Collagenius Collagen Therapy LED Facial Mask costs £299.99 – the equivalent of a week’s worth of spa treatments. This salon-quality LED light therapy mask three colours of light therapy, making it suitable for treating wrinkles, scars, acne, rosacea and sun damage. It’s the ideal skincare solution whatever your skin type. The multicolour mode of the Collagenius Collagen Therapy LED Facial Mask can be used for general skin care, offering complexion-boosting effects with no fancy creams or potions needed. It’s not only far cheaper than having this treatment in a spa, it’s way more convenient. Just strap on the mask and lie back on your bed or sofa for a relaxing treatment in the comfort of your own home, whenever you want it!