The reviews are in– check in with the Project E Beauty LED Light Therapy Mask!

We have spoken quite a bit about LED masks and their benefits, but have people been taking the plunge and trying it out? Hear what our customers think and see for yourself if the LED light therapy masks actually work! 

Feature Review: Project E Beauty LED Mask Before and After by 

The Happy experimenter tried the Skin Rejuvenation Photon Mask for 30 days. She chose to follow the clear instructions and started with one 10-minute red light treatment, followed by one 5-minute blue light treatment – 4 times a week.

The next week she took it up a notch and did five 20-minute red light treatments, followed by 10-minute blue light treatments. Last two weeks she upped the red-light treatment time to 25 minutes while continuing with 10 minutes of blue light therapy.

The different light therapies are helpful to you in reaching your desired skin goals. Whether that be an anti-acne treatment, or a skin tightening treatment, the device has you covered.

“Overall, I am very happy with the results. After only 30 days I can say that nothing has disappeared overnight, but I can see (and others can too) a noticeable change in my skin and I believe the LED face mask works as it promises.”

Project E Beauty LED Face Mask 30 Days Results

Week one: How it felt

“The LED facial feels pleasant and relaxing (the mask does not get hot) and forces you to dedicate 20 minutes to rest. But the mask does feel a bit heavy on the face and leaves a slight mark near the eyes and on the nose, though they disappear in about 30 minutes.

My skin feels a little dry and tight immediately afterward, but I use the best serum for LED light therapy immediately after each treatment, which returns the moisture and elasticity immediately).”

Treatment time: 20 minutes (15 minutes red light, 5 minutes blue light). Intensity – 3 on the first day, 4 on the next, and 5 on the next day and from now on. Total: 4 times the first week.

“My skin looks somewhat more even, and redness is slightly reduced.”

 

Week two: How it felt

“It feels like my skin has adapted to the treatment and does not get as dry as it did on week 1. Also, it feels like my skin is cleansing and removing excess oil. Skin looks dewier, a bit more glowing, wrinkles near the eyes (crow’s-feet) noticeably reduced. Reduced redness, pigmentation, and capillaries.

I’m starting to really enjoy my daily rest time when all I have to do is lay down and relax.”

Treatment time: 20 minutes (15 – red and 4 – blue), intensity level 5, a total of 5 treatments this week.

 

Week three and four: How it felt

“I’m starting to really enjoy my daily rest time when all I have to do is lay down and relax. “I’m starting to get compliments about my glowing skin, from people who have no idea I’m doing red LED facials at home.”

Treatment time: 20 minutes (15 – red and 4 – blue), intensity level 5, a total of 5 treatments this week.

By the end of the 4-week treatment, here is what she noticed with her skin:

  • Skin feels and looks smoother, she achieved significant skin tightening
  • Reduced capillaries
  • Reduced crow’s feet, forehead wrinkles, and nasolabial wrinkles
  • Reduced pigmentation
  • Slight improvement in acne scarring due to its great anti-acne properties
  • Skin feels generally cleaner

“I intend to continue using the Project E LED Face mask and I can’t wait to see my skin after the full 12 weeks. I have a feeling that this is the future of skincare! The daily use of the Project E LED mask and adding to my routine was an enjoyable experience. It has forced me (yay!) to set aside 25 minutes every day to focus on ME.”

Getting into the anti-aging, skin tightening, and anti-acne features

The new 7-color Project E Beauty LED mask has a neck attachment to treat neck wrinkles and sagging skin, and it is completely portable with its rechargeable battery. You can achieve significant skin tightening around the neck with just a few weeks of use!

This means you can treat your face and neck at the same time – in one treatment – while moving around and doing anything you’d like. Another great bonus is that it’s 50% lighter in weight than the previous version and won’t feel heavy and uncomfortable on your face.

The 7 colors include:

  • Red Light- Increased Blood Flow and Collagen Production
  • Blue Light- Calms and Tightens Skin
  • Green Light- Improve Pigmentation, Fine Lines, and Anti-Aging
  • Yellow Light- Smoothes Skin and Reduces Redness
  • Purple Light- Relaxing, Improves Lymph Metabolism
  • Light Blue Light- Soothing, Can Help Allergies
  • NEW White Light- Accelerate Tissue Metabolism

The recommended treatment time – 10-15 minutes per treatment, 3-4 treatment a week, and reduce to 1-2 treatment a week once the result is shown.

Each light targets a different skin issue. For example, the red light is perfect to achieve the anti-aging and skin tightening benefits, and it does so by increasing the Blood Flow and Collagen Production in the skin. On the other hand, yellow light smoothens out the skin and reduces redness– the anti-acne properties make it so that scars and blemishes heal faster with this light. The light activates photoreceptors in skin cells, producing energy for absorption by skin components, to beautify your complexion.

How to use?
1. Wash your face before the treatment.
2. Press the "Power " button to switch the LED mask on.
3. Press "Start/Stop" to start the treatment.
4. Set the time by pressing the "Time" buttons". To set the mode, press the "Color" button. To Adjust the intensity, press the "Energy" buttons.

Final thoughts?

So, what do you think? If you were still on the fence with LED Light Therapy Mask, we hope this feature review blog has satisfied any of the concerns that might have been holding you back.

We will continue to post feature blogs with user reviews, so please do share your thoughts with us in the reviews by leaving comments!

 

Reference:

https://www.infrared-light-therapy.com/project-e-beauty-led-face-mask-review/

Jung C, Khalsa S, et al. Acute Effects of Bright Light Exposure on Cortisol Levels. Journal of Biological Rhythms. 2010 Jun.

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