By June RamliTweet
Sydney, June 13: It is a public holiday in Australia today, with the exception of Queensland and Western Australia, the whole nation is celebrating the Queen’s birthday.
And to pay our homage, we at DailyStraits.com have decided to publish a beauty device review of a product that hails from the United Kingdom.
Today, we will be writing to you about our experiences of using the CurrentBody Skin Led Light Therapy Mask, which is a rather established and award-winning product that has been in the market for over a year.
We have all been there, dreamt of smooth glowing skin and now with the at-home LED mask from CurrentBody, you can achieve that in a matter of weeks.
If this is you right now, then look no further, as this device is just what you need. The CurrentBody Skin LED Light Therapy Mask stimulates the production of new collagen, calms redness and creates even skin tone using dual technology.
The Red Light and Infra-Red Light rejuvenate your skin leaving you visibly glowing with noticeably healthier skin.
The mask is made from patented flexible silicone that wraps perfectly around your face and ensures that light penetrates every area of the skin.
When I first got the device, I was in awe at how well packaged the facemask was and that it would be a great gift for your loved ones.
The device comes in a rectangle box with many other attachments inside it.
The company’s Australian publicists were even nice enough to send me a suitable adaptor for me to use the device with, as the product came equipped with a type G plug that is only suitable for British home use.
I also received a complimentary CurrentBody green tea serum in addition to the facemask but before I go on telling you about the serum let’s first talk about the LED mask.
As this was the first time I was using such a facemask I had to make sure I read the manual cover to cover to understand exactly how to use this device correctly.
For a first-time user such as myself, the manual helped me understand the product better as well as the best way to use it.
There are some restrictions when using this product.
For instance, if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or have an eye infection, you are advised not to use the device till your situation is back to normal.
After reading all the instructions I started trying out this device with confidence.
The first thing I did was to charge the device for six hours straight.
Once fully charged, I followed their instruction to the letter and tested the mask on my inner arm first for 10 minutes before moving on to my face.
According to the company’s product brochure, if a customer were to receive adverse reactions while testing the device on their arms, they can then return the product for a full refund but this must be done within 14-day of purchase.
I urge you to test the product as soon as you purchase it but for those intending to gift it to someone, do let them know of this disclaimer and make sure you keep the receipts for them to utilise in case they need it for a refund.
But, thankfully, I could go on with the product review after having tested it on my inner arms as I didn’t have any adverse reaction to it.
Before I could start using the device, I had to ensure that my face was absolutely clean and free from any sort of make-up, skincare or moisturiser. This device must be used on clean and dry skin.
Only after those boxes were checked could I start using the product for testing purposes.
Once you put the LED mask on, it has to be continuously used for 10 minutes straight. I normally put the device on while watching Netflix. There is no burning sensation whatsoever and I felt at ease every time I used it.
Don’t worry if you lose count of time as the device automatically switches off once you reach the 10-minute mark.
For the product to work like a demigod, it needs to be used a minimum of three to four times a week, continuously for four weeks for maximum results.
To date, this device has been clinically proven to reduce wrinkles by 35 per cent in just four weeks.
As I don’t have any wrinkles on my face, this wasn’t something I could test wholeheartedly but I felt that my skin had shown improvements in terms of the smoothness after four weeks of continuous use.
It was rather hard for me to say whether it was the LED mask or the serum that was doing the trick but for now, I will give both products credit.
The green tea serum concentration is rather thick, so tiny drops are enough to cover the whole face at any one time.
The serum is best used before the treatment as it helps boosts the regenerative effects of the LED.
The serum does smell like the actual green tea so if you are the type of person who likes your serum to be odourless you can stay away from purchasing this product.
But as I pondered upon this further, I realised that this LED therapy mask is a great device to have as an alternative for busy individuals to use from time to time on their face all whilst in the comforts of their home.
It also can be used for an unlimited number of times and comes with no expiration date.
The only downside with this product is that it cannot be shared with others.
I must also mention that the product manual only comes written in one language – English.
In a nutshell, this LED therapy mask is definitely worth every penny for those who take their skincare routine seriously because results can be seen with constant use.
The CurrentlyBody Skin Led Light Therapy Mask that I had the privilege to review is retailed at AU$515 while the green tea serum is priced at AU$28.
*** The team at DailyStraits.com was given the honour to review the CurrentBody Skin Led Light Therapy mask and green tea serum last month. We hoped that you enjoyed this product review and if you have any other beauty products that you would like us to test, please get in touch with us at email@example.com. Thank you!
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