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Wireless LED Light Therapy Mask $144 (Save $35, Was $179) & Free Shipping @ Glowstick Co

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New product just launched tonight! Oz Bargain lovers get $35 off and FREE SHIPPING Australia wide.

It's a new Wireless LED Light Therapy Mask that you can multitask with while getting a facial home. You can see through the lens and you're not connected to any cords whilst in use.

It has 47 therapeutic LED lights that use targeted wavelengths that treat the most common skin concerns.

Our clinical red, blue and yellow light to help reduce breakouts, acne, pigmentation, fine lines, wrinkles and uneven skin texture leaving you with clearer, smoother skin in just 30 minutes! Use 3 x per week for best results.

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  • +10 votes

    April Fool !!!

  • Weren't these type of masks discontinued by Neutrogena because they caused damage to the eyes?

    "Last month (2019), Neutrogena voluntarily recalled its popular Light Therapy Acne Mask, citing customer complaints of eye problems and “an abundance of caution,” according to the company. "

    If a big company like Neutrogena can't do this properly, what makes you think I would trust a random store… ? :/

    • Not endorsing OP's product or anything but it was due to a flawed design that didn't isolate the eyes from the lights.

      https://imgur.com/kDMgGux

      Imagine looking at a bright red light for 15 minutes straight.

      Neutrogena still has other light products for sale such as their light therapy pen.

      eg. https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B077ZM7FZ4

      • Yeah, but the pan isn't a gigantic flashlight in your face.

        Honestly, I had the neutrogena mask and loved it. Never had a problem, but didn't use it long enough to find out, I suppose.

        Just a valid concern :(

        • Thanks guys yes 100% understand this. I've sent a message to this thread below however we have silicone eye goggles attached to the inside that basically suction over your eyes when in use. This protection was really important to us :)

  • this looks sick , especially if you want to become the next daft punk

    • Well they just retired, so check ebay for some used masks

      • It’s worth 20 of anyone’s novelty value bucks. Also, looks like something that would be worn by 10,000 factory workers at Apple. That’s 1 mask ea (to any smartarses), not 10,000 in the same mask.

  • Selling alot cheaper on Ali express.

  • Do these ship around the world, around the world? around the world, around the world?

  • Fully endorsed by Pete Evans.

  • Man in the iron mask?

  • The next gen sexy coronavirus face shield.

  • I see your claim is that this is a therapeutic product. Could you please post the product’s ARTG number to support the therapeutic claims that you’re making? Also, what’s a “clinical red, blue and yellow light”?

  • What a load of b$&locks!

  • Hey Guys Our masks are FDA approved and they have silicone protective goggles inside the mask so they are safe for your eyes. This blocks out the light to your eyes compared to others on the market that just have sunglasses on the inside that you cannot see out of. Neutrogena did recall their masks years ago due to concerns around the impact on peoples eyes as theirs didn't have enough protection. There are many LED Light Therapy Masks on the market now and ours have your eyes covered….see what I did there? Again our main benefits are that it's wireless and has stronger lights compared to other wireless ones on the market. Happy to answer any other questions guys!

  • From FAQ

    With LED light therapy, the light is absorbed by the skin which then turns into energy and stimulates your cells to replicate more healthy cells.

    What proportion of light is absorbed and at which wavelength? And what proportion is reflected away from the skin surface? What form of energy does the absorbed light turn into and will this energy damage the DNA? How does this energy stimulate cell replication? You know that cancer is uncontrolled cell replication with damaged DNA, don't you?

  • Thanks Alvian. Each of the light wavelengths are listed as well: RED LIGHT (620-630nm), BLUE LIGHT (460-470nm), YELLOW LIGHT (580-590nm).

    Each of these stimulate different reactions within the skin for example the red light works by producing a biochemical effect in cells that strengthens the mitochondria. The energy-carrying molecule found in the cells of all living things is called ATP (adenosine triphosphate).

    By increasing the function of the mitochondria using RLT, a cell can make more ATP. With more energy, cells can function more efficiently, rejuvenate themselves, and repair damage.

    Blue light kills acne causing bacteria. Acne phototherapy is based on the fact that acne bacteria produce a large amount of a compound called porphyrin. When the skin is exposed to high-intensity blue light (like the wavelength above we have mentioned) the porphyrins release active oxygen that kills the bacteria without damage to the surrounding skin cells.

    And then for the yellow light this works by promoting the alternating function of cell oxygen and improves circulation.

    There is no UV within the LED (light emitting diodes) and this is the same LED technology that has been used by dermatologists for years. This device is FDA approved and it has no downtime after use. Hope this helps!