Does it Work? LED Therapy Mask for Skin Benefits
Nov 29 2019
By. Wendy Kim
Jan 16 2020
LED Mask is no longer a stranger to us. It is now easier to spot LED masks both online and offline and now more and more people are curious about the effect of the product. Now that we are more familiar with the idea of LED mask, now we are starting to ask the question “what is the best serum to use with LED mask?”, “how can we maximize the LED light skincare with skincare products that we own?”.
Different colors of LED light is meant to target different skin concerns of the skin. To enjoy the LED light therapy to the most, it is said to be best to use LED mask on bare face before applying any thick skincare products onto the skin (or with just the lightest layer of hydration to keep skin hydrated). Without any serum or cream barrier blocking the skin, the light will be able to travel into the deeper layer of the skin. Yet, as different colors have different effects on the skin, if you pair those colors with the right skincare products after LED therapy, you’ll be able to maximize the skincare effect that you look forward to experience.
Cosidering how serum products deliver active ingredients most effectively among the skincare category, here are some of the best serum to use with LED mask according to different colors!
The red light is meant to improve fine lines and enhance skin’s elasticity. This light will be most ideal for those seeking to target skin’s ealsticity so pairing it products that contains antioxidant and antiaging ingredient would be the best way to give the care you want. One great ingredient to consider when it comes to elasticity care and improving fine lines, is “peptide“.
This blue drop only contains 10 ingredients but not just any ingredients. The 10 simple ingredient list is like the following:
Water, Butylene Glycol, sh-Oligopeptide-1, sh-Polypeptide-1, Vaccinium Angustifolium (Blueberry) Fruit Extract, Lecithin, Sorbitan Sesquioleate, 1,2-Hexanediol, Caprylyl Glycol, PEG-60 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Glycerin, Chlorphenesin, Guaiazulene, Ethylhexylglycerin, Adenosine
With these ingredients, this night serum reduces fine lines and wrinkles using a dual peptide formula strengthened by EGF (sh-Oligopeptide-1) and bFGF (sh-Polypeptide-1). Ten ingredients fight and prevent aging to maintain youthful-looking skin.
There is an ingredient that comes across our mind when we think of ‘orange’; Vitamin C. We know that Vitamin C is an effective ingredient for brightening and just like the skincare ingredient, the color orange on the LED light is designed to target dull skin when used for a long period of time. Thus pairing the orange light with your favorite Vitamin C serum will be the best way to maximize the brightening effect that you look forward to enjoy.
This hypoallergenic vitamin serum was formulated with stabilized pure Vitamin C to treat dead skin cells, dull skin tone and enlarged pores. Use overnight to enjoy brighter complexion and clearer skin on the following morning!
If your skin gets easily irritated and sensitive, you might want to turn on the blue light on your LED mask. This light is designed to care for pores and sensitive skin. However, if you have been following skincare for a while, you will be well aware of some of the ingredients that are effective for soothing and calming care and how strengthening skin barrier is the best way to keep skin healthy and faw from sensitivity. Try pairing the blue light with some of the best soothing ingredients like ‘green tea‘.
Just like the name refers, this serum has a texture of a oil yet is watery. This unique formulation is enriched with Jeju Green Tea Water, Bifida Ferment Extract and Peptide. This oil-like moisturizing serum will boost skin regeneration and antioxidation. The ingredients will seap into the layers of the skin in a unique, stick-free forumla making it comfortable to be used among different skin types, including oily skin. So if you need soothing care or lack moisture in your skin barrier, try pairing your blue LED light with this watery oily drop.
Jun 18 2019
By. Lorena Jimenez