La Lumiere Debuts Affordable LED Technology Based Devices
There are no shortage of products of at home products that use technology such as light-therapy that claim to get wrinkles or reduce the signs of aging. However, many of these devices because of their cost are out of the reach of many. La Lumiere, wants offer similar technology that is accessible to a wider group of women. The company is introducing two devices light therapy skin care treatment one for acne and the other anti-aging that are affordable and convenient.
“Not everyone can afford regular dermatologist treatment. I wanted to create a device that would give everyone the opportunity to experience advanced skincare technology from the comfort of his or her home,” explains Jay Tapper, founder and CEO of La Lumiere, LLC and the illuMask™ brand. “We’ve successfully designed these products to make this safe and highly effective treatment accessible to everyone.”
The illuMask™ Anti-Acne Light Therapy Mask is an FDA approved product targeted to treat mild to moderate acne. It uses LED light wavelengths similar to those used in dermatologist offices and distribute them evenly across and clinical results proved illuMask™ left skin clearer, smoother, and less oily with fewer blemishes. Additionally, most of the users who tested (93%) noticed improvements in skin appearance in as little as two weeks.
Like Anti-Acne Light Therapy Mask, the illuMask™ Anti-Aging Phototherapy uses LED light wavelengths to target the entire wrinkles and age marker. It uses red and infrared light wavelengths and uniformly distributes the light over the entire face. Customers who used the product exclusively for two weeks noticed improved prove skin tone, texture and skin felt less dehydrated. Additionally most users noticed a reduction in the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles after four weeks of daily use.
Both products retail for just $30 and are available at retailers such as at Target, Wal-Mart, Ulta, and Walgreen’s.