The Light Salon

Boost At-Home LED Treatment Mask

1-Mask

This product is available for UK delivery only

£395.00

The Light Salon Boost At-Home LED Treatment Mask helps Strengthen, Rejuvenate, Brighten, Lift and Plump your skin with LED light therapy treatment.

The Light Salon Boost LED Treatment Mask is an LED light therapy treatment mask for use at-home, in-between salon appointments, whenever and wherever you want.

Boost Light Salon LED Treatment Mask is made of flexible silicon, hands-free and completely portable. Works for any face shape and lifestyle.

Flexible & Portable:

Lays out entirely flat and travels easily, with global adaptors and protective bag provided.

Clincally-Proven Wavelengths:

RED stimulates collagen, encourages healing, calms redness and evens skin tone.

NEAR-INFRARED is the most powerful of the rejuvenative wavelengths, penetrating deeper than any product can reach. Near infrared boosts circulation, improving the removal of toxins, delivering oxygen and nourishing the skin, whilst working in combination with red light to enhance the production of collagen and elastin.

For hygiene reasons, beauty devices that have been opened cannot be returned or exchanged unless they are faulty. However, we do offer a 14-day cooling-off period, if the product is not used and you change your mind. In this event, we will refund the price paid in full, subject to any deduction we are entitled to make if the item returned is not in a fully resaleable condition or the packaging is damaged.

A full two year warranty is offered for faulty goods.

The Boost LED Mask only uses Red and Near-Infrared light (NIR), not Blue light.
Scientific studies have identified that Blue light, delivered to uncovered eyes, at high levels can be linked to eye safety issues.

The Light Salon Mask How To Use Video:

Brighten, Plumps and & Lifts:

Delivering optimised intensities of clinically-proven Red 633nm and Near-Infrared 830nm wavelengths (for wrinkles, hydration and firmness).

The Boost LED Mask has been tested to the highest internationally recognized eye safety standards (IEC 62471:2006:2008) and has been deemed to be safe and within the limited of safe exposure for the eye and skin.
As with all light products, the Boost LED Mask is not recommended for those with a known genetic predisposition to light, genetic conditions of the eye or who are taking medications that increase sensitivity to light.

 

 

Do not use the Boost LED Mask if you are taking medication that can cause photosensitivity, have a photosensitive disorder or are pregnant or breast feeding. Photosensitivity (sensitization to light) is a common side effect of various medications and some herbal remedies. If you are unsure please speak with your healthcare provider.

 

 

 

Product Code: TLS0001

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