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Light Therapy Shield is a pain-less, non-invasive, rejuvenating at-home skin treatment recommended for home-use between clinical treatments. LED light  technology was discovered by NASA, origionally used for growing plants in outer space, but was later proven to benefit humans skin cells too. LED has been shown to increase microcirculation of cells, speeding metabolism and killing p.acne bacterium (bacteria causing acne) and more.

LED or "Light Emitting Diode" works by emitting infrared light in specific wavelenhths  or depths, offering multiple skin benefits anyone can access from the comfort of their own home. This hands-free face-shield is comfortable and does not obstruct your view or require to be plugged in during use. Simply recharge the device with the provided USB cable, apply a hydrating masque or serum and enjoy 15 min of skin boosting light. Results seen with consistent use! The different lights listed from most proven for their individual use:

Red Light (620-750nm) - increases blood circulation, speeds cell metabolism, stimulates collagen production

Blue Light  (476nm - 495nm)- Kills p. acne bacteria which lives and thrives in the sebaceous oil glands located on the hair follacles in the skin. This bacteria causes a localized infection causing inflammation and what we know as "acne". By killing the bacteria that causes the acne, the acne is no longer active, allowing the skin to heal and repair."

Amber Light (590nm - 620nm) - Used to flush waste from the skin, boost lymphatic flow and increase cellular growth, aiding in cell-turnover, or production of new skin cells.

Green light - has a calming, anti-inflammatory effect on the skin. Also used for reducing mental stress and alleviating headaches 

Purple light (combination of red & blue light) - for healing and repairing acne scars
Light purple - for reducing age spots, and firming sagging skin
Cyanine light - enhance cell energy, and metabolism