Can LED Masks Erase Acne and Wrinkles? What Dermatologists Want You To Know (TODAY.com)

June 3, 2021

As vaccinated Americans start to take off their face coverings in public, some are turning to a different type of mask at home in the hopes of achieving better-looking skin.

LED face masks are growing in popularity, boosted by celebrities touting their use on social media and the general quest to get a bit of extra glow after the stresses of the pandemic. The devices promise to make a difference in treating acne and improving fine lines through “light therapy.”

Pooja Sodha, MD, a board-certified dermatologist and director of the Center for Laser and Cosmetic Dermatology at the George Washington University Medical Faculty Associates, comments on how and the accuract of LED devices actually improving your skin.

Read the full article on TODAY.com.

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