Yes, our Skinlight light therapy mask is suitable for everyone, young and old. The difference is the choice of light frequency which is chosen based on the skin need that may be.
NOTE: Light therapy should not be used by: Children, pregnant and breastfeeding women, epileptics, light allergy sufferers, people with eye diseases or very sensitive eyes, as well as for open wounds.
Or if one suffers from the following conditions such as:
Overactive thyroid gland
Diabetes (due to the retina of the eye being impaired by diabetes)
Yes, the light has no effect on rags.
Yes, absolutely! They are the ones who make all the difference. You can read more about the explanation of all seven color frequencies under the product description here: https://www.shopmedicoline.dk/product-page/skinlight-lysterapimaske
Red (~ 630-760 nm)
One of the most powerful colors to increase blood circulation. Stimulates the skin cells to secrete collagen, so that a firm and smooth skin structure is achieved.
The red light penetrates 8-10 mm and is suitable for all skin types.
Blue (~ 400-450 mn)
Has an excellent effect on relieving impurities by beating down the skin inflammation that lies in the subcutaneous tissue and teases.
The blue light has a soothing effect, and is suitable for skin that is sensitive, oily and prone to skin irritation.
Green (~ 525-550 nm)
The green light which lies between the red and the blue light, is suitable for mixed / combined skin and good for fine lines with a tendency to uneven skin surface.
At the same time, the relief of the skin can make both the body and the skin relax.
Purple (425-435 nm)
Relaxing and improving lymph metabolism. The purple light strengthens the tissue's protein fibers, reduces pores and at the same time eliminates yellowish undertones on the face, wrinkles and work with skin that tends to impurities.
Cyan (~ 500-640nm)
Gentle treatment of impurities and relief of irritated skin. The cyan colored light can adjust the function of the skin glands and thus improve oily skin, blackheads, redness and impurities.
At the same time, the synthesis of protein and collagen is promoted, which causes the skin to activate and contract.
Yellow / Light green (~ 560-590 nm)
Improves blood circulation and inhibits melamine production so that dark spots, freckles and impurities are lightened.
White (~ 630 nm)
Relaxing and good against winter fatigue
Yes absolutely! The light affects the subcutaneous tissue, not the muscles that botox works on.
We recommend waiting with the light therapy treatments until after 1 week, so that the weight of the mask does not put too much pressure on the injected areas and the botox risks moving.
We recommend that you keep your eyes closed during treatment and do not look any longer into the LEDs. Eye protection glasses included!
The Skinlight light therapy mask is equipped with LED lamps which have a very long life. The tested service life is approx. 3-4 years, but it depends a lot on how much or how little the mask is used.
The Skinlight light therapy mask is equipped with as many as 152 LED LEDs, evenly distributed in the mask so that it covers all areas except the eyes and mouth. LED works with natural light waves without harmful UVA / UVB rays.
Yes, without problems. However, we recommend waiting 3 weeks after the end of treatment to use the light therapy again. The natural light waves that are transmitted to the skin via the LEDs do not degrade the skin, but instead build up the skin from within. So light therapy is only one benefit.
No, light therapy treatments can not provoke vascular rupture. The mask treats with natural light waves and does not contain UVA / UVB rays that are harmful to health.
The irradiance / brightness value is 29.8mw / cm2 for all colors.
The rubber membrane at the eyes is made of Organic Silica Gel and is hypoallergenic. Should, unexpectedly, an irritation occur at the membrane, these can be easily removed completely from the mask. Just gently pull them out of their groove and use the Skinlight light therapy mask without the membrane instead. A cotton ball can be placed over the eye instead if desired, but is not a necessity.