There’s a hundred ways it seems these days to try to turn back the clock on your epidermis, but one thing – short of a chemical peel or a facelift – works topically: LED light therapy.
Statistics show that up to 90% of visible skin changes commonly associated with aging are caused by sun damage, and still, only 50% of people use sunscreen during the summer months. LightStim for Wrinkles is giving you a second chance. This unique Multi-Wave LED light technology will help your skin recover from the sun’s relentless rays.
FDA-approved for over-the-counter treatment of periorbital wrinkles, LightStim for Wrinkles is a safe, non-invasive and affordable remedy to restore vitality and radiance to sun-stressed skin, delivering great skin, but it takes some patience. LightStim for Wrinkles’ revolutionary technology simultaneously emits multiple wavelengths of light that enables users to achieve unparalleled, professional-grade results at home, not overnight mind you, but in a few weeks you will see changes.
The benefits include the stimulation of collagen and elastin as it reduces and eliminates fine lines and wrinkles. A bonus side effect is that it increases skin’s moisture retention and minimizes the appearance of pore size
I have been using LightStim for about 3 weeks and my skin is noticeably smoother and my skin tone is much more even. People who use this regularly swear in a month you will be a lifetime user.
The bottom line: You get a real improvement on sun-damaged skin and uneven skin tone.
Easy to use, I did it while watching “The White Queen” and “Luther” screeners from summer TCA press tour, using my phone as a timer. Apply directly to the skin, hold in place for two to three minutes per location, totaling 20 minutes. Your skin feels really warm where the light is applied, but not unomfortable. Most people see results after 6-8 weeks of daily use. It comes with a lightweight serum too that helps with the rejuvenating process.
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