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LED Face Mask

Sale priceRs. 15,100.00

LED Face Mask
LED Face Mask Sale priceRs. 15,100.00

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Baree
where have you been my entire life?

I was looking desperately for a LED mask with yellow lights to calm my rosacea acne prone skin and this mask DID not disappoint. and the fact that it is Health Canada certified is a bonus! my redness is gone, and I have that subtle glow already after just one month of use. I would give 10 stars if I could. it feels comfy even in the Texas heat!

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Thank you so much for taking time to share your positive feedback with us. we are glad to hear that you are satisfied with our product and that it has met your expectation. Thank you
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LED Face Mask
LED Face Mask

LED Face Mask

Rs. 15,100.00

LED light therapy, originally a NASA technology renowned for its wound-healing and inflammation-soothing properties, has seamlessly integrated into the skincare community. Blue light frequencies effectively combat acne, while red light addresses anti-aging concerns. If the idea of directing lights towards your face seems intimidating, rest assured – these devices emit no ultraviolet rays. The only thing potentially frightening about these masks is their appearance.

What is Red Light Therapy?

Red light therapy, also known as Photomodulation, employs low-level wavelengths of non-invasive light to enhance skin appearance and promote healing. LED light therapy was originally a NASA technology renowned for its wound-healing and inflammation-soothing properties. Devices utilizing red and near-infrared light are proven to reduce wrinkles, fine lines, redness, and pigmentation while enhancing overall skin tone. Sabbskin Skinimalist brings the benefits of red light therapy to your fingertips, allowing you to enjoy clinical-grade treatments in the comfort of your home.

How Does it Help Your Skin?

As we age, collagen, elastin, and hyaluronic acid naturally degrade, leading to wrinkles, thinning skin, and an uneven texture. Exposure to UV rays further contributes to pigmentation and age spots. Sabbskin Skinimalist Facial Mask addresses these concerns with a dual-action approach:

-Red Light (630nm): Visible light that reduces pigmentation, redness, and inflammation, resulting in a more radiant complexion and even skin tone.

-Near-Infrared Light (830nm): Invisible light penetrating deeper into tissues, stimulating the production of new collagen and elastin for firmer, more youthful skin with fewer wrinkles.

Why Choose Sabbskin Skinimalist Mask?

Health Canada Licensed: Our device is authorized by Health Canada, ensuring its safety and effectiveness.

Optimized Energy Output and Wavelengths: Based on clinical trials, our mask delivers precise wavelengths for optimal therapeutic benefits.

Red LED light stimulates collagen production, reduce fine lines and wrinkles, and improve skin elasticity.

"Not exaggerating when I say this is the absolute best anti-aging product I have ever used. My eye wrinkles reduced by 70%, and my skin just looks and feels healthier"

~Sabbeen Sheikh

Types of Therapy

LED face masks use light-emitting diode (LED) technology to treat various skin concerns, with different colors of light targeting specific skin issues. The therapy's efficacy is grounded in the specific light spectrum each mask employs, which penetrates the skin to stimulate changes at the molecular level, enhancing skin appearance and health.

Each wavelength, or color of light, stimulates a specific skin response:

Near-infrared (830nm)
72%

Targets deeper fibroblast cells, stimulating new collagen and elastin production, resulting in plumper, firmer, more youthful looking skin.

Red Light (633nm)
59%

Reduces inflammation, pigmentation, and redness and helps prompt cellular repair and circulation for a more vibrant complexion.

Blue Light (415nm)
45%

Neutralizes acne-causing bacteria that causes the redness and inflammation of acne.

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What is Red Light Therapy?

Red light therapy, also known as Photomodulation, employs low-level wavelengths of non-invasive light to enhance skin appearance and promote healing. LED light therapy was originally a NASA technology renowned for its wound-healing and inflammation-soothing properties. Devices utilizing red and near-infrared light are proven to reduce wrinkles, fine lines, redness, and pigmentation while enhancing overall skin tone. Sabbskin Skinimalist brings the benefits of red light therapy to your fingertips, allowing you to enjoy clinical-grade treatments in the comfort of your home

How Does it Help Your Skin?

As we age, collagen, elastin, and hyaluronic acid naturally degrade, leading to wrinkles, thinning skin, and an uneven texture. Exposure to UV rays further contributes to pigmentation and age spots. Sabbskin Skinimalist Facial Mask addresses these concerns with a dual-action approach:

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Sabbskin Q&A

Frequently Asked Questions

Get to know your new skincare companion a little better with our handy FAQs. Curious about how the Sabbskin Skinimalist Facial Mask works or if it’s the right fit for your skin? Wondering about its safety or how often you should use it? We’ve gathered all your burning questions and answered them with simplicity and care. Discover how our Health Canada approved mask, inspired by groundbreaking science, can easily become part of your daily routine, bringing professional skincare results right into your home. Start your journey to glowing, youthful skin with us today.

Who's using our LED face mask?

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Kourtney Kardashian

Kourtney Kardashian is no stranger to beauty trends, so it comes as no surprise that she was among the first celebrities to jump on board with red light therapy back in 2016. She was definitely ahead of the trend when she shared her red light therapy experience. Of course, true to Kardashian form, Kourtney shared a photo of herself wearing a LED face mask via Instagram. Her post on the social media account sparked interest in this radiant, non-invasive therapy.

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Jessica Alba

Jessica Alba is another famous celebrity who has joined the red light therapy revolution. Red light therapy has become a popular skin treatment, promising to reduce fine lines, wrinkles, and even redness. Alba recently posted a photo of herself in red light therapy on Instagram, revealing a glowing LED face mask (that seems to be directly from the Star Wars sets) on her skin. Thousands of comments have been left on her post, with fans expressing their interest in trying red light therapy for themselves.

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Kate Hudson

Fabletics founder and actress Kate Hudson was among the first to try red light therapy, using a device that harnesses the power of red and infrared light to improve overall bodily health and beauty. In May 2016, Hudson shared a photo of herself in pajamas with a glowing red appearance and the text “All good” with her Pilates trainer Nicole Stuart. It looks like red light therapy is treating her well!

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Kristin Cavallari

Red light therapy has been gaining traction as the latest anti-aging trick in recent years, and Kristin Cavallari has certainly taken notice. Rather than opting for Botox injections as some celebrities do, she has chosen to turn to red light therapy instead. The actress and jewelry designer reportedly uses LED light therapy twice a week to help improve skin texture, reduce fine lines and wrinkles, and even help with skin treatments.

“I use red light therapy twice a week to prevent lines and wrinkles,” said Kristin Cavallari

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Olivia Munn

Olivia Munn, the Hollywood actress and television host, praises red light therapy. She said, “I have my own facial set up, I’ve got the professional-grade products and machines, and any girlfriend that comes over to the house, I love doing facials with them.

The X-Men actress further said, “But one of the best things is the red and blue light mask. The [red] light helps develop collagen and repair things inside, and the [blue] light is good for killing bacteria and things like that.”

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Martha Hunt

Martha Hunt, a model best known as a Victoria’s Secret Angel, takes her skin health very seriously. She started incorporating red light therapy into her skincare regimen and says the experience is extremely calming.

Regarding LED light treatment, Hunt says, “It just makes my skin feel tighter and more lifted.” She adds, “I feel so calm during [aesthetician Tracie Martyn’s] facial, afterwards, too. I could just go to sleep.”

Dermatologist Review: Dr. Nooray Recommends Sabbskin LED Face Mask

"As a professional dermatologist, I highly recommend the Sabbskin LED Face Mask for its innovative light therapy technology. This mask effectively addresses various skin concerns, including acne, fine lines, and pigmentation. With multiple settings for customized treatments, it offers a versatile solution for enhancing skin health. I trust this device for its efficacy and safety, making it a valuable addition to any skincare routine."

- Dr. Nooray

Why Choose Sabbskin Skinimalist Mask?

Health Canada Licensed: Our device is authorized by Health Canada, ensuring its safety and effectiveness.Optimized Energy Output and Wavelengths:Based on clinical trials, our mask delivers precise wavelengths for optimal therapeutic benefits.

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For Doctors Only

The manipulation of cellular function through low-level, non-thermal LED light is referred to as photobiomodulation (PBM) or low-level light therapy (LLLT). This medical treatment modality is gaining increasing clinical significance. The spectral range from 600 to 1300 nm is particularly beneficial for promoting wound healing, tissue repair, and skin rejuvenation due to its combination of high penetration in the skin and absorption by respiratory chain components.

Unlike traumatic ablative methods (e.g., laser resurfacing) and non-ablative modalities (e.g., intense pulsed light [IPL]) for skin rejuvenation, which induce secondary tissue repair by causing controlled damage to the epidermis or dermis, PBM is atraumatic. It bypasses the initial destructive step by directly stimulating regenerative processes in the skin. The mechanisms of action involve increased cellular proliferation, migration, and adhesion.

Crucial cell types for skin and tissue regeneration, such as fibroblasts, keratinocytes, and immune cells (mast cells, neutrophils, and macrophages), can be stimulated using specific wavelengths with significant tissue penetration properties. PBM avoids the known severe side effects associated with traumatic skin rejuvenation procedures, including inflammation, pain perception, and prolonged social downtime. It has successfully alleviated common symptoms of laser resurfacing and IPL treatment.

Photon emitters, such as lasers or LEDs, have proven effective for PBM, highlighting that the treatment parameters (wavelength, irradiance, and fluence) are likely responsible for the effects, rather than the technical type of light source.

While lasers and LED light sources may have dot-shaped (punctiform) emission characteristics and narrow spectral bandwidths, they also pose some disadvantages. To address this, a polychromatic spectrum covering a broader spectral region may be favorable for skin rejuvenation and repair, considering that the action spectra for tissue regeneration consist of more than one wavelength.