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This Is the LED Mask Dermatologists Recommend for Acne-Prone Skin

LED Acne Mask

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I scare my sister’s cat while wearing it. I look like Ironman for 10 minutes a day. But other than that, I can attest that Neutrogena’s Light Therapy Mask, $30, really works to treat present and future breakouts. In recent years, I’ve become a big fan of incorporating an LED mask into my everyday skin-care routine—and dermatologists agree.

While the Neutrogena Light Therapy Mask can help prevent acne and other skin issues from occurring, dermatologists admit that at-home LED treatment is still not as powerful as those used by professionals. “There is nothing wrong with using at-home light therapy masks—I’m a fan of the one by Neutrogena,” explains dermatologist Rachel Nazarian, M.D., of Schweiger Dermatology Group in New York City. “The only downside is that they are a fraction of the strength of what you would find in-office. But benefits are still there, and I would recommend home treatments over doing nothing.”


Source: Self – This Is the LED Mask Dermatologists Recommend for Acne-Prone Skin By, Tiffany Dodson


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