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These days, our bodies rarely get a chance to catch up on the rest we so desperately need. We’re on the go 24/7; working multiple jobs, raising a family, getting a degree (or two), trying to drink enough water, eat enough greens, and also get our 10,000 steps a day. It’s exhausting. Luckily, technology is starting to catch up to our speed and Dr. Dennis Gross has released a new, FDA-cleared LED eye mask that gives us rested, more youthful looking eyes in just three minutes a day. I’ve been testing it out for about a month and happy to share some more details in my Dr Dennis Gross SpectraLite EyeCare Pro review.
If you’ve ever gone for a facial or are simply into beauty and skin care, you’ve probably heard of the use of LED/laser lights to improve several skin afflictions – from fine lines to texture and hyperpigmentation, LED (Light Emitting Diode) is a hyper-concentrated light that works deep down into the skin receptors. These powerful lights have four wavelengths that penetrate the skin at different levels to repair and correct damage.
Dr. Dennis Gross has been using LEDs in his office in NYC for years, and now the SpectraLite EyeCare Pro is the first of its kind to hit retailers like Sephora and online at drdennisgross.com for customers to get youthful eyes at home by wearing the SpectraLite EyeCare Pro for just three minutes a day.
It’s insanely simple to use SpectraLite EyeCare Pro at home. I leave the tool in its convenient travel bag (which is large enough to fit the USB charging cord) on my nightstand. After I’ve cleansed my skin at night, but before I apply any skin care, I put SpectraLite EyeCare Pro on and tighten up the adjustable band to fit around my face. Press the button on the side of the mask and the lights automatically turn on and stay on for the three-minute treatment. Once complete, put the device back in its travel bag and proceed with your nighttime skin care routine.
After approximately 30 uses, you’ll need to charge your SpectraLite EyeCare Pro. It connects right to a USB into your computer and takes about two hours to charge.
Although I cannot say much about full results just yet since I believe all skin care must be used for at least 12 weeks to begin to see full results, I do find that the SpectraLite EyeCare Pro allows my eye products to absorb quicker and I think that my dark circles seem to be slightly diminished from the stimulation of collagen production. DrDennisGross.com says, “97% of subjects showed visible improvement in fine lines, wrinkles, and skin tone (in a 10-week daily use clinical study),” so I’m excited to continue using for more enhanced results!
Have you tried LED treatments before? Would you try this new device? Personally, I got a kick out of my husband thinking I look like a StarTrek character every night, but if it means I look like I got 8+ hours of sleep instead of the ~4-5 I usually get and I have fewer wrinkles, I’ll deal with it 😉