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iderma Mask

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iderma to treat facial fine lines and wrinkles.

The iDerma Facial Beautification System will administer low-level red light at 650 to 670nm. This wavelength range of red light triggers the fibroblasts or collagen-producing cells that, in turn, help heal the skin and plump up problem areas.

Description

Low Level Light Therapy (LLLT), hands-free at home iDerma Youth Restoring Masque
Apira Science’s iDerma mask has been featured on American TV programmes such as The Doctors, the Today Show, Rachel Ray, NBC,  CBS, ABC, CNN, Sky News and many others.
Its taken them many years of experience to developed a hands-free, home use product that is safe, effective and affordable.
The iDerma Youth Restoring Masque to help reverse the visible signs of aging.
 iderma’s patented Derma-Pulse Technology™ combines 14 red and 114 infra-red LED to reverse the visible signs of aging and leave a fresher, more youthful appearance within weeks.
  

How Low-Level Light Therapy Works

Wavelengths of red light (at 650-670nm) have been shown to help improve the skin’s barrier function, by strengthening its ability to retain key elements it needs to heal and generate new collagen after its production has slowed due to age or cumulative damage. Red light low-level LEDs are also believed to target the skin’s oil glands to reduce a class of pro-inflammatory substances believed to play a role in chronic acne.

Low-level red light is effective in helping to reduce signs of aging, including fine lines and wrinkles. This wavelength appears to be a popular choice for those struggling with both acne and wrinkles. There is minimal risk of side effects, especially when used without light-activating chemicals. Many dermatologists heavily rely on low-level red light therapy to treat rhytids (wrinkles), rosacea, scarring and eczema.

People with laser beams on their heads

To treat facial fine lines and wrinkles, the iDerma Facial Beautification System will administer low-level red light at 650 to 670nm. This wavelength range of red light causes the cells to produce chemicals called cytokines, which then trigger the fibroblasts or collagen-producing cells that, in turn, help heal the skin and plump up problem areas.