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Woman & Home | May 2024

Woman & Home | May 2024

Is The Light Salon Boost Face Mask worth its £395 price tag? We put it to the test.

The Light Salon boasts Victoria Beckham and Chrissy Teigen as fans, but how good is its at-home LED face mask?

At-home LED light therapy masks have grown in popularity over the last few years. Used and loved for their revolutionary approach to helping achieve radiant, youthful skin with minimal effort in the comfort of your own home, there are more devices than ever available, and with the constant evolution of technology – plus the fact that they aren’t cheap – it can be difficult to know which one is best to buy.

Woman wearing Boost LED Face Mask

Harnessing the power of light at specific wavelengths, the best red light therapy devices offer a non-invasive solution to a variety of skin concerns, from acne to fine lines and wrinkles and other signs of ageing. Amongst the leading innovators in the field is The Light Salon, who first launched its bestselling, award-winning Boost Mask back in 2019.

As a freelance beauty editor for over 10 years, I’ve had my fair share of facials that include LED light therapy and I’m a big fan of the results, but as with everything, consistency is key and that’s why investing in at-home devices, like this one, is a good idea. The Light Salon’s mask is the one I’ve had for a few years and I use it in a bid to improve texture, tone and redness, as well as the occasional breakout.

Read the full review here



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