As you know, in our previous announcement (click here), and as seen frequently on our facebook page, we have been chosen for a review and giveaway program presented by LightStim for Wrinkles.
What is LightStim?
LightStim is proud to be the category leader in LED light therapy and is one of the most experienced distributors of LED light to the medical and spa industry. To meet the needs of a growing consumer base, LightStim introduced their LightStim for Wrinkles (valued at $249) at-home handheld device, a USA manufactured LED light with over-the-counter FDA clearance for periorbital wrinkles.
The device is designed to show noticeable results in 8 weeks. I just turned 30 so I am really excited to see how this product works on my fine wrinkles, pore size and uneven skintone.
After 4 continuous weeks of use. No makeup at all.My thoughts so far:
- I have been using this for four weeks. I had to restart as I had travel plans interfere with my testing of the product.
- I have been using this daily for 20 minutes, 3 minutes at a time per area after applying the serum that was provided.
- The warmth that is emitted from this light is really a pleasurable and soothing experience. I recommend doing this before bed as it has a relaxing effect. It is especially great if you are like me and have a hard time winding down at night.
- I have noticed an improvement in my skin. My skin is pretty good overall and I just have some fine lines that I'm trying to get rid of. I did notice my skin appeared to be more vibrant and healthy looking. I've only had to wear light coverage foundation, if any.
- While I was away for the labor day holiday, my dad used this on three separate days. He is 70 years old, but very young at heart. He always jumps to test out products with me! I was amazed that after three days of him using this, his face seemed to appear brighter, have more color to it, and looked softer. Even my mother commented that his skin looked better. They have a wedding coming up, so I will be loaning this to them after my 8 week trial is over, so they can be asked at the wedding if they've had plastic surgery (as my dad likes to hope he will be).
Stay tuned in four weeks for my final thoughts!
Yours in Beauty,