This LED Mask from Emily in Paris Is Perfect for Your Skincare Routine
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I don’t know about you, but I’ve been waiting an entire year for Emily in Paris to drop its much-anticipated third season. It may be the backdrop of the stunning city or the two gorgeous men she has to choose from, but the show definitely has me in a chokehold.
Now many are looking forward to all of the luxury fashion the show’s creators are going to dress the cast in, but personally it’s all about the beauty for me. Emily is not just splurging when it comes to the clothes she wears, mais aussi (that means “but also” en français) on her skincare routine.
In the midst of having a nervous breakdown because of her career and her love life, she finds a moment of calm with an anti-aging, acne-reducing, LED Light Therapy Mask from the brand Currentbody Skin
. Keep reading to learn more about the next-level beauty tool you absolutely need in your arsenal.
CurrentBody Skin The Oh. My. Glow. Collection Six-Piece Gift Set
With everybody’s favorite fictional Francophile is back on Netflix, the tool many Parisian women have long been obsessed is atop everybody’s wishlist this year. This CurrentBody Skin Gift Set features the latest at-home skin-care technology—two, clinically proven light-emitting diode wavelengths to target tone, texture, firmness, and tightness. Over 95% of CurrentBody users noticed the difference in their skin including reduction of acne, pigmentation, and blemishes.
This set includes the CurrentBody Skin LED Light Therapy Mask, CurrentBody Skin Daily AHA Tonic for additional skin brightening, CurrentBody Skin Clarifying Clay Mask to detox the skin, a CurrentBody Skin Daily Foaming Cleanser to properly clean the face before applying the mask, CurrentBody Skin Hyaluronic Acid Serum for hydration and some CurrentBody Skin Hydrogel Face Mask to wear while sporting the LED device.
Reviewers love the product and even shocked some, with one customer saying “After more than a year of menopause I looked in the mirror and thought my skin looked dead. I saw a review of red light masks on YouTube. After checking out a number of masks, this one fit the bill. It has lights right in my areas of concern, right between the eyes, marionette lines, and center of my chin. After a week, I had a slight lift on one side of my face. A little weird, but that had me excited. A few weeks later the other side has lifted a little. This surprised me because I didn’t expect lift at all.”
Shop the set on Amazon
today or get the mask solo on CurrentBody’s website now.
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