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Project E Beauty Mask Review by Her

As I (Bob) reviewed Sheet Masks a couple of weeks ago and had teased about doing a review of the Mask that Ash bought me for Christmas, that is exactly what I am doing today!

Ash bought me the Project E LED Light Therapy Mask, for Christmas and I have been using it 1-2 times a week since then and thought that enough time had passed to get a feel of the mask and its benefits.

As you may know I have some skin concerns, hormonal/stress breakouts, sensitivity and I am prone to dryness. I have previously tried all manner of skin care – see previous reviews and have experimented with ‘Light Therapy’ before, but not to this extent.

I have The Neutrogena Light Therapy Pen – a small, handheld version of the much more advanced masks, which has been somewhat effective – but a pain when you have a number of breakouts as you have to hold it on the effected area for 1 minute each.

The perfect solution is a full Face mask where you can treat your face all in one go!

Introducing The Project E Light Therapy Mask.

The Mask comes with a Neck section which is attached via the connector cable so you have to use both – which in turn has to be plugged into the handheld remote. The remote is also the battery – which you have to charge via USB but one charge lasts a fairly long time!

The set up and usage is really easy, simply charge, put some of the Ironising cream on (a tiny amount only) – that came with the mask, then attach the neck section around your neck via strap – you kind of feel like a dog at the groomers with the collar restricting your movements at this point and then slide the face mask on – which has glasses arms that slide over your ears. This is a tight fit and I have a narrow face, but the arms may loosen in time, we will see.

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I noticed when looking at the options for lights which one I would immediately be avoiding – Yellow – Why would you want to get rid of freckles?

So far I have stuck to the Red, Cyan and Blue. You can set a timer on the remote in increments of 5 mins, typically I have been using it for 15/20. You can also adjust the power of the light from level 1-5

I have one small quibble about this mask – the eye socket area puts quite a lot of pressure around the top of the nose and can be uncomfortable at times. The only way to alleviate is to lay down and let the mask rest – which is what you are suppose to do – if you got anytime to just relax…..

I have not tried the Green, purple or White mostly as I don’t need them (yet!), as I don’t have many/any wrinkles. But the others have proven to be effective so far, I have noticed less breakouts around my chin and it feels nice whilst it is on so I am happy!

I have researched and it does take at least 2-3 months to notice the full extent of the benefits of using the mask, so this hasn’t fully happened yet and I will keep you updated as time goes on.

Well that’s about all there is to say, except I now have an excuse to post this gif

Have you tried this? Did you like it? What colours do you use?

This post first appeared on Climbing Moss, please read the originial post: here

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Project E Beauty Mask Review by Her


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