A revolutionary new mask for anti-ageing


Lee Min-ho holding a Cellreturn Mask

The ravages of time are many and none more so than on the face as we grow older, and super creams from the many cosmetic companies help but sometimes it’s not enough.

Going under the knife for plastic surgery is also not something all of us dare to risk.

Luckily for us, there is a trend now that looks like it can make a difference. LED face masks are the buzz word and with the pandemic still affecting our lives, we now have the option of using beneficial light rays in the comfort and safety of our own abodes to keep our skin looking young.

If you are a fan of Korean dramas, you would have seen some stars using Cellreturn LED Masks to keep their skin looking youthful. Lee Min-ho and Jung Eun-Chae have been spotted using them in The King – Eternal Monarch, to achieve flawless, glowing skin.

Actress and model, So-ra Kang also has good things to say about this LED mask. She likes the fact that it can be used comfortably even by people who do not know much about devices such as these. The fact that it is user friendly is a plus point for her.

So-ra Kang has good things to say about the mask.So-ra Kang has good things to say about the mask.

A homecare beauty device, it can actually be used by the whole family. LED masks are perfect for some pampering at home and to upgrade your beauty routine.

You don’t have to go to the salon for this sort of treatment anymore.

LED masks are perfect for some pampering at homeLED masks are perfect for some pampering at homeThe Iron Man type of design looks super cool and the innovative way the lights are used catch the imagination.

The red mode is effective for improving skin transparency, skin density, hydration, elasticity and pores. Blue wavelengths help troubled, irritated skin and those with acne will benefit from them. They are also useful for skin that has been sensitised by external irritation.

Then there is the pink mode which switches on both red and blue wavelengths for concentrated care.

There are many different types of LED masks in the market but make sure you choose the right one with proven results. For instance, Cellreturn uses a patented LED to deliver effective wavelengths deep into the skin.

After a long research period, Cellreturn generates the wavelengths that are most effective for the skin.

It is said that the near-infrared ray, which is called the dream light, is the light that filters only the most effective wavelength in the sunlight. It is also called the light of life which has no reported side effects.

The wireless touch method used for these masks is also efficient and easy to use.

LED masks seem to be the way to go if you believe in enhancing your looks and making your beauty last.

The near-infrared ray is the light that filters only the most effective wavelength in the sunlightThe near-infrared ray is the light that filters only the most effective wavelength in the sunlight

Clinical results have shown satisfaction amongst users and results which are tempting to those who believe in keeping skin looking beautiful as long as possible.

Brightness and firmness are improved and skin looks lifted. Pores are also minimised and skin’s texture and density are better.

Just about 20 minutes of your time or 10 minutes if you prefer the faster mode are needed.

Cellreturn LED Masks are said to improve the skin in various ways.Cellreturn LED Masks are said to improve the skin in various ways.

Looking as gorgeous as the Korean celebrities might be less of a dream and more a reality after all, as technology and innovation keeps advancing in fantastic ways.

For more information, check out https://cellreturn.sg/

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