Beauty pro Wayne Goss launches range of LED products to banish redness and give you a glow

With more customers turning to LED light therapy treatments to improve their skin, CurrentBody has partnered with global beauty expert Wayne Goss to launch the ultimate at-home skincare package.

The LED Essentials ‘skincare in a box’ contains eight carefully selected products for a complete salon-quality treatment at home.

The priciest inclusion is CurrentBody’s LED Light Therapy Face Mask, which currently retails for $490 (AUD) on sale and uses a combination of red and infrared light to boost circulation, smooth texture and stimulate the production of collagen, making skin look plumper and younger.

Having the package at home could save you money on expensive salon treatments which cost as much as $200 a session – so is it worth it? 

CurrentBody has partnered with global beauty expert Wayne Goss to create an LED Essentials kit, which includes eight salon-quality products 

The most expensive inclusion is CurrentBody's LED Light Therapy Face Mask, which currently retails for $490 (AUD) on sale (pictured left)

The most expensive inclusion is CurrentBody’s LED Light Therapy Face Mask, which currently retails for $490 (AUD) on sale (pictured left) 

Having the package at home could save you money on expensive salon treatments which cost as much as $200 a session - so is it worth it?

Having the package at home could save you money on expensive salon treatments which cost as much as $200 a session – so is it worth it? 

Using the LED mask – which is made from a flexible silicone that allows the light to penetrate deep into the face – five times a week for 10 minutes has been clinically proven to reduce the appearance of fine lines by 35 percent in just one month.

Safe for all skin types, the multi-award winning mask is pain-free and moulds to the face, which makes it comfortable to wear while you potter around the house.

The award-winning mask is also adored by Oscar nominee Carey Mulligan, Kaley Cuoco, Suki Waterhouse and other celebrities. 

The kit also includes a hydrogel mask, hyaluronic acid serum, clarifying clay mask, daily AHA tonic, daily foaming cleaner, an eyebrow razor and eyebrow precision removal tool

The kit also includes a hydrogel mask, hyaluronic acid serum, clarifying clay mask, daily AHA tonic, daily foaming cleaner, an eyebrow razor and eyebrow precision removal tool 

Of the collection, beauty pro Wayne Goss (pictured) said: 'I am bringing you The LED Essentials as one of the hottest trends in accessible at-home beauty.'

Of the collection, beauty pro Wayne Goss (pictured) said: ‘I am bringing you The LED Essentials as one of the hottest trends in accessible at-home beauty.’ 

In addition to the LED facial mask, the kit also includes a hydrogel mask, hyaluronic acid serum, clarifying clay mask, daily AHA tonic, daily foaming cleaner, an eyebrow razor and eyebrow precision removal tool.

Of the collection, Wayne said: ‘I am bringing you The LED Essentials as one of the hottest trends in accessible at-home beauty. I hope you love the collection we have put together.’

The treatment package would be ideal for those in New South Wales and Victoria who are currently in lockdown due to Covid-19.

What’s included in the kit?

The original LED Mask – LED Light Therapy Mask

The hydration booster – Hydrogel Mask

The LED must-have – Hyaluronic Acid Serum

The complexion refiner – Clarifying Clay Mask

The glow tonic – Daily AHA Tonic

The everyday essential – Daily Foaming Cleanser

The quick-fix brow tool – Eyebrow Razor

The on-the-go hair removal tool – Eyebrow Precision 

The award-winning mask is also adored by Oscar nominee Carey Mulligan (pictured), Kaley Cuoco, Suki Waterhouse and other celebrities

The award-winning mask is also adored by Oscar nominee Carey Mulligan (pictured), Kaley Cuoco, Suki Waterhouse and other celebrities

The pain-free mask claims to transform skin by banishing acne, redness and wrinkles in as little as four weeks. Pictured: A customer transformation

The pain-free mask claims to transform skin by banishing acne, redness and wrinkles in as little as four weeks. Pictured: A customer transformation

CurrentBody launched in the UK in 2009, long before LED treatments became a staple in cosmetic clinics.

The brand quickly established itself as an industry leader in home light therapy devices, including the LED silicone face mask. 

Designed to be used after cleansing and applying your normal skincare products, it’s light enough to carry in your handbag to take on holidays or for a quick glow-up at a friend’s place.

Independent reviewers say slotting the mask on for just 10 minutes a few times each week will visibly improve the tone and texture of skin over time, meaning you can cancel those recurring professional treatments that might be blowing your budget. 

Independent reviewers say slotting the mask on for just 10 minutes three to five times a week will visibly improve the tone and texture of skin

Independent reviewers say slotting the mask on for just 10 minutes three to five times a week will visibly improve the tone and texture of skin

The mask is made from a flexible silicone that allows the light to penetrate deep into the face

 The mask is made from a flexible silicone that allows the light to penetrate deep into the face

Having CurrentBody's LED Light Therapy Mask (pictured) at home could save you big money on pricey salon treatments, but at $630 (AUD), is it really worth the investment?

Having CurrentBody’s LED Light Therapy Mask (pictured) at home could save you big money on pricey salon treatments, but at $630 (AUD), is it really worth the investment?

British model and actor Suki Waterhouse (pictured) credits the mask for 'saving' her skin

British model and actor Suki Waterhouse (pictured) credits the mask for ‘saving’ her skin

Beauty website We Are Body Beautiful said it was ‘officially the easiest home anti-aging device trial we’ve ever done’. 

The device has earned a cult following and a host of A-list fans including model Adwoa Aboah and actor Suki Waterhouse, who credits the mask for ‘saving’ her skin.

British model and activist Adwoa Aboah (pictured), who is famous for her flawless complexion, is a fan of the award-winning mask

British model and activist Adwoa Aboah (pictured), who is famous for her flawless complexion, is a fan of the award-winning mask

The 29-year-old revealed she uses it two to three times a week and says ‘I always mention this mask when people ask me what I think are the core components for good skin’.

Makeup artists to the stars use the mask on their celebrity clients before red carpet events. 

Mulligan’s makeup artist Georgie Eisdell posted on Instagram saying it ‘smooths, calms and firms’ skin in just 15 minutes.

‘I cannot live without out it,’ she added.

Big Bang star Kaley Cuoco’s makeup artist Jamie Greenberg agreed, saying skin almost instantly looks ‘brighter, better and smoother’. 

Best Actress nominee Carey Mulligan used it to make her skin glow ahead of the 2021 Oscars earlier this year.

To mark its launch in Australia, the mask has been reduced from its normal price of $630 to $480.

The discount will run for a limited time only, so get in quick if you’re looking for salon style results from the comfort of your couch.

Benefits of the LED Light Therapy Mask

* Clinically proven to reduce wrinkles by 35 percent in four weeks

* Visible improvement in skin tone, texture and firmness after this time

* Boosts circulation and collagen production, making skin plumper  

* Pain-free and comfy to wear 

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