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Peppy Co: The light mask that can banish your acne and prevent wrinkles in WEEKS

A new LED light mask has taken Australia by storm over the past few months after photos of the spectacular before-and-after results were shared online. 

A favourite of many celebrities and reality stars, the light therapy mask by Australian company Peppy Co uses therapeutic blue, red and yellow lights to heal the complexion from the comfort of home. 

It’s currently on sale for $179 from $250 and is said to target acne-causing bacteria, detoxify the skin and prevent wrinkles if used two to three times per week for 10 minutes at a time. 

A new LED light mask has taken Australia by storm over the past few months after photos of the spectacular before-and-after results were shared online

Sophie O'Sulllivan (pictured) had incredible results in four weeks after switching up the colours to get the full effects in addition to her skincare routine

Sophie O’Sulllivan (pictured) had incredible results in four weeks after switching up the colours to get the full effects in addition to her skincare routine

Colour light therapy is a treatment offered at thousands of medispas and salons and works by using light in different colours and wavelengths to target specific skin concerns.

The blue light can help to eliminate p-acne causing bacteria from the root, improve the environment inside the pores and restrain bacteria found deep in the skin.

The red light is used to increase hydration, promote collagen and eliminate wrinkles while the yellow light promotes circulation, dilutes pigment and can help reduce the roughness of the skin. 

The mask is also completely eco-friendly, has no UVA or UVB radiations and is not a laser.

A favourite of many celebrities and reality stars, the light therapy mask by Australian company Peppy Co uses therapeutic blue, red and yellow lights to heal the complexion from the comfort of home

A favourite of many celebrities and reality stars, the light therapy mask by Australian company Peppy Co uses therapeutic blue, red and yellow lights to heal the complexion from the comfort of home

This customer took these photos just one week apart after suffering dullness and acne

This customer took these photos just one week apart after suffering dullness and acne 

Is the LED Light Mask safe to use? 

LED light therapy is the only aesthetic device that has no contra-indications of any kind. LED lights are eco-friendly and clean light sources that virtually do not lead to any UVA or UVB radiations and is not a laser. It is suitable for all skin type, colours and conditions. 

If you are pregnant or nursing, consult with your health care professional before use. There has not been enough research about the safety of LED Light therapy for pregnant or nursing women. 

If you have any concerns, it’s always best to seek advice from a professional before starting any new treatment. 

It’s always important to protect your eyes and either wear blackout or opaque goggles or find masks that come with the appropriate eyewear.

‘LED light therapy is the only aesthetic device that has no contra-indications of any kind, it is suitable for all skin types, colours and conditions, the company writes.

‘Most customers begin to notice a reduction of acne, and an improvement in their skin after 3-4 treatments, with complete results after 12 treatments. 

‘We recommend using your LED light therapy mask at least three times per week for the first 12 weeks of until satisfied with the results and 1-2 times per week to maintain your desired skin results’. 

The mask also has eye wear installed inside to protect the eyes from the bright light.  

Since the launch, before and after photos have shown drastic reduction in acne in as little as one week and influencers including Shani Grimmond and Martha Kalifatidis have shared videos of themselves using it. 

These before and after photos were taken just one week apart

These before and after photos were taken just one week apart

These before and after photos were taken just one week apart

One customer, Sophie O’Sulllivan had incredible results in four weeks after switching up the colours to get the full effects in addition to her skincare routine.

Another, 23-year-old Yasmina, said it’s her new ‘skincare secret’. 

‘I’ve always used LED after getting a professional facial but never have I seen an at home LED mask until I came across this,’ she wrote.

‘I purchased it after seeing it all over social media and I am so glad I gave it a chance! I love how this LED light has three settings – one for acne, one for anti ageing and one for cell renewal. 

‘My first time using it I left it on for 10 minutes as recommended and I saw an instant result. Skin felt rejuvenated and cleaner. I’m obsessed.’

It's currently on sale for $179 from $250 and is said to target acne-causing bacteria, detoxify the skin and prevent wrinkles if used two to three times per week for 10 minutes

It’s currently on sale for $179 from $250 and is said to target acne-causing bacteria, detoxify the skin and prevent wrinkles if used two to three times per week for 10 minutes

The company, Peppy Co, was launched by husband and wife duo Ermin and Mia Plakalo who are passionate about Australian botanicals and natural skincare.   

‘We both had battled with skin imperfections, stress and non-stress related acne, blemishes and just about everything else,’ they write on their website.

‘After several trials and errors and having to bin products that just didn’t do anything for us, we decided to give natural alternatives a trial. This was what led to the discovery of what we now call the Peppy Co product.’

The company is also well-known for its All-in-One Sleeping Mask, a $49 pink clay and zinc oxide formula designed to soften and smooth out the skin overnight.  

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