Claims: The device uses “a super-luminous LED array to deliver concentrated beams of red light for a fractional phototherapy effect.” It also provides warmth and a massaging effect. Manufacturer says skin will be smooth, soft and glowing.
Mamiverse Beauty Team says: We used Tanda Lux Skin Rejuvenation Photofacial Device for a month. We recommend you read the instructions carefully, as some people cannot use the device: pregnant or nursing women and those who have experienced migraines recently, amongst others.
You may use it twice a week for 3 minutes on each area you wish to treat (around the eyes, forehead, or frown lines, for example). You may also perform a full 12-minute photofacial treatment two times a week.
For most women and busy mamis, the time required to do the photofacial treatment is in effect longer than it sounds. Although you may use the device while you are on the computer or talking on the phone, to receive the full benefit you should relax on your bed and make sure your young children don’t yank it out of your hand.
It is a pleasant experience, when you manage to find the time to use it. After four weeks, there was not much of a difference in the appearance of fine lines. Dr. Anais Badía, of Florida Skin Center told us that in general, home photofacial treatments are not powerful enough to make a significant impact on wrinkles. We are aware that results of skincare treatments are subjective, and we prefer faster application of an antiaging cream or serum. Now, if you have the time to spare, you may want to test the device. There are some positive reviews about it out there.
Mamiverse Beauty Rating: 3/5
Disclaimer: A sample was received from the manufacturer. Opinions are our own. Neither Mamiverse nor its reviewers received compensation for this review.