With quarantines, lock-downs, and touch-less retail and services being de rigueur during COVID-19, home beauty devices are a perfect addition to your beauty routine.
Clearly, these DIY grooming machines are convenient so you don’t have to trudge off to a salon.
Plus, it is much safer since you will not have to share any of the beauty tools and accoutrements with others, and be potentially exposed to the novel coronavirus.
Dr Dennis Gross’ DRx Spectralite BodyWare Pro taps on LED light therapy to provide anti-aging (red LED) and anti-acne (blue LED) benefits on your neck, decollete and limbs, while you’re chillin’ and Netflixin’.
The best part? You can actually mould the flexible device to your body so you get a customised treatment. Just don’t use it on your face (and eyes!) as the Bodyware Pro is not meant for that.
The device provides 3 options for the 3-minute sessions (red, blue or red + blue). There’s also a bonus option: a 14-minute red LED treatment to soothe muscle and joint pain.
The Bodyware is also incredibly easy to use: simple buttons and charging is done via a USB-C charging cord.
Ok now, a quick science lesson on LED lights:
The Light Emitting Diode (LED) were a sensation when they were first invented, and developed for the market through the 1960s to the 1990s.
Japanese engineers Shuji Nakamura, Isamu Akasaki and Hiroshi Amano were even awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics 2014 for the invention of the high-brightness blue LED.
It was soon discovered that not only were the LED bulbs energy efficient, high-performing, and great for plants, they also heal the human body.
The Dr Dennis Gross DRx SpectraLite Bodyware Pro, S$720, is available at Sephora.