An Advanced Led Device For At-Home Anti-Aging Help

Plenty of at-home beauty gadgets have popped up over the last few years, but the latest to grab our attention, LightStim, promises to outdo other LED devices.

Unlike most at-home LED devices, LightStim's Anti-Aging Light uses noninvasive amber and red light and infrared LED lights or wavelengths to penetrate deep within the dermal layers of skin to engage fibroblast cells. One these cells are stimulated, collagen and elastin production is enhanced, pore size reduced, fine lines and wrinkles are less visible, and skin tone and texture are improved.

This handheld tool covers a bigger surface area and is reportedly easier to handle than other devices, making it even simpler to see a difference in fine lines, wrinkles and folds in just a few weeks.

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  • Bestill6#

    @ newportjill... this is not a Laser. It's an LED device and it works.

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  • That's great news! Providing your skin's cells with the energy they need to produce more collagen and help smooth out those fine lines and wrinkles is a wise addition to any skin care routine. Keep in mind that it takes a village - there is definitely a place for those lotions and creams you refer to. It's important to know that your LightStim For Wrinkles LED device will help facilitate deeper absorption of topical products. I would recommend using your light in this way: cleanse, tone, exfoliate (2-3 times per week according to manufacturer's instructions and professional recommendation), apply serums until completely absorbed, do your LightStim treatment, and finally apply moisturizer (and sunscreen if daytime.) As long as you're using quality products with a high concentration of active ingredients and an efficient delivery system, you should see enhanced results because of the increased absorption. This is a great way for you to get more for your skin care dollars! Talk with your skin care professional about which products are best for your particular needs and skin type for use with your LightStim LED device. FYI - LightStim makes a Collagen Peptide Serum that is specifically designed for use with LightStim For Wrinkles which is available at www.lightstim.com.

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  • alan

    I could tell you after using stem light for just 2 weeks my forehead lines diminished over 50 % now at about 6 weeks they are about gone !! Eye Bag lines are gone !! I have two creases on both side of face it is slowly shrinking but not yet gone, this thing wortks and works well, no doubt worth more than any lotion, expensive are some, can work...It is not Immediate but takes 2 weeks to see some results and results you will notice !! Most of all this is not made in China !!! But USA....Try it for 3 weeks and use daily, you will without doubt see a huge difference! Alan

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  • Beth

    I started using Lightstim beginning February. I'm 49 years old and have good skin to start with since I've taking very good care of my skin. I don't have any wrinkles or sagging, except slightly around my jaw line. The skin under my eyes had fine lines visible only when I smile. I first started using the device around the jaw area. Six weeks later, I defintely have firmer skin around that area. I was so amazed with the result that I started using it under my eyes. I noticed a definite improvement after just a few days. After a few weeks, my fine lines are almost gone even when I smile, and the skin under my eyes have plumped up. Amazing! It's worth the money for me. If you decide to use this, follow instructions and be consistent.

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  • Amy G.

    Alas, there is no fountain of youth - but there is a fountain of advanced technology and treatment! I prefer to think of LED as smart skin care made available through technological advancement rather than "an expensive gadget." Using a non-invasive tool that actually improves cellular function, thereby increasing collagen production to reduce fine lines and wrinkles makes good sense. Will you be transformed overnight into the fresh faced 25 year old who took his or her flawless skin for granted? Sadly, no. The good news is, you will see a difference and dramatically slow the rate of further damage within a matter of 6 - 12 weeks if you are using your device faithfully and according to manufacturer instructions. As to the cost, please allow me to make a comparison. I like to think about clothing purchases in terms of cost per wear. If I buy those expensive jeans that fit perfectly and look great with most things I own and wear them several times per week for one year, I will probably be down to a cost per wear of one dollar by the end of that time period. Of course, it only goes down from there if I continue to wear them. If, however, I give in to that gorgeous (and pricey) cocktail dress for an occasion and only end up wearing it once or twice, my cost per wear may be quite unreasonable. Think of these devices in the same way. A lifetime of benefit for a one time price. Cost per use becomes a fraction of the initial purchase price within a very short period of time. Does this technology offer dramatic and immediate transformation? No. What it does offer is distinct and progressive improvement as well as protection from environmental factors that contribute to the aging process.

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  • I own several of these expensive gadgets, the TANDA(with blue and red interchangeable heads)$ 350 , OMNILUX NEW-U $395 and a couple of others, Vigan which has a 3 fold panel that uses very bright amber, red and blue in a cycle. The Vigan cost $450 dollars and I have used them all daily for several years and I wish I couls say, they really work....well, work well enough to pay for them and and spend the time to use them daily.... I seriously thought about buying the lightstim, but i'm already better equiped than most spa's , Clarisonic brush, Clarisonic Opal, professional steamer, crystalift micro dermobrasion that uses same micro crystals and vacuum wand as a spa unit ( I have to say it works well) "Crystalift". I use glycolic peels, and creme da ler mer skincare. Yes, I've invested Thousands in my quest for eternal youth. This is life’s ultimate cruelty. It offers us a taste of youth and vitality, and then it makes us witness our own decay.

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  • Thank you for your interest in LightStim LED! We truly appreciate the positive feedback! You are correct - LED is a safe, effective, non-invasive treatment which stimulates the skin's cells to produce more collagen and elastin; a natural biological process which slows down over time. Although it generally takes 8 - 12 weeks to notice a reduction in fine lines and wrinkles, LED also offers many immediate benefits. For more information, please visit our website at www.LightStim.com or contact us at info@lightstim.com.

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  • Steph

    I haven't heard of 'Lightstim' but I've read some really good reviews about Baby Quasar, it's pretty expensive though, like $400+.

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  • Flint

    I have used it. I am very critical so it is difficult to comment definativley on the results but I do think if you use it every day for several weeks then back off to 2 or 3 times a week it made some difference. Keep in ming that it doesn't produce immediate results and the claims made for the product say spur production of collegan...that says to me the results will come in time and be subtle. But I say, it can't hurt! Every little thing we do, cumulatively makes results that are evident over time. Like you, most people think I am 10 plus years younger than I actually am.

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  • newportjill

    Does anyone know more about this laser? I am just interested in anti-aging. I am 36 and have hardly any wrinkles or fine lines. I am looking for something to erase the few fine lines (like around my eyes) that I do have and for something that will also prevent wrinkles and fine lines from happening (I am botox resistant, so that is not an option). I do stay out of the sun and wear sunscreen daily, but I really want perfection and I can't afford an endoscopic brow lift and to get my eyes done (most people would say I don't need the surgeries, but I am a victim of seeing the perfection of celebrities and their skin and want the same- especially since I am single and want to look young - even though most people say i look like i am in my mid 20's). Demi Moore is my idol for looking amazing!! So, i want to know if anyone has tried this laser or knows someone who did, since i dont' want to waste the money if it doesn't work.

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