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On Sunday Victoria Beckham shared a new addition to her skincare routine: an LED face mask.
Taking to Instagram Stories, the 45-year-old, who has just launched her own beauty brand, told her followers that she has been trying different face masks throughout September.
The most recent addition, The Light Salon’s Opera LED Mask, had been sent to the mum-of-four by Australian skin expert, Melanie Grant.
“I’ve been asking which is the best one on the market and this is what she sent me,” Victoria said on her Stories.
The fashion designer also posted an image of the mask in action whilst stood in her kitchen wearing workout gear and neon yellow trainers.
LED masks have grown in popularity on the beauty scene in recent years, amassing numerous celebrity fans, including Chrissy Teigen, Jessica Alba and Kate Hudson.
What is an LED mask?
LED (Light Emitting Diode) masks use non-invasive light therapy that is suitable for all skin types.
The mask is made up of three Near-Infrared lights, which help to support the ageing process to combat wrinkles, hydration and firmness.
Yellow or white light is anti-inflammatory and helps to firm the skin. Red light stimulates collagen to encourage healing and blue light kills bacteria on the skin, plus, is great for those who suffer from acne.
“The benefits are all a result of the light, which emits therapeutic wavelengths of light energy to energise the cell. Stimulating the production of collagen, elastin and anti-antioxidants and improving blood and lymphatic circulation” explains The Light Salon website.
Although Victoria’s mask isn’t available to purchase, there are a few at-home alternatives that you can purchase online. You can also book LED treatments at The Light Salon in London, where prices start at £35.