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The Truth About At-Home LED Facial Masks, According To Dermatologists

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Dr. Dhaval Bhanusali was recently featured in Huffington Posts article, ‘The Truth About At-Home LED Facial Masks, According To Dermatologists’. Here’s an excerpt. At $35, the Neutrogena Light Therapy Acne Mask lauded by influential Instagrammers andcelebrities alike appeared to be an affordable alternative to the pricey LED treatments you’d find at a dermatologist’s office. Red light can be used to treat inflammation and skin discoloring as well as promote the production of collagen, while blue light is often used to treat acne.

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