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karen@latb

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I’m thinking of adding a LED Facial Treatment. The market is full of masks for joe public at around £50, on the internet. Is it worth investing £1000 in a professional one? And if so, what do you recommend please?
 

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Im in the same predicament. I have been looking at Dermalux LED and their products have a lot of USPs but Im unsure if they actually do a better job than the masks. A trainer on my course said that a mask would be better (than a canopy) as it wouldnt loose any light penetration or leak light due to the fact the light has to travel further. ie, if its on your face it literally goes straight to your face as opposed to travelling from a canopy to your face. Will follow this thread as im interested in responses!
 

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I own a canopy LED and use this as an add-on to my existing facials. My clients like the canopy as it's not so claustrophobic. I also use it when I microneedle the body as it will fit around the body quite easily. I've rarely used it as a standalone LED facial. I paid £1200 for it 4 years ago. I think you can definitely get them a lot cheaper now. I love it. Apart from the initial cost of the machine it has been a moneymaker as I'm able to charge a little extra for my facials as clients feel the extra time spent under the LED is more pamper time for them and turns the facial into something more luxurious.
 

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Okay just an update on this if anyone is interested....I have taken the plunge and purchased the Dermalux LED Canopy :)
 

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I own a canopy LED and use this as an add-on to my existing facials. My clients like the canopy as it's not so claustrophobic. I also use it when I microneedle the body as it will fit around the body quite easily. I've rarely used it as a standalone LED facial. I paid £1200 for it 4 years ago. I think you can definitely get them a lot cheaper now. I love it. Apart from the initial cost of the machine it has been a moneymaker as I'm able to charge a little extra for my facials as clients feel the extra time spent under the LED is more pamper time for them and turns the facial into something more luxurious.
Hi Kim, I too am interested in getting an LED for adding on to facials. Can I ask which make you got? I am looking at Dermalux as it definitely looks the best, but quite a few people near me have the Flex, which was originally my first option. But having found out that there a re a few nearby, plus the trt time takes longer to get the same effect I am now considering the Compact, the only thing holding me back is that its A LOT more money!
Many thanks for any info.
 

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Do you need training to add led light treatment to your services?
 

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