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All the best LED facemasks to add to your beauty routine

Give your skin some much-needed TLC.

The best beauty treatments are the ones you can do from your bed with a glass of wine in one hand and the television remote in the other. There’s not many treatments that fit this niche criteria but one that ticks all the boxes is a LED face mask. Using powerful LED and infrared technology, LED masks help to reduce the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines, dark spots and other skin concerns. Whilst the masks may make you look like a stormtrooper, your skin will thank you later for a little TLC.

Once upon a time, an LED face mask treatment warranted a trip to the beauty parlour, but now you can buy one for yourself to use at home. Here are the best LED face masks to buy in Australia.

2024’s best LED face mask Australia

  1. Lonvitalite Pro LED 5 in 1 Facial Wand, $249, Adore Beauty
  2. Dr Naomi LED It Glow Light Therapy Device For Skin, $595, Dr Naomi

The best LED face mask Australia 2024


Dr Naomi LED It Glow Light Therapy Device For Skin

from $595 at Dr Naomi Skin

Best for: an aesthetically pleasing LED mask

The Dr Naomi LED It Glow Light Therapy Device For Skin claims has 156 next-gen LEDs which deliver red 630nm +/- 5nm & near-infrared 830nm light wavelengths. For those of us who flunked science, it basically works to help stimulate the production of collagen and the near-infrared has the ability to penetrate skin better than typical red light.

Key features:

  • Silicone contouring mask offering full face coverage.
  • Lighter, more flexible and more portable.
  • Suitable for all skin types
  • 156 next gen LEDs across the mask

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Omnilux Contour Face Mask

from $605 at Omnilux

Best for: a quick skin boost

Need a quick skin boost in a pinch? The Omnilux Contour Face Mask will help to do this in just 10 minutes. Whether you’re running out for a date, a big meeting, or you’re having a girls night in, this LED mask will do the job in minutes. With 132 medical-grade LEDs built into the mask and a contouring ability to shape to every face, this mask is truly worth the $600.

Key features:

  • Treatment takes just 10 minutes
  • Contoured mask to fit perfectly to the face
  • 132 medical-grade LEDs built into the mask


Lonvitalite Pro LED 5 in 1 Facial Wand

from $249 at Adore Beauty

Best for: an affordable spot treatment option

Don’t have time to wear the full mask? Don’t sweat it. You can also find super affordable, spot treatment options for on-the-go use like this Lonvitalite Pro LED 5 in 1 Facial Wand. This small yet mighty wand uses both red and blue LED light to help address fine lines, wrinkles, dark circles and blemishes.

With a 90-degree rotating head and built-in massager, this is a beauty tool that deserves a spot in your makeup bag.

Key features:

  • One wand, 5 uses
  • 90-degree rotating head to treat hard-to-reach areas
  • Rechargeable 
  • Travel-friendly size 
  • Massage: helps reduce the look of puffiness, while boosting your natural radiance
  • TGA registered

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CurrentBody Skin LED Light Therapy Face Mask

from $585 at CurrentBody

Best for: a cult favourite

The CurrentBody Skin LED Light Therapy Face Mask is a cult favourite among beauty-lovers and it’s easy to see why. Promising to be 31 per cent more powerful and effective than its competitors, the mask is loaded with 132 LED bulbs deliver 30 mW/cm² for a powerful 10 minute treatment.

The TGA-approved mask promises to target moderate acne and wrinkles with a host of patented technology and a mixture of red, blue and near infra-red light.

Key features:

  • TGA-certified, clinically proven technology
  • Patented pillow technology diffuses the LED light to ensure maximum skin coverage
  • 132 LED bulbs deliver 30 mW/cm²
  • Aims to tackle moderate acne and fine lines.

How do LED facemasks work?

Using a combination of blue light, red light and near-infrared light, LED facemasks emit wavelengths onto the skin. Red light can penetrate the skin deeply to help stimulate collagen production and help to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Meanwhile blue light works to target the bacteria that causes acne, breakouts and inflammation. Near-infrared light is employed to further penetrate the skin to reduce inflammation and a host of other skin benefits.

LED masks are typically safe for all skin types and only need to be used for 10 minutes weekly at most.

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