IlluMask Devices Combat Acne, Aging At $1 Per Treatment
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
The market for light-based skin-care devices for consumer use at home grows with the introduction of La Lumiere’s illuMask. Available in anti-acne and anti-aging variants, the LED-equipped mask is priced at $30 for 30 treatments.
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