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The Magic LED Beauty Mask Promises Better Skin Through Red Lights

 - Dec 26, 2011
References: focalprice & technabob
The Magic LED Beauty Mask is a technological beauty device that's straight out of China and promises better skin through LED flashing bright red lights. The Magic LED Beauty Mask resembles a hockey mask/the mask worn in the film 'The Man in the Iron Mask,' and is semi-creepy when fully worn.

There is no arguing that the Magic LED Beauty Mask looks creepy when worn, but it does promise better facial skin in seven to 21 days through pulsating red LEDs that zap the skin. The LEDs are said to regenerate collage and elasticin by "stimulating fibroblast activity." The mask is only available online (or in China) and can be had for around $200. That may sound like a steep price, but can you really put a price on beauty?