We know how bananas everyone is for our Dr. Dennis Gross DRx SpectraLite FaceWare Pro. (A quick glance at the reviews will back our story.) We felt the eye area deserved the same supercharged LED attention. After all, they are the windows to the soul, are they not? Introducing our brand-new, completely revolutionary Dr. Dennis Gross DRx SpectraLite EyeCare Max Pro. Whether you’ve been on the fence about incorporating light-emitting diodes (LEDs) into your daily routine or you’re already a die-hard fan of the skin-changing powers of LEDs, you’re going to want this device in your life.
What does the DRx SpectraLite EyeCare Max Pro do?
Where do we begin? This next-gen, FDA-cleared device is a collagen-stimulating machine. The bulbs in the easy-to-wear DRx SpectraLite EyeCare Max Pro emit four different wavelengths of light: amber, red, deep red, and infrared. The various wavelengths penetrate the skin at distinct depths, generating cellular activity in the epidermis, dermis, and hypodermis for a more thorough treatment. There are 30 percent more LED bulbs in the new DRx SpectraLite EyeCare Max Pro than there were in the original DRx SpectraLite EyeCare Max, and the updated design covers a wider area of skin. Like its predecessor, the new DRx SpectraLite EyeCare Max Pro has a treatment time of three minutes and shuts off automatically after a cycle.
This new device is a gamechanger, but don’t just take our word for it. In a 10-week clinical study using the DRx SpectraLite EyeCare Max Pro daily, 97 percent of subjects showed visible improvement in fine lines, wrinkles, and skin tone. Yes, you read that correctly.
Who should use the Dr. Dennis Gross DRx SpectraLite EyeCare Max Pro?
With results like those noted above, clearly everyone is going to want to get their hands on our latest device. The good news is that any skin type — including sensitive — can use the Dr. Dennis Gross DRx SpectraLite EyeCare Max Pro without risk. Each three-minute LED session is completely painless, and there’s zero downtime. If you’re plagued by crow’s feet, “elevens” (the vertical lines between your brows), puffiness, dark circles, or general fine lines and wrinkles, you can benefit from regular, consistent use of this new device.
What is LED skincare?
The skin around your eyes is thin and delicate, much more so than the skin on the rest of your face. It requires specifically formulated topicals (you wouldn’t use a callus peel on an undereye bag, for example) and even some of the tools your dermatologist loves (especially the in-office ones) are too much for this section of skin to handle. But that’s not the case with LEDs, like the ones in our Dr. Dennis Gross DRx SpectraLite EyeCare Max Pro. They’re great for rejuvenating the look of your entire complexion, but they’re especially awesome when it comes to the eye area.
About LED skincare around the eyes
Due to its tissue-like consistency, as well as its extreme reactivity (to dust, pollen, age, and so forth), the eye area needs to be treated like a delicate flower. Conveniently, LEDs are the kid gloves of skincare. They don’t produce heat, cause discomfort, or create any reaction, such as redness. It’s only after you’ve been diligently using your LED device that you’ll register a difference in your skin’s appearance — and it will be a positive one.
What are the risks of using LEDs around your eyes?
LEDs aren’t nearly as strong as lasers, which is why you don’t need to wear protective eye shields for an LED session, but you do during a V-Beam treatment. But that doesn’t mean that LEDs are completely benign. (There’s a reason the FDA reviews at-home LED devices, after all.) Our Dr. Dennis Gross DRx SpectraLite EyeCare Max Pro has gone through rigorous safety testing and can be worn without additional protective goggles. This is due to its unique design, which sits flush to the skin. You should always purchase your LED device from a reputable manufacturer and ensure you’re following the usage instructions that come with it.
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How to incorporate the Dr. Dennis Gross DRx SpectraLite EyeCare Max Pro into your routine
Making a place for this new device in your daily skincare plan is easier than sending a voice memo on your iPhone. Truly. See what we mean below.
How often should you use the Dr. Dennis Gross DRx SpectraLite EyeCare Max Pro?
You only need to use your Dr. Dennis Gross DRx SpectraLite EyeCare Max Pro once a day for just a single three-minute cycle. That’s all it takes to saturate your cells with LED energy. You can do the treatment morning or night — whatever is most convenient for your schedule. The key to getting noticeable results is consistent, daily use.
When should you use the Dr. Dennis Gross DRx SpectraLite EyeCare Max Pro in your skincare regimen?
After you wash your face, it’s time to strap on your device and run the treatment program. Once that three-minute cycle is complete, follow with your usual skincare routine (Dr. Dennis Gross Alpha Beta Daily Peel, if you haven’t already done it that day, then your regular face and eye treatments and moisturizer. Plus sunscreen, if it’s in the morning.)
What ingredients pair best with the Dr. Dennis Gross DRx SpectraLite EyeCare Max Pro?
Speaking of eye treatments, the one you select should be based on your personal eye-area concerns. If it’s brightening you’re after, vitamin C can’t be beat. (Try Dr. Dennis Gross Vitamin C Lactic Firm & Bright Eye Treatment.) For those more interested in tackling crepiness and crow’s feet, reach for retinol. (Find it in Dr. Dennis Gross Advanced Retinol + Ferulic Triple Correction Eye Serum.) And when you’re in search of serious hydration, hyaluronic acid is always the answer. (Dr. Dennis Gross Hyaluronic Marine Dew It Right Eye Gel is packed with the moisturizing molecule.)
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