• CurrentBody Skin LED Mask + Dr. Levy R3 Cell Matrix Mask 50ml

CurrentBody Skin LED Mask + Dr. Levy R3 Cell Matrix Mask 50ml

LED eye mask for younger-looking eyes

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        Fall in love with your CurrentBody Skin device, or your money back.

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        Our multi-award winning CurrentBody Skin devices and tools are designed to renew your complexion on a deeper level. With our specialist knowledge and expertise in the industry, we launched our first device to rave reviews on the anti-ageing effects of light therapy treatment. And that was just the start. We now have a full range of scientifically backed, anti-ageing devices and skincare products that are trusted by a-listers and clinicians alike.

        If after time you are still not satisfied with your skin rejuvenation experience, you can contact us to return the device. Once we’ve received the product back, we will process your refund, minus a 10% restocking fee to cover return administration.

        What you need to know:

        • Winner of the COSMOPOLITAN Best Skin Innovation of 2022 Award
        • Anti-ageing LED eye treatment clinically proven to treat lines & wrinkles
        • 4 powerful LED wavelengths for younger-looking eyes
        • Targets crow’s feet, eleven lines and brow furrows
        • Pain-free, hands-free simplicity
        • Super fast, 3-minute treatments
        • As Seen In: The Sunday Times, GQ, The Independent, Daily Mail, GRAZIA & GLAMOUR

        Additional Information


        Who cannot use this device:
        Anyone with any condition that causes sensitivity to light e.g. Lupus erythematosus, photosensitive eczema or Albinism
        Anyone taking medication that can cause light sensitivity - includes certain antibiotics, chemotherapy drugs, and diuretics.
        If you are unsure about any medication consult your healthcare provider
        Anyone with genetic eye condition
        Other substances can cause light sensitivity: St John’s Wort, Coal tar, deodorants, antibacterial soaps, artificial sweeteners, naphthalene (moth- balls), petroleum products, brightening agents found in laundry detergent, and cadmium sulphide (a chemical injected into the skin during tattooing).

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