We have all probably seen TV personalities talk with a guest about new skin care products and gadgets. The host may seem skeptical of how well they work and they laugh about how it looks; however, one thing you will see with all of these videos is that the guest doctor or skin care specialist is talking about the beneficial technology used in our LED light treatment masque.


The well-known Forbes magazine who publishes articles on finance, industry, and marketing featured an article all about the iderma product. If you want fresh, radiant skin, trust the science of iderma.

“A hands-free facial mask that utilizes a combination of 142 red (660nm) and infrared LEDs (940 nm) in both narrow and wide angle lenses that reduce fine lines, wrinkles, minimize pores, improve texture and boost overall skin health.”

Rachael Ray:

The guest at Rachael Ray mentions that there are over 100 bulbs that emit low-level light energy that will help boost the metabolism of your skin cells. Both red and infrared light penetrates the skin down to the subcutaneous layer of your skin to boost collagen levels. This will help to reduce pore size, tone, and texture.


The guest on Today, Augusta Falletta, is the senior beauty editor from Buzzfeed Top Knot. She attended the consumer electronics show. She discusses with the hosts the benefits of low-level light therapy treatment. The light works to boosting collagen production. Augusta notes that users should consistently use the LED light treatment masque to see results. She also notes that a benefit of the masque is that it lasts up to 10 years.

Sky News:

The guest on Sky News was a dermatologist, Emma Wedgeworth. Emma notes that technology is growing and that LED light treatments are a well-known method to stimulate collagen function. She describes how skin cells cycle each four weeks, so users can start to see results after that length of time and will continue to see results after each skin cycle. They go on to talk about the benefits of red LED wavelength that penetrates the skin deeper than other wavelengths.


Jennifer Jolly from Techish visited KTVU to talk about the iderma LED light treatment therapy. It is used to boost collagen, which can treat acne scars, age spots, and pore size. She notes that the masque will shut off automatically to ease of use.


Dr. Frank saved the best skin care gadget for last, the iderma. He mentions that is can help to improve wrinkles, acne, and many other common skin issues.

Even though these guests aren’t all doctors, they are excited about what LED light treatments can do to improve the look of our skin. The experts at iderma want you to know that this therapy is more than just a gadget. The technology that is used has proven results that can be seen with just eight-minute sessions every other day. If you want to improve your skin tone, minimize fine lines and wrinkles, and reduce the size of pores, see for yourself the difference LED light can make.

Many products that are popular today are creams or lotions that don’t penetrate the skin and therefore don’t treat underlying problems. The difference with our masque is the infrared wavelengths reach the layer of your skin that will create real results. Give it a shot today and if you aren’t satisfied with the results after 60 days, we guarantee a full refund.


Ezvid Wiki:

Ezvid Wiki spent 25 hours on research, videography, and editing to select the 10 best light-therapy masks out there. The iderma light-therapy device came in the top five, and Ezvid Wiki’s review recommends it as a cosmetic device that will primarily attack the effects of aging. It notes that the mask does not sit directly on the user’s face, is held with a cushioned headpiece, and is a low-level therapy method.