DENNIS GROSS SpectraLite FaceWare Pro Review

Dennis Gross: What You Need to Know

DENNIS GROSS SpectraLite FaceWare Pro is the product I did not know that I would recommend. I’d like to soften the outward indications of aging in my skin, just like many other people my age or closer to 40 (I’m 38 as I write this). I have become increasingly captivated by the benefits that red light has on skin as I seek superpowers outside of the realm of injectables.

This best-selling product is now offered in a limited edition pewter colour, and it is an FDA-approved, three-minute LED device that treats your entire face and targets the look of wrinkles and blemishes.

This device has three colours of light only:
Red LED Light stimulates collagen production deep within the skin.
• Blue LED Light destroys acne-causing bacteria.
• Purple combines the best of Red and Blue light

How to Use

Step 1: Cleanse your face first.

Step 2: Apply your toner and moisturizers of choice.

Step 3: Place the Dennis Faceware Pro Mask over your face.

Step 4: Push the button for three seconds, and select the light color you prefer.

Step 5: Leave it on for 15-20 minutes a day for better result.

It is also rechargeable but the battery is not accessible and not serviceable. Once it’s dead permanently, it’s done.

DENNIS GROSS SpectraLite FaceWare Pro: Overall Design

The mask is comfortable to wear and doesn’t pull or poke the face. It is so cute that you can choose what colour while using it.

DENNIS GROSS SpectraLite FaceWare Pro

Ease of Use

Using this device is actually pretty easy and requires almost no prep. You don’t even need your smartphone.

Using the mask was refreshingly easy; no apps or Bluetooth connection was required. You can even pull the facemask on, and leave it on while you do chores.

There is no question that the effectiveness of your Dr Dennis Gross mask will increase in direct proportion to the frequency with which you wear it. Because I use mine multiple times each week for a total of nine minutes at a time, broken up into three sessions of three minutes each, I have a strong belief that I have witnessed a reduction in lines.

Because it is simple to implement into my routine and I look forward to the downtime that it provides, I do not find it challenging to do so. After I get out of the shower, I like to lay down, close my eyes, put on some headphones, and let the red light from the Dr Dennis Gross mask bathe my face while I listen to a podcast.

Results (Before & After)

The skin looks great; they had no breakouts and may actually be seeing a bit more firmness… guess on week two of a recommended ten it’s still hard to tell.

I find the treatment super easy and convenient to use, since it does the whole face at once, and also been holding it up to neck too for added benefits.

Because of the positive results I’ve experienced, I have a lot of faith in the research that behind red light treatment. You will notice improvements in your appearance if you include the Dr. Dennis Gross FaceWare Pro LED Mask in your daily regimen.

I’ve noticed a significant lessening in the depth of the creases on my forehead, and my complexion has become somewhat more even. I’ve had a serious case of melasma, and it seems like it might be getting better.

The blue light option is excellent for when you sense a breakout coming on or have active blemishes, but I have used the red light feature almost exclusively. It is nice when you have active blemishes, though.

I will occasionally use the combination option, which includes both red and blue light, but given that the vast majority of the advantages investigated were associated with red light and the fact that reducing the appearance of fine lines is my primary objective, I primarily use red light.

DENNIS GROSS SpectraLite FaceWare Pro: Is it Worth it?

Dennis Gross LED mask is no in a pretty good live-in derm for my occasional bouts of acne and inflammation .

As for the price tag, there’s no getting around that—but it softens the blow to know that it does deliver on its claims.

DENNIS GROSS SpectraLite FaceWare Pro Review