Review of LED masks, specifically focusing on red light and blue light. Do they help with acne and wrinkles?

0:00 Intro
2:12 How light works
3:50 Blue light
4:23 Red light
4:50 LED for acne
8:14 LED for anti-aging / wrinkles
11:21 Cautions
13:20 Dr. Dennis Gross Product Review
18:14 LED and eye damage
19:36 Are they worth it?

Product Reviewed (Not sponsored): Dr. Dennis Gross DRx SpectraLite FaceWare Pro

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