- Value: 16/20
- Functionality: 20/20
- Ease of Use: 20/20
- Anti-Aging: 17/20
- Longevity: 17/20
If you've ever wanted to clear your skin (fast!), take years off your face (sans the Botox) and brighten your complexion (because who doesn't want a glow?), chances are you've considered buying an LED facial mask, a type of skincare device that promises to do all of the above. Maybe you haven't taken the plunge yet, or maybe, like me, you've tried one (or a few) of them but the device(s) didn't quite meet your expectations. Trust me, I've been there. So when I set out to test the Dr. Dennis Gross DRx SpectraLite EyeCare Max Pro (from
$199; $159), I must admit I did not have high hopes. Although it promises to treat the entire eye area, so I could say bye-bye to dark circles, fine lines and wrinkles, all while helping to improve overall complexion and texture, it sounded almost too good to be true. But after ten weeks and a total of 70 three-minute treatments, I can confirm that it delivered on what really matters to me—banishing these under-eye bags.
Before getting into the nitty-gritty, I'll let you know that the device is currently on sale at the Sephora Savings Event. The sale is now open to all Beauty Insider members when you sign in or sign up for free, so you can get up to 20 percent off almost everything on the site using coupon code TIMETOSAVE, including this LED eye mask (now from $159). But you only have until Nov. 6 to get it for that price, so I'll be quick. Read on for everything you need to know about this game-changing gadget.