The Luxe Skin-Smoothing Device Used by Sydney Sweeney and Nicole Kidman Is on Rare Discount Right Now

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If you closely follow the beauty space, you’ve probably noticed the term LED light has been thrown around a lot recently. What used to be reserved for in-office treatments from dermatologists and estheticians, LED light devices have now (safely) made their way into our homes. Research shows that these lights can treat wrinkles, redness, acne, scarring, and much more when used regularly and correctly.

Many celebrities have hopped on the skincare trend, too: Kate Hudson told InStyle that she regularly uses a LED face mask as part of her wellness routine, while Nicole Kidman, Sydney Sweeney, and Lil Nas X all use the same light therapy wand from Solawave

Not only does the FDA-approved device use targeted light therapy to treat acne and wrinkles in as little as five minutes per session, but it also vibrates and warms the skin for a pleasant, massage-like experience. It comes in four colors and offers two types of light therapy based on your specific skin concerns. The red light tool is recommended for wrinkles and fine lines, while the blue light version is a better option for treating acne. 

And right now, Solawave is offering a buy one, get one free Cy Monday deal — meaning you can basically get one for half-off. Whether you want to try multiple devices for yourself or use the second one as a gift for your beauty-loving bestie (if you ask us, it makes a pretty good stocking stuffer), this is one promo you won’t want to pass up. Plus, the discount includes all Solawave devices, so you can have your pick from the celebrity-approved skincare tools. 

Advanced Skincare Wand with Red Light Therapy

Solawave

Shop now: $149 for 2; solawave.com

You can also find the red light and blue light wand available on other retailers, like Saks Fifth Avenue and BlueMercury, for 15 percent off, in case you’d only like to buy just one. But if this device doesn’t appeal to you, there's no shortage of deals on other editor-loved light therapy masks. To get the bad news out of the way first: The celebrity-favorite — and our best overall pickDr. Dennis Gross LED mask is not discounted (sorry, we’re bummed, too), but there are plenty of other InStyle-tested and approved options on sale for Cyber Monday today. 

The Best Cyber Monday Deals on LED Light Masks:

  • Skin Gym Wrinklit LED Mask, $69 (Originally $99); skingym.com
  • CurrentBody Skin LED Light Therapy Mask, $399 (Originally, $449); amazon.com
  • LightStim Lightstim For Acne, $144 (Originally $169); saksfifthavenue.com
  • Omnilux Contour Face, $345 (Originally $395); omnilux.com
  • Omnilux Contour Neck and Décolleté, $345 (Originally $395); omnilux.com
  • MZ Skin Gold Light Therapy Facial Treatment Device, $464 (Originally $580); ssense.com

While you can’t go wrong with any of the devices listed above, many of them target specific areas of concern that you may want to consider. The Omnilux Contour Neck and Décolleté, for example, focuses on the often-neglected neck and décolleté area. Wear the device for 10 minutes a couple times a week — the brand recommends three to five times a week for four to six weeks to see real results — to get healthier, smoother-looking skin over time. Meanwhile, Skin Gym’s now-$70 mask incorporates three types of light therapy, but most shoppers applaud its results on fine lines and hyperpigmentation. 

Wrinklit LED Mask

Skin Gym

Shop now: $70 (Originally $99); skingymco.com 

Omnilux ContourTM NECK & DÉCOLLETÉ

Omnilux

Shop now: $345 (Originally $395); omnilux.com

Anyone struggling with acne will love Solawave’s newest targeted device. But for those who want to tackle adult acne along with other concerns, like dull skin tone or additional redness, consider the LightStim for Acne. It contains both red and blue lights to kill bacteria on the skin (which may be behind certain types of acne), while smoothing and brightening the complexion simultaneously.

LightStim

Saks Fifth Avenue

Shop now: $144 (Originally $169); saksfifthavenue.com

Full wearable masks are also a great option since you can use the device hands-free. Two wearable masks that continuously came up in our research were the MZ Skin Gold Light Therapy Facial Treatment Device and the CurrentBody Skin LED Light Therapy Mask, and while they’re certainly pricey, both are discounted today. 

It’s no secret that these high-tech devices are expensive, so if you’re considering adding one to your skincare regimen, we suggest jumping on these Cyber Monday deals today before they’re gone. 

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