DR. DENNIS GROSS SKINCARE SPECTRALITE™ FACEWARE PRO


Cell dedifferentiation, artificial heart and intelligence, crowdsourcing, neuromarketing, virtual reality, GPS, Internet of Things, social networks and smart phones are some of the achievements of science and technology that change our lives in the 21st century. As with any invention in history, there are supporters and opponents, depending from what viewpoint they observe the same matter. While some are delighted by the GPS and the fact that it makes it much easier to find specific location in an unfamiliar city, others are horrified because they're aware that they can be tracked and that somebody knows where they are at any moment, thanks to the GPS in their smart phones. Some people look at social networks as an excellent way of communication with persons on different continents, and for some they're tools for further alienation in terms of less and less live socialization. Virtual reality provides exposure to experiences we're usually unable to fulfill and a chance to encounter and uncover various worlds of adventures with their own set of rules. While some are impatient to enter, others are concerned that the virtual life would be more interesting than real one and that people will gradually relocate in virtual space. Dedifferentiation of cells, discovery awarded with the Nobel prize in which scientists proved that it's necessary to activate only 4 genes to transmute already formed cell into mother cell that contains all information needed for growth of new ones, could radically alter medicine in the future, as it would allow creation of „spare“ clones and breeding of substitute organs. One of the most controversial inventions is artificial intelligence – designing of intelligent machines that operate and react as humans. At first it was thought that a computer will never have the power of independent learning. However, when it's shown how, it is capable to acquire knowledge and to develop an instinct, so today we have world famous robots like Asimo, Nao, Atlas, Peper and sophie – humanoid robot devised in the image of actress Audrey Hepburn. Daniel H. Wilson, contrary to the enthusiasm of many, in his book „Robocalypse“ predicts how the world might look like if robots start to disobey, evolve consciousness and decide to rule over it.


The advance in science and technology has influenced every aspect of human life, from household, business, entertainment and travel, there is literally no domain where there has been no change. It also hasn't bypassed the beauty and skin care industry. I'm a person who likes to use different devices in the process of care and I think that they greatly facilitate the whole routine, as well being more effective than our own hands. I can suggest Foreo Luna Mini as an example – a facial cleanser and massager, with unquestionably better results in relation to fingers. With them, treatments previously reserved for cosmetic salons can be done in the comfort of our home. Even though some worth a fortune, in the long run they save both time and money so the high prices are justified. 

Beauty gadget that attracted my attention is Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare SpectraLite™ FaceWare Pro, devised by renowned dermatologist Dr. Gross. Observing rough and irritating activities of scrubs used in the 90's, he resolved to conceive a formula saturated exclusively with natural and tender ingredients. With his Alpha Beta Peel preparations and hydroxide acids he launched a genuine revolution in skin care, to the universal thrill of the patients. Soon the products became available for home use, among them this SpectraLite FaceWare Pro mask. It reduces wrinkles and acne, while the impressive 162 red and blue LED lights are combined with the aim of eradicating bacteria which causes rose drop, along with increased collagen production. Optimal outcomes manifests after 10 weeks, and the official site states that the device is dermatologically approved, suitable for all skin types and that it successfully treats acne, skin aging, sun damage, redness, fine lines, wrinkles and loss of firmness. The key and sole components are red LED lights (100) whose task is to penetrate deep into dermis layer and stimulate collagen production, and blue LED lights (62) which destroys bacteria, relieves ruddiness and inflammation and prevents emergence of new acne.

Usage is extremely simple: after cleaning the face with Alpha Beta Peel, you need to place the mask over the face and attach it around the head with bands, press the button to engage it, select the light settings and hold it for 3 minute of programmed treatment, after which it automatically switches off. The final step is mask removal and application of serum and/or moisturizing cream.
A few leading advantages of this mask are: polishing of tiny lines and face solidifying, balancing the skin tone and texture, anti-inflymmatory action, elimination of redness, age spots, skin discoloration, sunspots and purification of mild to moderate acne.

I can freely conclude that this gadget really intrigued me and that i would definitely like to try it one day. What is your opinion? Have you dealt with Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare SpectraLite™ FaceWare Pro mask before? Would you use it in skin care? Write me in the comments.
Best wishes till the next post!

DISCLAIMER
Beauty gadgets is a section created with the idea of informing the readers about the devices and tools which can be found on the market, intended for skin care. The Exclusive Beauty Diary blog is focused on products and preparations, but today's indispensable items are cosmetic devices too, so I think that it's interesting and useful to offer some overview, but whitout detailed evaluation and personal assessement until I try them myself. Accordingly, photos are downloaded from the manufacturer's site.

36 comments:

  1. Very Attractive Article and very awesome.
    It really helped me ton. Please to be continued and posts like these.
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  2. You could really scare someone with this on. Lol! I would love to try it. Thanks for sharing!

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  3. This gadget sounds really interesting for me, especially if it balancing the skin tone, maybe I will try it.

    Have a wonderful weekend!

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  4. Whoa this mask is insane! But I have heard great things about LED, especially about the blue light and acne!

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  5. I haven't tried many gadgets, but it's SO interesting how they can do almost everything!!
    XOOX
    Jodie

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  6. I had no idea that such a thing exists, I learned a lot from you today :-)

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  7. Wow! I wold like to taste that product.
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  8. Wow the future of beauty industry is here They intrigue me too as long as they are safe and have been tested I would try them It is a little scary because they are new to the market but I am super curious xoxo Cris
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  9. This product looks amazing, I'm sure that it works as much good as it looks like.

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  10. I loved the idea of the mask, it should grant incredible results. Have a great day!

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  11. Wow! this is so cool!first time I see product like this:)

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  12. This was such an interesting post to read; I also can completely understand why people initially resist change with regard to technology - but it's always nearly for the best! :)

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  13. It's so interesting to see how technology is now being used for beauty and skincare! This faceware pro mask sounds like it could work really well. I've never heard of anything like this before, so thank you for sharing!

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  14. that's nice!
    I've heard a lot about this kind of 'masks', seems very interesting!

    xoxo
    Guria do Século Passado

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  15. Oh wow! I never knew that there is a mask out there that will help with your face, with the help of technology. Pretty cool that this would help your skin! I need to see how this affects people's skin and wouldn't mind trying it out for myself. Thanks for sharing your thoughts!

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  16. I have heard a lot about this mask! It seems interesting!

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  17. I would love to try it too, why not? Using technology for skin care sounds like a great idea to me...I do like the design of this mask. It looks like something from Iron Man films.

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  18. Wow, this mask is so damn cool... I would like to try it!
    Kisses, Paola.

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  19. This looks so interested and would love to try it out!


    xoxo
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  20. I have heard it's amazing - it sounds extremely cool.

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  21. Questa è una grande innovazione!!! Grazie della splendida review!

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  22. Yes, this is true that all in the beauty sector there are huge developments. Thanks for this very interesting post. You motivated me again to buy finally a Foreo device.
    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena
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  23. How cool is this! I know these kinds of led mask are popular in asia, so the trend must have carried over to here!

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  24. Interesting, and I would love to try it someday.
    Nice post.

    Ann
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  25. Oh wow! This is seems like something very futuristic! I hope you had a lovely weekend!
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  26. So different, I didn't know them.

    Beijos/Kisses.

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  27. Such an innovation in beauty world!
    I wonder if I put that on my face, I am curious about the result after using that gadget anyway :)
    Thanks for sharing!

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  28. How modern this is, very interesting!
    I liked to know!
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  29. Looks really interesting! Thanks for sharing this.

    Gemma x
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  30. Beauty gadgets are the future today!!
    I confess I laugh a little imagining me with that in my face!!
    Who wants to live forever... young? Thats the answer this mask!
    xoxo

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  31. Very interesting post.

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  32. I've tried Dr Dennis Gross Eye Spectralite before and thought the concept of it was so neat. I didn't know they had one for the entire face. I would love to try this.

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  33. Such a unique product
    Thanks for sharing
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  34. This sounds good. I actually have one but from Neutrogena, been kinda helpful.

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