Llinic, a LED laser therapy device for skincare improves skin elasticity with a futuristic mask.
Although beauty centers, barbers and hairdressers are open, a slice of the population still hesitates to use them. And he won't do it for quite a while. The limitations of the lockdown have caused the demand for personal services, including those related to well-being and appearance, to skyrocket. Among them, LED laser therapy.
Llinic, on the mask
If you want to look like a cross between a Daft Punk and Matthew McConaughey in Interstellar this is the gizmo for you.
Llinic is an advanced level LED laser therapy device. A piece of equipment designed for consumers looking to accelerate their skin's ability to regenerate and maintain youthful density and radiance throughout the year.
The unit works by placing a special mask (see Daft Punk above) on the face and scalp, and intervenes using different wavelengths of light.
Portable, simple, non-invasive
Llinic can be successful in its market niche, for the simple reason that it respects all current trends. The Korean company has produced genuine professional grade LED laser therapy. Allows a treatment with high standards (480 LEDs for both face and hair) without leaving home. It reflects the new health awareness, because it aims to stimulate the body's natural abilities to regenerate. It does not generate heat and has no complications whatsoever.
In the near future we will see more and more equipment like this, not just for the skincare, go in this direction.
Not only LED laser therapy, in short: more and more often we will "help" to improve the appearance avoiding invasive procedures and trying to reduce or eliminate the need to go to a spa for similar treatments.