Is a Tanda Luxe home use device work and worth the money?

Hello Dr Irwin, Thank you for such an informative site, I was wondering what your views on the Tanda Luxe hand held home device for preventing/treating wrinkles are? I'm thinking of buying one but as with all beauty products I don't want to waste time and money.

This really depends on how old you are and what shape your skin is in.   If you are 35 and have good skin and practice good skincare habits, then using this for a little extra prevention and maintenance at home might make sense.

If you are 55 and have real wrinkles and sun damage, this device will not benefit those problems very much.  It’s too underpowered and doesn’t go deep enough, in my opinion.    This device uses a red LED light to try to stimulate collagen, and vibrates a little while you massage it on your face.

Also, many people find it hard to consistently do something (for months or years) when there is no or little visible pay off.

Hope this helps,   Dr. I

Dr. Brandith Irwin, MD

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