I was lucky enough to be able to work from home from day one of the first lockdown. As a result, by Christmas I’d saved a small fortune on petrol, parking and all the other work-related spends that add up. I like a gadget but I’m a low-maintenance girl. I did some research into what I could invest in that would have long-term effects and not require a recurring cost. LED phototherapy impressed me a lot but it still took me a long time to decide to buy the Flex because of the substantial price.
Although naturally I wanted help to reduce the signs of aging, in the end what swung it was reading LED phototherapy reviews from two prominent reviewers. One said that using the Flex had reduced the redness in her skin and the other said that using a different LED phototherapy device had reduced the vertical lines on her neck (the start of wattle). These are both issues for me. I spent a lot of time looking at other devices but in the end I decided that the ability to also treat injuries such as breakouts and muscle and joint aches made this worth it. The Flex is described as the strongest device on the market but this must be because of the number of bulbs, as the frequencies are the same as the other ones I looked at.
Practicality: The Flex is very easy to use and copes well with being dragged around. It feels a little claustrophobic to lie under it at first but you soon get used to that. The instructions are clear and although there is a slight delay after you press the buttons,…
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