The Eterno Reduces Wrinkles, Scars and Sun Spots With NASA Technology
If you’re looking to lighten scars, remove unwanted spots, eliminate fine lines and pigment, reduce the appearance of rosacea and minimize pores on your face, the Eterno Red LED Light Device is an at-home device that launched on November 15 and is changing the skin care game. It sets itself apart with medical grade results thanks to a unique tapered-glass head that boosts collagen and allows skin to get all the LED light therapy possible, paired with NASA’s regenerative LED technology, which is used in outer space to grow plants.
Eterno works by penetrating through three layers of skin. After being absorbed by photo acceptors in the mitochondria, the production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP)—the fuel that feeds all cells—is increased. This boost of cellular energy results in a series of metabolic events, including tissue repair and new cell generation, leaving skin feeling smoother, brighter and younger.
To use Eterno, place the device on your first areas that you want to treat. The LED light will automatically activate. Apply gentle pressure while slowly moving the device in small circular motions. Perform the treatment for 3-5 minutes on cheeks, forehead, chin and neck areas. The entire process shouldn’t take longer than 15-20 minutes. Tip: For the best results, don’t separate the glass treatment from skin.
Eterno retails for $299, and is made for all skin types, colors, genders and ages. It can be used with or without creams and serums. For more information and to purchase, visit the brand’s website and follow them on Instagram: @eternoskincare
[Last image courtesy of Eterno]
Kamala Kirk is a University of Southern California graduate and has been an editor/writer for more than a decade. She has written for E! Online, Total Beauty, TravelAge West, Malibu Times Magazine, and many more. She resides in Los Angeles and is a proud pug mom. Follow her on Instagram: @kamalakirk