Counting Emily Blunt, Carey Mulligan and Kirsten Dunst among her clientele, Mary Wiles is no stranger to prepping celebs to walk the Red Carpet. No wonder then, we were all ears when the celebrity MUA named a unique LED device as the secret to nailing that Hollywood glow.
Having been awarded an Emmy for her role in the feelgood comedy last month, the actress wowed fans on the Red Carpet as she attended the Pride of Britain Awards on Saturday.
Posting BTS snaps to Instagram, Wiles credited the LED device with helping to achieve Hannah’s enviable glow.
“I love using the LED Light Mask pre-red carpet as it noticeably plumps and smooths, meaning skin appears more radiant”.
Winner of the Shape Well Tech Awards, the mask is no stranger to celebrity endorsement, with Hollywood star Naomi Watts regularly donning the high-tech device.
Using flexible, medical-grade silicone as opposed to hard plastic, the mask moulds to fit the contours of your face rather than canopying above it, allowing for a deeper delivery of red and infrared light.
With built-in temperature and time control technology, the Unveiled LED mask works to boost collagen, accelerate turnover and reduce inflammation for the perfect 10-minute touch up.
Two wavelength frequencies – clinically proven to stimulate collagen and elastin production and trigger cell renewal – penetrate the skin to promote healing and rejuvenate skin. In addition to the standard 633 nanometres of red light, PRIORI uses 830 nanometres of near infrared light to enhance the skin-renewing capacity of LED, encouraging blood flow that oxygenates the skin and results in an instant glow.
Whilst favouring the device for instant red-carpet radiance, Wiles advises her clients to use the mask “3 times a week to see optimum results”.
The PRIORI Unveiled LED Mask is available from £320 at www.prioriskincare.co.uk