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Article: Should I Use My LED Mask In The Morning Or Night ?

Should I Use My LED Mask In The Morning Or Night ?

Should I Use My LED Mask In The Morning Or Night ?


Did you know that day and night skincare routines can be personalized to match the specific needs of your skin? Adapting to the effects of different times of the day on your skin matters if you want the right results. When it comes to adding treatments like LED light therapy to your routine, timing becomes an important factor. 

When should you use your LED light therapy device? Is it more effective during the day or should you avoid using it before bedtime? Does the time of day matter for blue light therapy, red light therapy, or infrared therapy?

Continue reading for more information about the difference between day and night use of LED light therapy devices.

1. What is LED Light Therapy?


In today's fast-paced world, where schedules are increasingly demanding, individuals are in search of skin treatments that provide both convenience and effectiveness. LED light therapy stands out as an impressive option, as it demands just a few minutes of your time per day while delivering remarkable results in terms of skin rejuvenation. 

What is LED light therapy?


LED light therapy utilizes UV-free, non-heating LED bulbs to effectively address diverse skin conditions. By delivering light energy that permeates the skin, photoreceptors are activated, initiating natural cellular processes like collagen production and regeneration.

One of the reasons LED light therapy has gained popularity is its versatility in addressing a wide range of skin concerns. The LightAura Plus Face & Neck Mask from Project E Beauty is one device that offers seven LED colors plus a dedicated panel for the neck area. 

These devices prove particularly effective in combating signs of aging and managing mild to moderate acne breakouts. To unlock the desired benefits, consistency is key. Developing a treatment plan and incorporating LED light therapy into your day or night routines is essential, as it impacts the overall effectiveness and results it can yield for your skin.

2. How Does an LED Mask Fit into Your Skincare Routine?

To ensure the best possible results, it’s important to prepare your skin before using an LED light device, especially a mask. The first step in this preparation is a thorough face cleansing. By washing your face before the treatment, you remove any barriers that could hinder the effectiveness of the LED light therapy.

When you cleanse your face, you eliminate excess oils, dirt, makeup residue, and other impurities that may have accumulated throughout the day. This process creates a clean and fresh canvas for the LED light to work its magic. By clearing away these impurities, you allow powerful light energy to penetrate deeply into your skin, maximizing its potential benefits.

Moreover, cleansing your face helps to unclog pores, enabling the LED light therapy to reach the underlying layers of your skin more effectively. This promotes better absorption of the light energy and enhances the overall effects of the treatment.

3. When is the Best Time to do LED Light Therapy?

Regardless of whether you choose to incorporate LED light therapy into your day or night routine, what’s important is your commitment to sticking to a regular treatment plan. Typically, LED light therapy is recommended four times a week, with each session lasting 10 minutes, especially for beginners.

Recommended daytime skincare routine

Using LED light therapy during the day is generally safe, regardless of the light color. For mild to moderate acne and inflammatory skin concerns, it is recommended to prioritize blue light therapy during the morning hours. The blue wavelength can suppress melatonin, the sleep hormone responsible for regulating the sleep-wake cycle. By using blue light therapy in the daytime, you can minimize any potential disruption to your natural sleep patterns and ensure a more balanced treatment routine.

For a revitalized and invigorating start to your day, consider incorporating a facial roller (such as an ice roller or a  microcurrent facial roller) into your morning skincare routine.

Recommended nighttime skincare routine

Red light therapy and infrared therapy are most effective when incorporated into a nighttime routine before bed. This is because the anti-aging effects of red light therapy align with the body's natural regeneration processes that occur during sleep, enhancing their overall effectiveness. Using this with other anti-aging tools such as the derma roller is a good combination too. If you must use blue light at night, make sure to use an eye shield to protect your eyes and reduce any effects on sleep.

For best results, don’t forget to follow every session with a hydrating skincare product such as the Project E Beauty Hyaluronic Acid Serum.  

4. Is LED Light Therapy Safe?

LED light therapy is a safe and widely recognized treatment, backed by a 2018 study confirming its exceptional safety profile. The bulbs used for LED light therapy devices are also UV-free and non-heating, ensuring no harm to the surface of your skin while still delivering desirable benefits.

The high intensity of LED bulbs used in these devices can be too bright for your eyes to handle. For protection, look for an LED light therapy device that includes built-in protective goggles or provides a pair of blackout goggles. These essential accessories will shield your eyes from any potential overexposure to the LED light.

LED light treatments are non-invasive, painless, and require minimal effort on your part. You can simply sit back, relax, and enjoy the session as it gives your skin the pampering it deserves.

If you have any questions about how to purchase light therapy devices from Project E Beauty, please contact Customer support directly at for assistance.

    written by Sophie Flair



Hello Terry,

When using an LED mask, it’s important to protect your eyes from the bright light emitted by the device. Here are some options for what to wear on your eyes:

LED Mask Goggles: Wear the goggles or eye shields that are designed to block out the light and protect your eyes.

Sleeping Mask or Eye Mask: You can use a soft sleeping mask or eye mask that covers your eyes completely. Make sure it’s thick enough to block out the light from the LED mask.

Cotton Pads: If you don’t have goggles or a sleeping mask, you can use cotton pads or cotton rounds. Place them over your closed eyes before putting on the LED mask. This makeshift solution can help block some of the light.

Keep Eyes Closed: If none of the above options are available, you can simply keep your eyes closed during the LED therapy session. However, this may not be as comfortable as using eye protection, especially for longer sessions.

Remember that eye protection is essential when using LED masks to prevent any potential discomfort or damage to your eyes from prolonged exposure to bright lights.

Please don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any further questions or need more information. Thank you!


Please could you let me know if i need to wear goggles with the light aura plus?

Thank you
Best wishes
Terry Lewis

Terry Lewis

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