Omnilux Contour Neck & Décolleté

Omnilux Contour Neck & Décolleté. FDA-cleared, dermatologist-recommended red light therapy. Clinically proven results for anti-aging & skin rejuvenation.

$550.00

5 in stock

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FAQ’s

What is Omnilux Contour?

Based on the world’s leading Omnilux MedicalTM light therapy technology, Contour is an FDA cleared flexible, portable, affordable home use device that uses light emitting diodes (LED) to reduce fine lines and wrinkles and improve overall skin tone, firmness, and health.

How does it work?

Optimized energy output and two clinically proven wavelengths of light (red 633nm and near-infrared 830nm) work on a cellular level to stimulate new collagen, reduce fine lines and wrinkles, and reduce sun damage and the visible signs of aging.

What is the recommended treatment regimen for Contour?

We recommend using the Contour devices 3-5 times per week for 4-6 weeks. After the initial 6 weeks, you should continue routine maintenance treatments as desired based on lifestyle and skincare needs, as everyone’s skin is different. Consistency is key, so find what works best for you!

CLINICALLY PROVEN BENEFITS
  • Reduces the appearance of pigmentation, redness, and fine lines & wrinkles
  • Reduces the appearance of sunspots
  • Promotes healthier, younger-looking skin
  • All natural. No pain, side effects, or downtime
  • Helps reduce bruising and swelling post Injectables and increases recovery time
USE
  • Three to five, 10-minute treatments per week for 4-6 weeks followed by maintenance as desired
CONTRAINDICATIONS

DO NOT use the Omnilux Contour™ LED system to treat any other conditions apart from those listed in the indications for use. The Omnilux Contour™ LED system has not been tested for any other conditions than those listed and the risk is unknown.

DO NOT use the Omnilux Contour™ LED system if you are pregnant, planning on becoming pregnant or breastfeeding. The Omnilux Contour™ LED system has NOT been tested on pregnant or breast-feeding women and therefore the risk to the fetus, neonate or pregnant women is unknown.