LightFraxion is just a cool name, isn’t it?
And it’s a cool name for a cool product. Serious Skin Care is launching a new product, LightFraxion, today on HSN. And I love the science of it.
The lotion contains an extract, Morinda Citrifolia (commonly known as noni), which contains a polyphenol to take icky UV light and filter it, if you will, into a wavelength that falls into the red light spectrum (it’s really amazing I don’t have a pocket protector for how excited I was writing that last sentence). Visible red light is commonly used in both derms’ offices and in at-home devices to improve elasticity and reduces wrinkles (such as the Tanda Regenerate Anti-Aging Device). Of course, with many devices, you have to wear goggles to protect your eyes when you are treating your skin, which is not the case with LightFraxion since it’s a lotion and it is simply converting the light that naturally hits your skin. No weird looking goggles required.
Of course, since LightFraxion doesn’t contain a sunscreen, you will have to wear a separate sunscreen. But no fear – LightFraxion still works with sunscreen on. (and wouldn’t it be counterintuitive to wear and anti-aging product but not wear sunscreen?????)
And I feel a little silly for saying this next part, this is a daytime treatment, not a night cream. Why? Because it’s dark at night, and the sun is out during the day….
Ready to try LightFraxion? Find it on HSN.com for $39.95 and on the HSN channel today at 10am, 3pm, and 11pm today (all EST) where you can learn more about the product and get some other anti-aging tips. Not going to be near a TV? Check out the new HSN Arcade, where you can play games while you watch HSN in real time in HD.