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Clinical Studies on the Truth Vitality Lux Renew

Clinical Studies on the Truth Vitality Lux Renew: Final Results

Reviewed by Marta March 19, 2015 46 Comments

Last month, I was thrilled to make my television debut on Evine Live to present our Truth Vitality Lux Renew, the first-ever FDA-cleared beauty device with ultrasound, red LED, and blue LED therapy. On the show, the before and after photos from our six-week trials were prominently displayed, and the host was truly impressed by the noticeable fading in deep lines and grooves that had taken the subjects decades to develop. As proud as I was to show the results of those six-week trials, I am even prouder to now bring you the final results of our twelve weeks of testing.

Truth Vitality Lux Renew: Clinical Data

Sixty women, ages 39-59, were enrolled in a twelve-week monadic clinical study conducted by the International Research Services, Inc. (IRSI). Its objective was to evaluate Truth Vitality Lux Renew's anti-aging effects on the appearance and condition of facial skin. At the six-week mark, significant improvement could be seen in eleven lines, marionette lines, forehead lines and periorbital lines (view those results here).

At the end of the twelve-week clinical trial, the following improvements were measured:

Expert clinical evaluation:

  • Forehead lines/wrinkles – 79.3% showed improvement
  • Facial (global) lines/wrinkles – 86.2% showed improvement
  • Skin firmness – 79.3% showed improvement
  • Radiance – 79.3% showed improvement
  • Overall appearance – 89.7% showed improvement

Instrumental Evaluation:

  • Vapo Meter (TEWL) – 82.8% showed improvement
  • Cutometer (firmness) – 100% showed improvement
  • Cutometer (elasticity) – 79.3% showed improvement
  • SIAScope (collagen) – 88.9% showed improvement

Truth Vitality Lux Renew: Before & After Photos

The following sampling of unretouched before-and-after photos from our clinical trial participants show the results of twelve weeks of using the Lux Renew.

Forehead Lines

lux renew clinical trial, before and after

Periorbital Lines

lux renew clinical trial, before and after

Eleven Lines

lux renew clinical trial, before and after


lux renew clinical trial, before and after

Jawline and Lower Face

lux renew clinical trial, before and after


lux renew clinical trial, before and after


lux renew clinical trial, before and after


lux renew clinical trial, before and after

Marionette Lines

lux renew clinical trial, before and after


lux renew clinical trial, before and after


lux renew clinical trial, before and after


lux renew clinical trial, before and after


lux renew clinical trial, before and after

  • June 12, 2016

    by Marta

    Hi Alex, it can be used by someone who is 30 for both aging prevention and acne control

  • June 12, 2016

    by alex

    Hi there, is it advised that someone aged 30 can use this product?

  • May 27, 2016

    by Susan

    I have seen videos of people using the LED function at the same time as the ultrasound function. Can they be used at the same time, or best seperately. Also, if the functions must be used seperately which one should you do first and can they be done one right after the other?
    Thanks!

  • April 20, 2016

    by Marta

    Hi Sarah, that's a great question, but these technologies will not hasten the Hayflick Limit. They work by causing cells to communicate and produce collagen. They do not quicken the turnover of cells.

  • April 20, 2016

    by Sarah

    This is SO exciting--I love clinical trial results! I just have a couple of questions. I'm sure it's hard to quantify in a small study like this, but were there differences in the results experienced by younger vs older participants? (For reference, I am only 30 so I know the participants weren't quite in my demographic :))

    Because I am on the young side of TIA's audience, I am especially concerned about long-term effects vs benefits. I know I try to moderate my retinol usage because of things like the hayflick limit--should I think about devices like the vitality lux renew in the same way?

    (just fyi, my main concerns are preventative--obviously :) I can tell my smile lines are going to be a concern in the coming years, which is kind of great because it means I am smiling way more than I am furrowing my brows! I also have scarring on my cheeks from acne in my mid-20's. )

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