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Dr. Dennis Gross DRx SpectraLite EyeCare Pro Review

is a Solution for:
Crow's Feet, Wrinkles
December 5, 2017 Reviewed by Marta 3 Comments
TRU Rating
A wearable LED treatment that works


Comfortable, quick, effective



There hasn’t been much innovation in the world of  devices in the past year or so, but the new LED mask from Dr. Dennis Gross, the DRx SpectraLite EyeCare Pro ($159 in the shop) has actually made a treatment that you can wear that is fast, convenient and effective.

The FDA cleared SpectraLite is a sturdy mask with 72 LEDs – amber, red, deep red and infra-red – for the periorbital area. You simply place the mask over the eyes and switch on for a pre-programmed 3-minute session. It’s comfortable and over before you know it.

DDG promises results within two weeks and I started to see a reduction in the depth and length of crow’s feet and a smoothing of the under eye area. Now 30 days in, there is continuous improvement.

The device needs to be charged overnight to start with and then seems to last for about 6-8 sessions before needing to be charged again. The hands-free design means that I have been able  to treat my periorbtal area with SpectraLite while using my Truth Vitality Lux Renew in either LED  or ultrasound mode to focus on the rest of my face (in particular the lower jaw). This has definitely given a boost my regimen and will happily continue to use the two together.

For those curious to know how LED works, researchers in Germany did some tests and  concluded that it works by disturbing water molecules. "By targeting water layers on elastin, facial wrinkle levels could be significantly reduced by irradiation of the skin with visible light, which was found to interact with interfacial water layers on model substrates."

  • June 2, 2018

    by Marta

    Hi Frances. It is for wrinkles. It may help under eye bags, by tightening the skin, but it is not the primary purpose. It is not adjustable and does not need to be as the lights are focused on the crows feet. It is FDA cleared and is safe to use. Red LED is not harmful for the eyes.

  • May 31, 2018

    by Frances

    QUESTIONS, please.
    1. Does it help undereye bags?
    2. Is it adjustable, like for close-set eyes?
    3. Not knowing a lot of science, I wonder about eye safety (cornea, retina, etc)

  • April 23, 2018

    by Virginia

    (5 out of 5)

    I have been using this product for about a month or so, and I love the results. My eyelids are not as "crepey" and the lines around my eyes are markedly diminished. I also feel that my eyes look better--the upper lid appears firmer.

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