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New Clinical Data on the Truth Vitality Lux Renew Shows Impressive Results

Truth Vitality Lux Renew
January 22, 2015 Reviewed by Marta 16 Comments

I have always been a big believer in the authenticity and power of real-life experience, and we can trust the Truth In Aging community to tell it like it is. But it is really very gratifying when anecdotal experience is backed up by science.

This past September, I was proud to launch Truth In Aging's exclusive Truth Vitality Lux Renew, an FDA-cleared beauty device with ultrasound, red LED, and blue LED therapy. What makes me even prouder is to report that our Lux Renew is the only LED and ultrasound device that is clinically proven to improve skin firmness and elasticity and reduce wrinkles.

I have submitted the Truth Vitality Lux Renew to clinical trials with 60 subjects. They are still ongoing, but the data at the six-week point is really compelling, and I could not wait to share it with you — after all, our device was developed to address the skin care needs that you yourselves identified. These results of these clinical trials are based on the assessment of clinical experts and instrumental evaluations.

Truth Vitality Lux Renew: Clinical Data

In clinical trials for the Truth Vitality Lux Renew, users experienced significant improvements after only six weeks:

  • 75.9% of subjects in the trial showed significant improvement in facial lines and wrinkles
  • 69% showed improvement in skin firmness
  • 62.1% showed improved skin elasticity
  • 58.6% showed improved radiance
  • 65.5% showed improved clarity

Instrumental evaluation of skin firmness showed a 100% improvement, and 69% of subjects had an increase in collagen. Impressive numbers indeed, but as they say, a picture is worth a thousand words! The following sampling of unretouched before-and-after photos from our clinical trial participants show the results of just six weeks of using the Lux Renew.

Truth Vitality Lux Renew: Before & After Photos

Eleven Lines

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

Forehead Lines

lux renew clinical trial, before and after

Lip Lines

lux renew clinical trial, before and after

Periorbital & Marionette Lines

lux renew clinical trial, before and after

Forehead Lines and Eleven Lines

lux renew clinical trial, before and after

  • December 21, 2016

    by Stephanie

    I'm wondering what areas exactly to avoid on my neck in ultrasound mode since the instruction manual states not to use over carotids, pharnygeal and laryngeal muscles.

  • February 5, 2015

    by Marta

    Hi Linda
    Red LED light can help with broken veins. There's no reason not to try it out on the ones on your nose.

  • February 4, 2015

    by Linda

    Thanks Marta. I was thinking no retin A could be used at all when using this product. But I still have the question which is: Can the red LED help broken veins on my nose? Instructions don't show any nose use!! Help!! Thank you so much for your help!! Looking forward to this!! :)

  • February 4, 2015

    by Marta

    Hi Linda - it would be best to use the device first and then Retin A about 20 minutes later. Experiment with a patch test to see how/if your skin reacts. For lines and wrinkles the timing guidelines are given in your instruction manual. But five minutes for each treatment area 3-5 times a week would be a minimum that will give results.

  • February 4, 2015

    by Linda Sorrells

    I have 2 questions for you. I bought this and need a couple of questions answered please. How long after Retin A use can the red LED be used? How long must I wait? Also, I have broken veins in my nose. Can this be used on that area and will it help? These are red spot on my nose I'm guessing from sun damage? And one more. To get rid of 11 lines, or any lines for that matter, what time amount do you recommend for LED and Ultrasonic time? Thank you so much!!!

  • January 26, 2015

    by Lisa DeCarlo

    As far as results, what is the difference between the original, the 2nd, and now this latest Renew device? Should I expect better results with this latest device?

    Thanks

  • January 25, 2015

    by Marta

    Hi Steph
    The clinical trial procedure is very rigorous and additional serums are not allowed as they could skew the results. The subjects are allowed only a daily cleanser and sunscreen that have been approved by the lab. Because a water-based product is required for the ultrasound, the subjects are using the Ultra Renew Gel Serum during their sessions. In other words, these great results are due to using the device only.

  • January 25, 2015

    by Steph

    Thank you Marta, that was a very useful link.

    In the current clinical study, which serums/creams are subjects using with their Lux Renew please, if any?

    One of the most appealing aspects of ultrasound is enhanced product penetration, so it will be very interesting to understand how much this effect might be contributing to results - or not.

  • January 23, 2015

    by Marta

    Hi Kim, Ann - they went "by the book" in that they were given the instruction manual, which sets out a weekly regimen. 3-5 times per week, 15-19 minutes, 5-7 minutes on each area (an area being one side of face, for example).
    Steph, this ultrasound frequency does not melt fat. Please read more on this here: https://www.truthinaging.com/review/ultrasonic-how-it-works

  • January 23, 2015

    by kim

    Marta,

    Awesome pictures! Great results. Was wondering if you can tell us what their regimen was. Often often they used it, and how long the sessions were.

    Thanks!
    Kim

  • January 23, 2015

    by Ann

    I too would like to know how frequently and for how long the treatment sessions were. Thank you for posting honest photos with believable results!

  • January 22, 2015

    by Kimber

    I have the last prototype b4 FDA approval. Please tell me what were its uses, strengths and instructions for use? I lost my instruction pamphlet. Perhaps you have an old pamphlet or pdf file? Anyway, can I use YBF Private Reserve with it, and what settings are for tightening saggy skin? Please help. Thanks in advance.

  • January 22, 2015

    by Steph

    Congrats. So great that you are going to all this trouble with proper trials. We like those :)).

    Are any measurements also being taken of fat under the skin please? I really like the idea of ultrasound for many reasons, but the fat thing is my biggest caution - ultrasound can apparently cause loss of youthful subcutaneous fat. Of course for a few people reduction of fat in some spots could be a positive effect, but for most over 40 it would be negative, and because it's likely to be permanent it really matters to understand this clearly. Any insights or info about this please?

    Could sub-cutaneous fat measurements be taken for the remainder of the trial, so as to be confident about any effect/lack of effect for long-term use?

    Also, what are the trial protocols please? How are the subjects using Lux Renew exactly, and what serums/creams are they using with it, if any?

    Thank you muchly :)

  • January 22, 2015

    by Marta

    Hi Maryann, I'm not sure which of the prototypes you have, but there is no green LED light or ionic in the new device.

  • January 22, 2015

    by Chris

    Thank you for all of the research you do! Just wondered if there will be another upgrade to the Truth Vitality Lux Renew that will included the green LED. I missed the opportunity to buy the previous prototype and was interested in a device that would help fade age spots and freckles. Thanks for your advice!

  • January 22, 2015

    by Maryann

    Hi Marta,
    Love this website and the wealth of information you provide for us all! I love the products I have tried and appreciate the specials you offer that make the products more affordable! I have the original ultra renew device.
    Question: I know the Truth Vitality Lux Renew is FDA approved, and I have the original (and the latest, I forge the whole name) Ultra Renew device. What is the difference between the old and the new?
    Thank you Maryann

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