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Truth Vitality Lux Renew with LED and Ultrasound

by Truth In Aging

FDA-cleared to treat facial wrinkles and acne

Truth Vitality Lux Renew with LED and ultrasound
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Truth Vitality Lux Renew is FDA-cleared for the treatment of facial wrinkles and acne. It is a handheld at-home device combining ultrasound technology with red and blue LED light therapy. Lux Renew safely delivers anti-aging treatments to help firm and smooth skin.

Ultrasound: There are five ultrasound settings. As the ultrasound waves pass from the treatment head into the skin, they prompt the vibration of the surrounding tissues, particularly those that contain collagen (note: you will not feel any vibration or tingling). Ultrasound improves the skin’s elasticity and firmness.  

Red LED Light: Red light wavelengths improve the skin’s barrier function and enhance the skin’s ability to generate new collagen, helping to reduce wrinkles, rosacea, and broken veins. By targeting water layers on elastin, facial wrinkle levels can be significantly reduced.

Blue LED Light: Blue light wavelengths penetrate the skin and produce singlet oxygen, which destroys acne-causing bacteria.

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Truth Vitality Lux Renew: Clinical Data

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

Impressive numbers indeed, but as they say, a picture is worth a thousand words!

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.

Periorbital Lines

lux renew clinical trial, before and after

Eleven Lines

lux renew clinical trial, before and after

Marionette Lines

lux renew clinical trial, before and after

Check out the full results of our 12-week trial in this article.

From Marta:

I am proud to announce that Truth In Aging has launched the first FDA-cleared beauty device with ultrasound, red LED, and blue LED therapy. Truth Vitality Lux Renew is a handheld device that unites ultrasound technology with red and blue LED light therapy, offering a revolutionary combination of at-home anti-aging treatments. Lux Renew is the only multi-functional device equipped with ultrasound and LED technology that has been approved by the FDA. Developed by Truth In Aging to address the skin care needs of its highly engaged community, Lux Renew is designed to safely deliver advanced anti-aging treatments from the comfort of home. FDA-cleared for treating facial lines and acne, Lux Renew has demonstrated visible results of clear, smooth, and firm skin with regular use. Effective on the face and neck, Lux Renew is suitable for all skin types and tones. Lux Renew’s three modes of operation can be used sequentially (but not simultaneously) to target different skin care concerns:
  • Ultrasound improves the skin’s elasticity and firmness by stimulating collagen in the tissues.

  • Red LED light wavelengths target water layers on elastin and improve the skin’s barrier function, helping to reduce wrinkles, rosacea and broken veins.

  • Blue LED light wavelengths penetrate the skin and produce singlet oxygen, which destroys acne-causing bacteria.

  • For more information on the technology behind Lux Renew, refer to Truth In Aging’s articles on therapeutic LED light and ultrasound.

    Quick User Guide:

  • Use on a clean, dry face without makeup.

  • Connect the handpiece to the power adaptor and plug into a power outlet.

  • The Ultrasonic mode and the LED modes cannot be used at the same time, however, they may be used consecutively.

  • A water-based, topical gel or serum must be used with Ultrasonic mode to ensure  conductivity. It is recommended that the water-based gel be applied to the thickness of a face mask

  • In Ultrasonic mode, the bars on the LCD display indicate the level of intensity. Start with the first level and increase if it is comfortable for you.

  • There are two LED lights: red = anti-wrinkle and acne treatment; blue = acne treatment. When using the LED mode, choose the setting accordingly. Note: LED does not require a water-based serum or gel.

  • The device will automatically switch off after 19 minutes. If you wish to continue your session after the 19 minutes, you must switch it back on.

  • For a shorter session, you can adjust the time. With your Lux Renew switched on, press MODE repeatedly to select Time in the display (it will flash). When Time is flashing, press SHIFT repeatedly to adjust to the time of your choice .

  • After use, a soft cloth should be used to wipe the device clean. Do not use water, chemical cleanser or dish detergent.

  • Precautions: Do NOT use Truth Vitality Lux Renew if you are pregnant or if you have an overactive thyroid. Specifications: Ultrasonic frequency: 3 MHz +/- 5% Red LED: 650nm Blue LED: 415nm Adapter input power: AC 100-120V Adapter output power: 15V, 400mA The Truth Vitality Lux Renew comes equipped with a US power adapter (AC 100-240V). This voltage is compatible worldwide, but international customers will need to purchase a local adapter from their local hardware store to use outside of the US. Warranty: 1-Year Repair Guarantee: In the event that your Truth Vitality Lux Renew develops a fault within 12 months of purchase, please contact us.

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    Our Take...

    I am proud to announce that Truth In Aging has launched the first FDA-cleared beauty device with ultrasound, red LED, and blue LED therapy. Truth Vitality Lux Renew ($279 in the TIA shop) is a handheld device that unites ultrasound technology with red and blue LED light therapy, offering a revolutionary... Read Full Article

    Your Take...

    • Hi Sylvie, thanks for the clarification. We have reviewed the Dermawand and you can read about it here: or find the article by typing Dermawand (one word) into our search tool at the top right of every page. It uses a different technology (radio frequency) that I didn't find effective during my test.

    • So sorry, I mispelled the name. It is Derma Wand. I am new with these machinses. Do not have a fortune to spend but at 60 I feel the need to do more than just creams and serum.

      Thank you so much for your reply!

    • Hi Sylvie, I am not familiar with a Magic Wand device. Can you post a link. I know about the LiftFusion Magic Wand and it is just a serum dispenser.

    • Hello Martha,
      I am wondering how good is the Magic Wand? Compared to the Truth Vitality Lux Renew with LED and Ultrasound? The prices are quiet different!

      Thank you for your reply.

    • Hi Clara, you can use both LED and ultrasound on the periorbital lines around the eyes, eg crow's feet and under the eyes. It is not advisable to use the device on the eyelids, although you can use the ultrasound on the brow bone just above the lids to help get a lift.

    • How do I improve the periorbital lines (upper and lower eyes) using the original Lux Renew? Would the red light be okay to use over the eyes? Please advise. Thanks.

    • Hi Lora, first let me say that I have not tried the JeNu. It is positioned by the manufacturer as an "infuser" - this means that its role is to help products (ie the serum they sell along with it) to penetrate the skin. It does not claim to have waves that penetrate the skin to the cellular level where collagen is produced. There are no claims that it is firming. The JeNu does not give information on how many Mhz it is. Nor does it appear to be FDA cleared. Regarding the microcurrent versus ultrasound question, that's a toughie because both work to firm and they work in different ways and so are complimentary (I use both). But if you could only choose one, make it ultrasound.

    • greetings Marta, i've a question before i order. i have read , i thought! the difference between micro current & ultrasound. my concern is sagging, firming, lifting . i planned ordering device on first march until i read a review on FabOverFifty regarding the JeNu ultrasound device used & reviewed by founder of site Geri. i know it is not at all as the TIA site that i depend on for full truth. i value your opinion highly regarding this field. could you read a bit about the JeNu & tell me which would be better at lifting skin ? i do not fully understand which is more powerful, etc. also, if i read correctly regarding your micro current device that is the one best for sagging jawline etc over ultrasound? i simply am limited on budget & need to do my wisest in which to purchase! thank you so much

    • Hello! I was wondering if I understand correctly that it is an option to use the goggles with the red LED as vs must use with the blue. I used the goggles and they left a deep red area under both my eyes. I am hoping that it goes away as I have enough problems with bags, etc! I am hesitant to put them on again.

      Thanks in advance for your reply.

    • Marta,

      Just used this product for the first time. I used both the LED (red) for wrinkles and ultrasonic for sagging jaw line.

      I'd like to know if I am using it correctly.

      When I use the ultrasonic, I don't feel anything. I've had Thermage before and it was painful but worked. So I expected some pain. But I felt absolutely nothing. Does that mean it IS or IS NOT working.

      I am also unsure about the gel I am using and whether it is conductive. It should be as it is water-based aloe vera and mask-thick.

      As for the LED (red), even with the goggles on, I could see the light. Is that okay?

      One last question: The instructions guide says the LED (red) can be used in between the brows, where I have deep lines. However, I can't figure out how that is possible if one is wearing the goggles at the time.

    • Hi Kitty, the FDA did not find "an issue" with the prototype device. There were two hurdles that we had to cross. The first was that the engineering requirements are very stringent and we had to create a device that met them. The second is that there needs to be clinical evidence of the efficacy of all functionality. This did not exist for the green light or ionic modes and until such evidence is available those functionalities are not FDA cleared and so we could not include them in the new device. If your device is working well then I am pleased that you had the chance to get a prototype for a good price.

    • I have the ultra renew plus and gave the first one (original) to my daughter. My concern is that the ultra is not good or something dangerous. Like others in this pistol should I throw it away? It's disheartening to purchase a machine with rave reviews and find out it's no longer for sale because the FDA found an issue with it. I see the concerns re such questions have yet to be answered.

    • 5 stars 5 out of 5

      Bought this about a year ago and have it beside my bed. Wash my face, moisturize and use this for two 19 minute cessions. Love the results. Glad I made the purchase.

    • Marta, thanks so much for answering my question. I feel much better about my Ultra machine now. Thanks for the prompt reply!

    • Hi Kimberly, the new device, the Truth Vitality Lux Renew, has been cleared by the FDA. This process required tweaks to the engineering and functionality changes that the Ultra Renew Plus didn't have. The Ultra Renew Plus was a prototype for the new device and I am pleased that you were able to get one and have been enjoying it. There's no reason to change if your device is working well. The reason why we discontinued it is because such devices require FDA approval and that has been conferred to the new device.

    • 5 stars 5 out of 5

      I like my Ultra Renew PLUS machine, but I am on a budget, and can't purchase a "new and improved" machine every time one comes out. So what I want to know, should I throw my Ultra Renew Plus out in the trash? I see you don't carry it. Does that mean it didn't work and there is no reason to continue its use? This depresses me when I spend that kind of money, and then several months later, see that it isn't even carried anymore. It sure doesn't inspire my confidence in buying one of these ever again.

      Please answer any of my concerns that you can, thanking you in advance. And thanks TIA, I learned most of what I know about skin care from you! Merry Xmas

    • Hi Sandra, you are right to be concerned as there is some research regarding blue light and the eyes (red light is fine). That is why we do caution that users wear goggles. Our goggles were FDA approved.

    • The more I read, the more I'm concerned about the blue light on these things damaging my eyes, especially with how often I use my Truth Renew Plus. Coupled with the fact that the goggles included with my device seem to not block very much light at all, I'm doubly concerned. Perhaps this is exactly why the FDA required the blue light to be closer to violet.

      Sorry, I wanted to leave a comment under 'comments' but the form isn't available to do so.

    • I purchased the previous device, the "Truth Renew PLUS Ultrasonic LED" which is almost the same but lacks the FDA seal (not important to me). I've only been using it a few weeks but already I can see a difference! The other part of doing business with TIA is that the customer service department is OUTSTANDING! I had some questions about my device & Preksha answered them all--detailed, fast, courteous and knowledgeable.
      With such a big investment, it was great knowing that the company stands solidly behind their products.
      Thank you!
      Ann H.

    • How is this different from the Truth Renew Plus?

    • I had done research on this product and I want to try it at home rather than going to medical spas and pay hundreds for one single treatment.

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    • January 13, 2015

      by Lisa

      Hi Marta:

      I am shopping for a good at home LED device I have narrowed it down between the Truth Vitality Lux Renew and the Baby Quasar. Can you tell me what the differences are? I am most concerned with my marrionetee lines that are getting deeper by the day! I need something fairly powerful to impact. Of course, I am not looking to have them be compeltely gone, but want them to deminish. I am seriously thinking of injections down the road and want a good device to help prolong the effects

      Anyway, just looking for an expert to give me some advice! Would appreciate if you could let me know your thoughts! I am not concerned about spending the money on the Baby Quasar. But if your device is a powerful then i would certainly get it!



    • December 14, 2014

      by Jennifer

      Hi Marta --

      I recently bought your Truth Renew Plus. I am curious why you discontinued it so soon, and how it differs from the Truth Vitality Lux.

      Thank you!

    • November 18, 2014

      by PH

      Hi Marta,
      I have the Quaser MD Plus, which I love, so I'm not looking for more LED. What I am interested in is the Ultrasound, does it help with loose/sagging skin? I have been researching and found the HS-3026 2 MHz Ultrasound Facial Massager that is suppose to improve the facial skin. Do you know anything about this product?

      Thank you! :)

    • November 6, 2014

      by Eve

      How does the Truth Vitality Lux Renew compare to the Sirius Nova Advanced Rejuvenation System?

    • November 2, 2014

      by Marta Wohrle

      Hi Gillian, we are currently conducting clinical trials and will have before/afters by the end of the year.

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