QVC OFFER: LightStim For Wrinkles Mini £82.74

QVC LightStim For Wrinkles Mini £82.74

A year down the line, and I still get emails asking about the ‘LightStim for Wrinkles’ device I trialled during a particularly horrible period in my life when I suffered from an awful allergic skin reaction to a citrus essential oil.

I’m a huge fan, because LightStim plumped up my severely creased and dehydrated neck area – which is what I was left with when the hives healed and it also evened out my skin tone. Here are the (rather graphic) photos from the original review to prove my point.

The red marks from the scarring gradually faded completely, although they do reappear if I become too hot or stressed – and nothing stresses me more than a hot flush! I guess once you suffer from an allergy, it never really leaves your body and lays dormant until an event triggers it off again.

My neck area is still good though and I use the LightStim device at least once a week. One of the things people always ask about this blog and my trialling of various anti-ageing gadgets, is isn’t it really time consuming? The answer is YES! But when you begin to see actual results, suddenly it’s not such a chore, because you know it’s really working.

I do appreciate that the cost of the full size version of LightStim which is £249.00, might be not be financially viable for everyone. However, on 10th November, LightStim is launching a smaller version of its (award-winning) LightStim for Wrinkles device on QVC for a much more affordable £82.74 (down from £91.00).


The smaller device boasts half the LED lights (36) compared to the bigger, original LightStim for Wrinkles, which has 72 lights. Although smaller in size, the Mini is as powerful as its big sister and contains four different colours of LED light – Amber, Light Red, Dark Red and Infrared – that will plump up the skin, leaving your complexion looking visibly younger and more radiant than ever.

LightStim for Wrinkles Mini is a ‘reset button for the skin’, allowing you to gradually and naturally restore the collagen and elastin levels in the skin, leaving the epidermis looking more plump and youthful.

In stark contrast to cosmetic procedures such as Botox and fillers that are temporary, LightStim treatments, loved by celebs such as Rosie Huntington-Whitely and Kate Beckinsale, work in harmony with the body and delivers lasting results.

When LightStim treatments are stopped, your skin will continue to look plump and youthful, of course keeping in mind that the normal ageing process will start taking its toll on the skin again. Your anti-ageing results can be maintained by continuing LightStim treatments just two-three times per week.


Just like plants, our skin and other body tissues have the ability to absorb light and convert it into energy. Plants can safely absorb light from the sun, but the sun emits harmful UV rays that can do more damage to our skin than good.

LightStim uses LED Light Therapy to deliver light energy in a similar way plants absorb light energy from the sun. LightStim emits beneficial, UV-free light rays that stimulate the body’s natural process to build new proteins and regenerate cells, increasing collagen and elastin levels in the skin.


Pre-review post – How LightStim works in more detail.
Updated review – Results!

It’s now on sale QVC link LightStim Mini


  1. October 1, 2015 / 4:39 pm

    This looks fantastic. I can’t believe how bad your neck was. You must have been in agony.You poor thing. I hope you sent them photos to the product maker and they compensated you.
    Does this work on your face and around the eye area Anne-Marie?
    I have recently been trying out a few skin care samples and suffered a big reaction to one and this has left me with dried scaley skin all around my mouth and eyes. This is why i’m asking. That is so true about skin allergies re-appearing. This scaley skin around my mouth and eyes has occured before and it also comes back when i get stressed too. It isn’t a good look on my face and no amount of makeup can hide it. Makeup in face, makes the situation worse. Thanks for this post. I will look out for it on QVC.

    • October 1, 2015 / 5:12 pm

      Hi Mandy,

      The itching was the worst part, I wanted to tear my neck off! It’s true when I say that it got much worse before it got better. I have some really disturbing photos – I took a photo every day for 3 months, I was desperate to see any improvement from day to day

      Nope, DECLÉOR wouldn’t take any responsibility. It was handed to me as a sample from a stand and of course I threw it away afterwards. I didn’t have any proof (apart from my neck!) that the oil caused the problem.

      Of course, now I’ve found out that mandarin oil (it was DECLÉOR Aromessence Mandarine Smoothing Super Serum) can be and I quote “irritating to any skin, but particularly a sensitive skin” so I try to avoid anything with citrus – food drink or products.

      I feel for you Mandy. Estee Lauder Double Wear Stay-in-Place Flawless Wear Concealer (I think there’s a review on here) was the only product to cover it, you might want to try it. Useless for under eyes, too cakey, but amazing patted onto my neck.

      It will work around the eyes near the temples, but only if you’re diligent and it will take time. Because I used it mostly on my neck, I didn’t always have time to do my face.

      £249 is a hefty amount, but £75 (no batteries and it lasts forever) is much more doable.

      • October 1, 2015 / 5:42 pm

        Thanks for that. I will steer clear of them oils for sure. I have been trying to find a fab eye cream that targets.lines and the only amazing one I’ve found is Chanel Sublimated let yeux. Which costs an absolute fortune but it does really work on crepiness around the eye. While trying out a few. I got a horrible reaction but I had also had a really awful week in work and was super stressed. Therefore, I’m not sure if it was due to any creams used. Sadly, still struggling to find a reasonably priced eye cream that actually works lol 😀

          • October 1, 2015 / 6:52 pm

            Exactly. It does work though and the other good one is equally as expensive and that’s creme de La mer

  2. tracy ashe
    October 2, 2015 / 10:49 pm

    How do I buy a lightstim mini please?

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