Strange Lights in the Sky: How UFO Uses RGB LED Technology

January 11, 2018 • Live Well / Innovation

The Future is Bright Light


It’s a bird, it’s a plane….no wait…it’s UFO. If your head is stuck in the clouds and you haven’t yet discovered the latest mask technology to reach planet earth, we’re here to help.


UFO, the world’s most sophisticated smart mask, features enhanced Hyper-Infusion Technology and full-spectrum LED light therapy – when paired with UFO Activated Masks, it gives you a professional-level skincare experience in seconds.


Unlike any other smart mask in the world, UFO uses red, green and blue LED technology to completely rejuvenate skin. LED stands for light-emitting diode – it works by emitting infrared lights (which produce heat) in different wavelengths or spectrums and each possess different skincare benefits.


So what exactly is so special about RGB LED technology? We’re here to shed some light.



Red LED is ideal if you’re looking to add a touch of youth to your skin. The benefits of red LED light range from erasing signs of aging, promoting circulation to stimulating collagen production. I mean, who would say no to more collagen?




Green LED can give you the glow you’ve always dreamed of as it helps brighten a dull complexion and even out your skin tone. Combined with UFO-Activated masks, there will be no stopping your road to perfect skin.



Blue LED is the cure for acne-causing bacteria as it kills and destroys harmful bacteria on the skin all while stimulating blood circulation. Similar to ESPADA by FOREO, the blue LED found in UFO works to heal acne prone skin.


There’s so much more to UFO’s LED technology than pretty lights, but if you want to see for yourself, check out the kickstarter page!


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Born and bred in Buffalo, New York, Mollie is a self-diagnosed coffee addict who loves exploring new places and taking selfies with her dog Archie.

4 responses to “Strange Lights in the Sky: How UFO Uses RGB LED Technology”

  1. Amanda says:

    I’m really interested in the UFO, especially since it uses LED Light Therapy. I’ve been wanting a red light device for awhile now, and I’m wondering if the UFO could be it! I’m just concerned that with a 90 second routine, the exposure to the LED light isn’t long enough to really be effective. Can the UFO be used as a primary light therapy device, or are the LEDs just a little add on?

    • katiesteadman says:

      Hi Amanda! Each UFO smart mask treatment integrates the optimal LED light wavelength (red, green, and/or blue) to enhance the benefits of each mask formula. If you’re keen on red LED light in particular, then the Call It a Night formula might be the one for you! It combines ginseng, olive oil, and red LED light to nourish and revitalize skin.

  2. Sam says:

    The app is not letting my customise the settings ie heat level, color of LED light. I can only select the treatment by masks. This was advertised otherwise.

    • katiesteadman says:

      Hi Sam, so sorry for this confusion. When the Kickstarter campaign was launched, UFO was still in the early stages of development, so a few things have changed along the way. We wanted to offer the most effective at-home facial treatments possible, so we created the optimal combination of UFO technologies for your specific skincare concerns in combination with premium Korean mask formulas. Give it a try and let us know what you think!

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