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Do Touchless Beauty Treatments Work?

With a bevvy of new touchless skincare technologies on the market – and with everyone still likely a little wary of ultra-close contact – you may be looking to take a more distanced approach to your skincare treatments.

But do these hands-off options really work? And are they worth the investment? Here’s what we found out.

What Are Touchless Treatments?

There are many popular touchless beauty treatments available today. These include:


First, there’s a treatment called VEMI, or vibroacoustic, electromagnetic, and infrared therapy. This treatment is supposed to remove EMF from the body.

EMF, or electrosmog, is radiation that’s emitted from technology, and it’s been shown to disrupt cells and membranes after consistent exposure.

VEMI is supposed to stop this disruption and put the body into a state of rest – something we can all use.

Prism Light Pod

This touchless treatment is supposed to use red light therapy to:

  • Accelerate healing
  • Soothe skin
  • Encourage collagen production
  • Restore homeostasis
  • Heal mitochondria – the energy powerhouse – within cells

What Can You Expect Before, During, and After Treatment?

The good news? These treatments don’t require any preparation or aftercare, and they’re totally pain-free. During a VEMI treatment, you simply lay down and relax. If you’re doing light therapy, you dohave to remove your clothes and wear eye protection, but that’s about it.

What Are the Benefits of Touchless Treatments?

Believe it or not, there’s actually science to back up these treatments. By reducing static electromagnetic frequencies, VEMI actually puts the body into parasympathetic rest for 8-12 hours. This truly promotes healing and relaxation.

Similarly, studies show that light therapy, “demonstrate[s] significant results for the treatment of medical conditions, including mild-to-moderate acne vulgaris, wound healing, psoriasis, squamous cell carcinoma in situ (Bowen’s disease), basal cell carcinoma, actinic keratosis, and cosmetic applications.”

In other words, it does what it claims to – without nasty side-effects.