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This LED bed uses NASA technology to improve your skin

Forget all the creams, masks, and peels. The LightStim LED Bed ($65,000) invites you to take a nap on a bed of therapeutic lights that, if the manufacturer's claims are true, can kill acne and reduce wrinkles from head to toe. Developed by Dangene, a New York-based clinic that also calls itself the Institute of Skinovation, the bed is the first of its kind to be cleared by the FDA as safe for use. Like Dangene's more affordable LED wands, it uses a NASA technology developed to stimulate the healing of wounds. Non-purchasers can enjoy time on the bed at $300 for a 40-minute session.