These Are the Exact LED Masks Inside Kim Kardashian's SKIMS-Wrapped Presents

She used the same setup to recover from her holiday party.

Kim Kardashian
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Christmas is over, which means it's time for New Year's prep and a lot of de-puffing. And red light therapy, if you're Kim Kardashian or one of the multitude of her loved ones gifted a luxe LED light setup of their own this year.

After her faux snow-filled Christmas eve party and Christmas day festivities drew to a close on Monday, December 25, the 43-year-old took to Instagram to share her post-holiday beauty routine, which included some products she deemed worthy of gifting in those viral SKIMS-wrapped packages. Her presents of choice? LED light therapy masks for the face, neck, and hands courtesy of the brands CurrentBody and Omnilux.

"You can find me right here... Face, neck and hand red lights for the win!" wrote Kardashian via her Instagram Stories on Monday night. "I'm obsessed with these I gave them as gifts this year."

The reality star chose to include the hashtag "not an ad"—proof that she's all about these products on her own accord. She also thanked her friend Natalie for taking the "sneaky pic." Can't a woman enjoy full-body light therapy without the paparazzi popping in?

Kim Kardashian Red Light Therapy

(Image credit: @kimkardashian on Instagram)

At-home LED therapy, whether you're covering your whole body or targeting one area, is not nearly as strong as an in-office treatment. Still, there are plenty of pros to choosing an at-home device—even if your home isn't a snow-covered minimalist palace in Calabasas. Omnilux's list of clinically proven benefits includes an improved appearance in sunspots, pigmentation, wrinkles, dry skin, and skin tone, reduced inflammation, and healthier, younger-looking skin. Meanwhile, CurrentBody says 95 percent of their users have seen improved skin tone, texture, and firmness. If you need proof, just look at the loungewear mogul's face... and hands... and décolleté.

It should also be said that Kardashian chose her products well: Omnilux and CurrentBody are both featured on our list of the best LED masks for light therapy at home. You can shop the selections below.

Sophia Vilensky
Freelance Writer

Sophia Vilensky is a Freelance Beauty Writer at Marie Claire with a beauty, wellness, and entertainment journalism portfolio that includes contributions to Byrdie, Bravo, Teen Vogue, and Us Weekly. Growing up in a family of beauticians—and through her own personal studies—she developed an in-depth understanding of aesthetics, cosmetic product formulation, and beauty treatment development and has also held roles as a senior copywriter, content strategist, and proofreader for top beauty and wellness brands. Even so, you'd be hard pressed to find her with her hair and makeup actually done. Sophia is based in Minneapolis and is a 2019 graduate of the University of Minnesota, where she majored in English and minored in cinema studies. During her time at the university, she was the Arts & Entertainment Editor for the Minnesota Daily, earning the 2019 Editor of the Year award for her work. She connected deeply with the Twin Cities arts scene, collaborating with leading beauty professionals, designers, and artists. Graduating Summa Cum Laude, her thesis—a close-reading of Vanderpump Rules—was featured on NPR. When not immersed in writing or testing new products, Sophia enjoys watching reality TV, reading, and exploring the newest woo-woo wellness trends. Keep up with her on Instagram @sophiavilensky.