For the past month I have been trying to get a clear complexion. I heard of the latest technology in blue light therapy and knew this was something I would love to try. I’ve suffered from horrible acne flare ups since I was a kid, and while I don’t have extreme acne problems, I do have problem areas that just don’t look great. My “spot” is not the infamous T-Zone, but rather my chin. An aesthetician once told me that chin flare ups have to do with hormonal imbalance. This is interesting since I don’t have acne when I am pregnant. You would think that my skin would get worse, but in fact it looks so much better when I’m pregnant. My husband doesn’t think this is a reason to keep having babies, especially since I make a horrible pregnant person, so I have to find other alternatives for dealing with breakouts.
I gave Tria Blue Light therapy a try. After trying acne treatment after acne treatment throughout the years, I decided that the harsh chemicals just weren’t for me. They would clear up my acne but leave me with painfully dry skin. While Tria didn’t necessarily prevent flare ups from happening, I do believe that it kept my break outs from being worse than what they were. It also shortened the duration of breakouts. I can’t say that Tria is a miracle that left me with picture perfect clear skin, but I can say that there was a noticeable difference in the severity and redness of my breakouts. The best part about this treatment was that I didn’t have to go to a dermatologist, nor did I use harsh acne creams on my skin.
Treatment takes only a few minutes each day and can be done while you are watching TV. It is suppose to eliminate acne with the skin perfecting blue light and has been cleared by the FDA to be safe and effective. You can find out more information and purchase the Skin Perfecting Blue Light for $245 by visiting Tria Beauty.
I wrote this review while participating in a campaign by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of Tria and received aTria Skin Perfecting Blue Light product sample to facilitate my review.