We Try Tria's Skin Perfecting Blue Light5:07 PM
I currently get a bit embarrassed by how easily my face breaks out -- at age 33. I often find myself choosing between wearing makeup and looking good OR not wearing makeup and keeping my skin healthy. I was eager to try blue light acne treatment because I remember how well it worked for patients that were seen in a dermatology clinic I worked in ten years ago. I also know that it is very expensive to have done in a clinical setting; I was excited to see how it would do for me at home via the Tria product.
Over the next few weeks, I'll be trying Tria to see if it can help me achieve a clear complexion. I have already used it for a week, and I can say for sure that it is an easy product to incorporate into my routine. I hate using multi-step products, and this literally takes just 2.5 minutes in the morning and night to give me the edge over acne and breakouts.
I will be washing my face as usual, then finishing off with the Tria. I have also used it a few times on a few spots on my back and shoulders (with my husband's help to reach) and have been pleased with the results so far.
(For those of you who are not familiar with blue light treatment, it's safe, and this product is FDA-approved. I exercise caution to follow the directions, exactly, however. I would also not use this product for children under age 13.)
Get more details on the Tria product at their website. I'll be back soon with the results of how it has been working for me!
*I wrote this review while participating in a campaign by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of Tria and received a Tria Skin Perfecting Blue Light product sample to facilitate my review.