The Tria Blue Light Acne Clearing Device | Sephora

Shop Tria at Sephora: http://seph.me/1pNuDai What it is: A revolutionary hand-held acne device that brings the effective, therapeutic power of blue light acn…
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6 Responses to The Tria Blue Light Acne Clearing Device | Sephora

  • libertine40 says:

    Ultraviolet light does in fact kill skin surface bacteria. There a myriad
    of patents on UV Therapy. It’s got a 95% to 99.9% efficacy! What’s
    interesting is that it’s been around since the late 1800s. European
    governments adopted it then – been using it for over a century. And, as
    usual, we’re behind. Just like oxygen therapy. There used to be oxygen bars
    back then too! LoL. 

  • Ramata says:

    Commercial not effective. Show us exactly how it works on people with acne.
    Using people with perfect skin is useless. Did that person have acne while
    doing the commercial? She looked like a model. They all do. Spend your
    money where you mouth says. 

  • JohannaJensen says:

    WHY DO THEY ALWAYS HAVE GIRLS WITH NOO ACNE AND PERFECT SKIN IN ACNE SKIN
    COMMERCIALS 

  • Amanda B says:

    Sounds promising but the reviews will be the proof in the pudding!

  • Habs Girl says:

    does this really work ??? has anyone who suffers from hormonal acne have
    great results with it ?

  • OmgItsJulie says:

    At home laser treatments feel like a flashlight to my face. 

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