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For people who suffer from acne, now there’s the chance to achieve clear, naturally radiant skin—with Tria Skin Perfecting Blue Light.
Most cleansers and lotions in the market nowadays use benzoyl peroxide to fight acne breakouts. Although used to reduce the abundance and severity of acne lesions for years, benzoyl peroxide can cause redness or irritation to the skin. Plus, studies have highlighted benzoyl peroxide as a possible carcinogenic agent. On the other hand, there are no nasty side effects with Tria Skin Perfecting Blue Light. Delivering effective doses in the shortest time to quickly clear breakouts, this devices packs more than 8 times the bacteria-destroying light energy of other like-minded products in existence.
Light energy treatment used to be the sole domain of office-based dermatologists. Not any longer. Now you can get the benefits of Blue Light without having to leave your home. And you can keep a naturally clear, luminous skin every day—and for good.
How To Use:
Tria Skin Perfecting Blue Light is the centerpiece of a three-step treatment regimen. It is used with the Skin Perfecting Foam Cleanser and the Skin Perfecting Serum. For optimal results, first clean your skin with the Foam Cleanser to remove all traces of makeup, lotion, sunscreen, and other skin products that may block the blue light. Then glide the Tria Blue Light over your face for 5 minutes every day, or 2 ½ minutes twice a day. You can treat the entire face or focus on the breakout-prone areas. Finish off the treatment with the Skin Perfecting Serum, which will take care of discoloration resulting from blemishes and boost overall skin health.More about Alana.
FAQ’s Tria Skin Perfecting Blue Light
How quickly can I expect to see results from using the Tria Skin Perfecting Blue Light?
When using the Tria Skin Perfecting Blue Light twice a day for a few minutes, users can expect to see significantly clearer skin within two weeks. After four weeks skin will look healthier, clearer, and more radiant.
Is the Tria Skin Perfecting Blue Light suitable to be used on skin that contains rosacea, acne scars, or other skin issues?
No. The Tria Skin Perfecting Blue Light should not be used on rosacea, warts, open sores, moles, cancerous lesions, or any other skin condition. The Blue Light is meant to be used on blemishes and acne.
Will the Tria Skin Perfecting Blue Light treat sun spots?
No. The Tria Skin Perfecting Blue Light will not get rid of sun spots, but the Tria Skin Perfecting Serum that is recommended for after Blue Light use contains Vitamin B, which can help rid the skin of sun spots.
Does the Tria Skin Perfecting Blue Light treat wrinkles or fine lines?
Although there are products within the Skin Perfecting System that can help the skin appear more healthy and glowing, the Blue Light device is created to treat mild to moderate inflammatory acne or breakouts.
What are the active ingredients used in the Tria Skin Perfecting System topical products?
The Tria Skin Perfecting Foam Cleanser includes main ingredients such as Glycolic Acid and Salicylic Acid that both work to clear pores and improve cell turnover.
The Tria Skin Perfecting Serum contains main ingredients such as Salicylic Acid, Retinyl Palmitate, Lipid-soluble vitamin C, and Black Tea Ferment. The serum includes antioxidants and various vitamins that work to sooth and nourish the skin while other main ingredients unclog pores, improve cell turnover, brighten discoloration, and calm irritation.
Can I use my own personal topical products with the Tria Blue Light?
Yes, you can use your own topical products when using the Tria Blue Light. However, the Tria Skin Perfecting topical products are specifically formulated to enhance the results of the Blue Light for clearer and more radiant skin. The Tria Skin Perfecting Foam Cleanser unclogs pores while the Tria Skin Perfecting Serum lightens discoloration caused by blemishes and soothes any skin irritation.
How long should I use the Tria Skin Perfecting Blue Light daily?
You should choose a treatment regimen that is convenient for your schedule. You can either treat the areas for five minutes once daily or divide the treatments into day and night, 2 ½ minutes per treatment.
Should I use the Tria Skin Perfecting Blue Light for five minutes on each part of my face?
You can either treat the areas of concern for five minutes each or treat the entire face for five minutes. You should consistently and evenly move the tip of the Blue Light over your face.
Do I need to use the square patches when using the Tria Skin Perfecting Blue Light?
The square patches that are enclosed are treatment guides. They can help you concentrate on specific areas. You can also use a painting method by evenly gliding the Tria Skin Perfecting Blue Light device over the entire face. To use the treatment guides, apply them to the area of skin you wish to treat. The cut-out square in the middle of the square is the treatment area. Once you have applied the treatment guides, simply glide the Blue Light over the area.
Does the Tria Skin Perfecting Blue Light need cartridges?
The Tria Skin perfecting Blue Light contains a 2-month cartridge that delivers the power to supply consistent and professional strength blue light to your device and to your skin. The cartridge supplies the device for 60 days or 300 minutes of treatment. The digital display will signal when it is time for a new cartridge.
Is it safe to use Benzoyl Peroxide while using the Tria Skin Perfecting Blue Light?
Yes. You can use Benzoyl Peroxide when using the Tria Blue Light but you may find that you do not need to. The Tria Blue Light device works very well and very quickly by combating the bacteria that causes acne at its source. The Blue Light clears up breakouts without the use of harmful or harsh ingredients and is not as irritating as leading acne treatments.
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