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RNIC2

Member Since 23 Nov 2012
Offline Last Active Jan 25 2014 10:47 PM

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In Topic: Deciding on a blue light product

10 December 2012 - 06:41 PM



I have  the Evis MD platinum blue light. It runs $200 on amazon, around $100 on ebay and I found mine at TJ maxx for $100. Don't need to buy replacement cartridges, just plug it in and go. I haven't been diligent enough to notice remarkable results though but most people that have give it good reviews Posted Image Blue light is for treating acne, red light is for anti-aging, supposed to help with wrinkles.

  i've been looking into buying one, not sure whether i want to take the chance in buying the such expensive product. do you know if its possible for it to cause an even worse breakout? if so, i'll look for similar products...

It definitely won't make your acne worse, if anything it just won't help at all. A better way of controlling bacteria causing acne is taking a probiotic, one with 30 billion organisms, pretty much cured my acne. I got my blue light at a big discount but it's not worth paying full price for.

I managed to land one for $29 on ebay! Im really hoping this helps... i've been on green tea and i see a difference since i started drinking it 2 weeks ago

In Topic: Deciding on a blue light product

05 December 2012 - 02:25 PM

I have the Evis MD platinum blue light. It runs $200 on amazon, around $100 on ebay and I found mine at TJ maxx for $100. Don't need to buy replacement cartridges, just plug it in and go. I haven't been diligent enough to notice remarkable results though but most people that have give it good reviews Posted Image Blue light is for treating acne, red light is for anti-aging, supposed to help with wrinkles.

i've been looking into buying one, not sure whether i want to take the chance in buying the such expensive product. do you know if its possible for it to cause an even worse breakout? if so, i'll look for similar products...

In Topic: Severe Cystic Acne? Please Help!

04 December 2012 - 09:00 PM

look into M2 cream! best thing i have ever come across, will make previous and possible acne scarring go away.