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So using my routine I have lowered my breakout rate significantly, in fact, when I break out it consist of one or two pimples, that's it.
Knowing this I wanted a quick cure for specific pimples. I tried spot treatment creams and other topical creams, they worked but it took about 4 days for my individual pimples to go away completely.
I don't know how many people have looked into acne heat treatment, but I personally can vouch for its credibility. Zeno and Thermaclear are your two options. The science behind these instruments is, the bacterium that breaks down sebum, has a meltdown temperature. These heat treatment instruments deliver a "heat shock" which is a pre set temperature, to the infected pimple which causes the bacterium to self destruct. This self destruction allows your pimple to fade in as little as a day.
I would recommend heat therapy for individuals who have cleared at least 80% of their acne, because this is an one spot treatment, so it is not effective at curing acne as a whole, but should be used to a "on the spot" treatment.
Zeno Vs Thermaclear
Get Thermaclear. The price for the two are roughly the same, the difference is Zeno requires replacement heads after only 60 uses. These heads cost $30 a piece. Thermaclear's also cost about $30 however you only have to replace them once a year.
Some of the cons of heat therapy is you can't use it on white heads
Scars from existing acne
If you have sensitive skin it may burn a little
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