If you have ACNE, welcome to the Holy Grail of beauty products.
I was really skeptical it would work for me, because the only thing that's ever worked on my skin is dermatologist prescribed topical creams or peels. Well, hey, I thought I'd give it a shot. Background: I have very fair, combo oily/dry skin with mild to medium breakouts and scarring. I'm 25 years old. Not sure if that matters, but everyone else seemed a little more mature in their reviews.
Red filter- Used it once so far. I noticed that my skin looked less red and splotchy afterwards. Plan to use it again.
Green filter- Honestly... It says it's for hyperpigmentation, but I didn't notice any difference. Used it once. Maybe that's the problem.
Blue filter- UN-FREAKING-REAL. I actually can't believe it. It worked the very first time and I can't stop using it. Like I said, I have mild to medium breakouts depending on how much I sweat working out, time of month, etc. and this stopped my zits after 1 use. The day this delivered, I had a huge zit forming on my nose- it really hurt to touch it and it was swollen. I used the blue filter exactly like the directions said, and it was LITERALLY GONE. I mean, gone. The spot where it was became flat, all the redness was gone and it didn't hurt at all. I thought to myself, "Wait until the morning and see if this actually worked." Still gone. I am not kidding. I've used it the most of all the lenses. I usually lay in bed and watch t.v. through my tanning-glasses-things (which I bought for $1.82 on Amazon for this, and you really need them) and use the tool.
The tool itself looks and feels a little cheap. You have to leave it plugged in while using it, but the cord it long enough that you could use it anywhere and be comfortable. It is really bright and you need the tanning-goggle-things. Don't go without, the light can be really annoying and I get paranoid about burning something into my cornea.
So, in closing, if acne is your main problem, save up for your cash and get this. You will not regret it. If you're looking for aging/hyperpigmentation help, you might want to stick to the dermatologist's office.