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Monday, August 25, 2008

Review: Thermaclear


Thermaclear ($149.95)

Heat Enabled Acne Treatment
What it is:
A heat-enabled blemish clearing skincare tool for mild to moderate acne.

What it does:
The Thermaclear Heat Enabled Acne Treatment treats in seconds, clears in days. The easy to use handheld ThermaClear device delivers a safe, controlled burst of heat that neutralizes pimple-causing bacteria at the source. It's clinically proven to be safe and effective, clearing pimples up to 4 times faster than those not treated with ThermaClear. Simply apply to each pimple as you notice it forming. And the best part? Treatment time is only 2 seconds per pimple.

What else you need to know:
When considering if ThermaClear is right for you, keep in mind that mild acne is defined as several inflamed (red) pimples, while moderate acne is many inflamed pimples and pustules (elevation of skin that is filled with pus). Theraclear should not be used by those with severe nodular or cystic acne and it is not for use on blackheads and whiteheads. Clearer skin can be yours quickly and easily, but for safety and best results be sure to read and understand the booklet that comes with your ThermaClear device.

-Not for use on skin lesions such as moles, warts, or ingrown hairs, or on irritated skin or skin with open sores.
-Not for use on skin that is sensitive to heat, sun or chemicals, as the device utilizes a heated pulse to treat pimples.
-In case of adverse reaction, discontinue use and contact your doctor or dermatologist.
-Do not use when ThermaClear is wet.
-Do not use if tip of device is damaged or broken. Do not attempt to repair a broken device.
-Do not store near a heat source or in direct sunlight as these may damage the device.
-Not for use with rechargeable batteries. Only fresh, high-quality alkaline AA batteries should be used.
-Avoid contact with eyes.
-Keep out of reach of children.

I personally thought that this hurt and didn't get rid of zits. I don't recommend it. For whatever reason, these "devices" seem less effective than traditional zit creams, IMO. But, if you want to try it (possibly the most expensive zit treatment around) be my guest.

2 comments:

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Anonymous said...

Thanks, will buy for my friend, just very moderate acne. she was in France and girls were zapping their zits in the Bathroom, Intelligent Beauty Blog,for all of you out there that share the high of a new and great product, Thanks Vermont Girl

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