It has been a little over one month since I’ve been using the Tria Skin Perfecting Blue Light. As mentioned in my introductory post, I don’t experience serious breakouts; however there are areas, such as my forehead and chin that are at times problematic. For the last month or so I have concentrated my treatment on these areas. Sometimes I did the treatment twice per day (morning and evening) for 2.5 minutes or 5 minutes in the evening. After a week or two of using the Tria Skin Perfecting Blue Light device breakouts in the affected areas cleared up.
I know the Tria Skin Perfecting Blue Light device works because when I stopped using it, the same areas began to break out yet again.
One of the side effects Tria mentioned may happen was dry skin. Unfortunately, I was one of the people to experience. My suggestion is to stay hydrated from the inside by drinking lots of water, and using a good moisturizer. Another suggestion I have is to make sure, prior to using this device, your skin is dry. If your skin is the least bit damp the Tria Tria Skin Perfecting Blue Light will not glide easily over your face, it will skip around and tug, which isn’t good for your skin.
My only gripe with this device is the battery life. I hate that it does not hold its charge. After at least two days of using it twice per day, I have to recharge it. At one point the device stopped because the battery was dead right in the middle of my treatment. I hope Tria works on that.
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