- Product Dimensions: 3.3 x 5.2 x 16.1 cm ; 54.4 g
- 1 AAA batteries required.
- Item model number: 070501101315
- ASIN: B0719SV6VB
- Date first available at Amazon.in: 17 August 2017
- Customer Reviews: 472 customer ratings
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#91,845 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
- #4973 in Face Masks
Neutrogena Light Therapy Acne Spot Treatment
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- Harmless elements used
- Acne Spot Treatment
- Skin friendly
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Fair warning- you need patience to keep holding the device for 2 min. And make sure you don't shine it in your eyes by mistake.
Will update if notice anything else about it.
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Its red and blue light is effective.
Faster pimple healing by far.
Best results if you can catch problem before it turns into a significant pimple. (I get a clue by feeling a little pain in an area, or a little redness before appearance sometimes, and I treat those indicators with good success)
On existing large pimples it does help it resolve faster, but not as fast as catching them early.
I tried a LightStim device before this. Unfortunately, LightStim triggered wicked migraines if I even caught the merest of glimpse of the edge of the light with my eye. Nothing could effectively shield my eyes to not allow the migraine to be triggered. So I had to send it back. Was a real pity, because it was a larger device covering more area and it worked on standard electricity rather than battery power. In contrast, this tiny device, which I expected to not work at all, does work, and also does NOT trigger my migraines even if I accidentally see a bit of the light for a moment. While there is the obvious difference in number of LEDs between these devices, there's also a "lip" around the edge of the Neutragena light. The plastic lip contacts your skin but the light is held just s smidge above that edge. That lip prevents a great deal of light escaping out the sides. You still see a "glow" through your skin - but the Lightstim device had no lip and therefore it was pure LED light if you glimpsed it while in use. (And there was no way to avoid seeing the LightStim light if you used it on a cheek for example. ) This Neutragena device is a little too small to be used for prevention very effectively - but the larger device would have been much better for that purpose. Why don't I buy the Neutragena mask? Lights too close to my eyes will likely be a problem again.)
This Neutragena device has an issue - it will report any battery, new or old, alkaline or rechargable - as dead when it is not. I can get anywhere from 1 to 4 two-minute sessions when suddenly it will beep three times indicating the battery is flat. At first, I believed it was accurate and kept changing batteries. But then it happened quicker and quicker on new batteries. So I ordered a set of rechargeable Enloopes here on Amazon. It keeps telling me even those are dead too. They are not. Here's the oddest part --- if the device tells me the battery is dead by beeping 3 times when I try to turn it on, I can let the device alone for maybe 5 minutes. Then it will work again ... and ... fail again. Another five minutes, it works again, then fails again.
So, all those folks who think it is eating batteries --- maybe it is like mine where the battery is not dead, but the device is faulty.
I am debating over buying another just to see if it works better regarding power consumption - or another brand of device entirely. For sake of clarity, 10 minutes per day of mid-day sun on my bare face keeps me completely clear of breakouts better than anything else (as long as I continue my usual skin care routine that also prevents acne). As winter came, the UV rays that create that benefit are not available. So this was my "get me through winter" without breakouts effort. (Moderate - a mix of types - some cysts mostly other inflammatory types) Light, whether UVB or this red/blue LED combination, is extremely effective for me. The sun never triggers my migraines though.
(Please don't comment to me about the dangers of the sun. I'm aware.)