CONTEST OVER THANKS FOR PLAYING! So remember a

CONTEST OVER THANKS FOR PLAYING! So remember a few weeks back when I got this face vacuuming acne treatment at a derm?  Well, the same medical device company that makes the lasers your derm uses also make the at-home device Claro ($195 retail) and they are giving one to YOU (maybe. if you win. fingers crossed.)                  So the Claro is not as strong as an in-office treatment, but it uses the same IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) to stimulate oxygen and attack bacteria (blue light), and reduce inflammation (red light). These combine with infra-red light which boosts the antibacterial function and helps the blue light work. Basically, you zap the zit twice with the device to see results within 24 hours (reduced zit size, redness etc.)  Honestly my absolute favorite thing about this guy is that it drastically reduces my desire to touch a breakout - and you really shouldn’t touch.  I felt like I was taking action - a much healthier action than breaking out some kind of extraction tool.  I also felt it helped reduce redness for healing acne (that I had already touched). TO ENTER: 1. Do ONE of the following…. reblog this post OR follow Cult of Pretty on Bloglovin’ OR follow Cult of Pretty on tumblr OR subscribe via email. 2. Leave a DISQUS comment below and tell me ARE YOU HANDS ON OR HANDS OFF WHEN IT COMES TO A ZIT?  Don’t comment in “Ask Me Anything."  Contest ends next Friday October 7, 2011 at 12am Eastern.  If you subscribe or follow to enter, you must be subscribed or following at the time of the drawing.  XO  Image via

CONTEST OVER THANKS FOR PLAYING!

So remember a few weeks back when I got this face vacuuming acne treatment at a derm?  Well, the same medical device company that makes the lasers your derm uses also make the at-home device Claro ($195 retail) and they are giving one to YOU (maybe. if you win. fingers crossed.) 

               

So the Claro is not as strong as an in-office treatment, but it uses the same IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) to stimulate oxygen and attack bacteria (blue light), and reduce inflammation (red light). These combine with infra-red light which boosts the antibacterial function and helps the blue light work.

Basically, you zap the zit twice with the device to see results within 24 hours (reduced zit size, redness etc.)  Honestly my absolute favorite thing about this guy is that it drastically reduces my desire to touch a breakout - and you really shouldn’t touch.  I felt like I was taking action - a much healthier action than breaking out some kind of extraction tool.  I also felt it helped reduce redness for healing acne (that I had already touched).

TO ENTER:

1. Do ONE of the following…. reblog this post OR follow Cult of Pretty on Bloglovin’ OR follow Cult of Pretty on tumblr OR subscribe via email.

2. Leave a DISQUS comment below and tell me ARE YOU HANDS ON OR HANDS OFF WHEN IT COMES TO A ZIT?  Don’t comment in “Ask Me Anything." 

Contest ends next Friday October 7, 2011 at 12am Eastern.  If you subscribe or follow to enter, you must be subscribed or following at the time of the drawing.  XO 

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