Can’t decide if Positively Clear Acne Clearing Blue Light is for you?
Last week we discussed the main causes of bacterial acne in adults and provided some helpful tips on tackling them. Many of you asked us if Acne Clearing Blue Light actually does work as it seems too good to be true.
This is video two of the series. For the next month I will be testing out Tria’s ‘Positively Clear Acne Clearing Blue Light product’ I’ll be doing video updates every few days which you can check out here or on on youtube. - #myskinfitdiary
For the next month Charlotte will be testing out our ‘Positively Clear Acne Clearing Blue Light product’. She’ll be doing video updates every few days which follow her journey and see the results for yourself.
So… you’ve all read Hannah’s story of how Tria’s Positively Clear Acne Clearing Blue Light has improved her skin’s complexion and boosted her self-confidence. Skin problems are a sensitive subject and we’re delighted that she agreed to share her experience with our blog readers. This week, we are discussing the basic causes of acne, bringing you the simple facts along with some top tips from the team here at TriaBeauty.co.uk.
Hi my name is Hannah, I am 29 years old and live in Brighton.
Like many girls of my age, I live a hectic lifestyle but always like to look my best, taking pride in my appearance, especially my skin, hair and make-up.
I was at my wits end last year, and somewhat down about my skin, which was having an enormous effect on my confidence. A friend mentioned that she had heard that Blue Light technology can help with bacterial acne so I did some research and came across the Tria Positively Clear Acne Clearing Blue Light devise.