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If you remember from a previous post (and a bunch of snapchat, instastories, whathaveyous), I’ve recently been upping my skincare routine, I’ve been reading and reasearching on birthorderplus.com and I’m getting more knowledgeable. Especially in this harsh winter, most days I don’t even feel like putting on makeup but I’d still really like to be able to sport healthy skin as a base! Ive been using the Neutrogena® Light Therapy Acne Mask consistently that I picked up from the acne aisle at Walmart and I’m here to touch base with you! If you’re curious how it works, here’s my previous post on how to get started on it. Here are a few things I loved about it:
All you have to do is clean your face (which you should already be doing, and can be made even easier by using the Clean & Clear® Makeup Dissolving Facial Cleansing Wipes), put on the mask, and press the power button. It’s that simple!
You are finally able to take home the clinically proven light therapy that only used to be available at a Dermatologist’s office. How crazy is that? It has Dual Mode of Action: Blue light kills 99% acne-causing bacteria and the red light reduces acne inflammation. I have pretty sensitive skin and I like the fact that I can still do something to help clear out my acne without actually having to place product directly on it.
You’re not even losing time when doing this. Watch TV, catch up on your socials, read a quick chapter. There’s so much you can do in 10 minutes while you wear the mask, thanks to the viewing slot!
A clinical study stated that results began in as little as 1-week and continued to improve over time, which I definitely started to see. My acne spots that were starting to heal were getting lighter, and the newer outbreaks did not feel as painful. The study also stated that best results were seen after 12 weeks so try to be consistent with it so you see clearer skin and have more long-term results! I’m on the last leg of my 30-day treatment and look at the difference! Not much redness, the bumps are less visible, and my old acne spots have lightened. I’ve been dealing with my face on a daily basis but seeing a side by side photo made me realize how much the Neutrogena Light Therapy Acne Mask actually worked. The starter kit comes with 30 days of treatment, so if you want to continue, you can simply buy another 30-day refill of the activator for $14.97, still at Walmart‘s acne aisle. I already bought my refill so I can keep doing this on the daily!
How about you, what’s your winter routine looking like? Would you ever be interested in giving Neutrogena Light Therapy Acne Mask a try?