Sunday, January 04, 2009

Product Spotlight: ThermaClear Acne Clearing Device


photo taken from www.amazon.com

Product Description:

ThermaClear’s exclusive two-second Thermal Pulse Technology™ reaches beneath the skin’s surface to trigger a highly effective dual-action healing process: neutralizing acne-causing bacteria from above while stimulating the body’s own powerful acne-fighting proteins from below, so you get clearer skin up to four times faster than if left untreated. It’s similar to the laser technology dermatologists use to treat mild-to-moderate acne — but without the hassle or expense of doctor’s appointments. See for yourself how our technology helps you look good — and when you look good, you feel even better.


My sister and I have always been on the look out for a good anti-acne product in the market, and when Zeno came out, we got curious about it. It's a good thing we didn't have the resources back then to get it, because a superior version came out: the Thermaclear!

We did a lot of research on Zeno vs. Thermaclear and we were convinced that ThermaClear was the way to go. Both seemed to be effective products, but the ThermaClear had a warm-up time of 10 seconds compared to the Zeno's warm-up time of 2 minutes. The application time of the ThermaClear is only 2 seconds compared to the Zeno's application time of 2.5 minutes. It's such a long time to hold a device for 2.5 minutes on one pimple. The Zeno can only treat up to 3 pimples in one session as opposed to ThermaClear's unlimited treatments per session.

The ThermaClear can be applied up to three times a day, but no more than once every hour. It's best to use it on the first sign of blemish, and results can be seen after a day. It can also work on small pimples. However, this will not work on pimples that already have a head and on cystic pimples. The point of the ThermaClear is to stop a pimple dead on its tracks, not to treat a full-fledged pimple.

The pain? Very tolerable. And it only lasts for 1-2 seconds. A small price to pay for clear skin.

I recommend this is a supplement to an anti-acne regimen or can be used solely by people who have a few to moderate acne. This is NOT a substitute for a good anti-acne regimen.

Cons? This ain't cheap at $150 so think twice before purchasing it. They also don't ship outside the US so you need to ask a relative or someone residing in the US to bring this home to you. This has been with us for almost a year now and it's still in working order.

The verdict: This is a good device for people with acne problems.

Would I buy this again? If ours gets broken, yes!

5 comments:

*Nehs* said...

ouch! mahal nman... ;D

musicalfanlovesminerals said...

nehs, oo nga mahal nga e. maganda for people na hirap makakita ng anti-acne product na hiyang sa kanila :P

Askmewhats said...

wow..you got yourself one? I do wonder if these stuffs really work :) thanks for the review

musicalfanlovesminerals said...

nikki, it was more of my sister's doing than mine. she really wanted it badly.

pseudostrong said...

How was the thermal clear? Is it working for you or for your sister?
I have a acne problem and tried soooooooooo many products already and it would only work for few months then after that It wont work on me anymore. Do you have any advice for acne problem?

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