Reviews like this practically write themselves because I’m jumping with excitement over sharing something that I believe 100% will work. Cutting to it, Blue from Silk’n will improve (if not eradicate altogether) any sort of mild or moderate acne you might have. Seriously.
It’s this little handheld device that omits a blue light that is proven to destroy bacteria, while also heating the skin which gives a drying effect to affected areas. It seems so simple and almost silly that holding this light to your face will clear it up, but it does. For me, any breakout that was even the least bit inflamed was taken down within 2 uses. Then my skin, which has been giving me the worst time for about a year now, just slowly started to stop breaking out over the course of about 10 days. There isn’t anything else I was doing differently. This was it. Nothing I’ve used has been this effective in clearing up my skin.
Typically blemish-fighting solutions are filled with chemicals like salicylic acid, benzoyl peroxide, and even harsher ingredients that I try to avoid. I love how this is a chemical-free solution that you can use on teens, pregnant women, and even the most sensitive skin.
So here’s the bad news- you have to use it to see results. I know you’re thinking, ‘well no shit,’ but it’s time consuming unlike sleeping on a cream and calling it good. Considering the suggested time per area is 3 minutes, and given the small size of the device, it takes me about 30 mins to do my whole face. That’s a big hit especially when you’re using it morning and night like I try to in order to make the biggest difference. The other thing is that it needs to be plugged in the whole time you’re using it, so I do my sit-in-the-sink-while-scrolling-through-Snap stories thing while moving the light around my face. I can get over the time commitment though because I feel motivated to use it, but on nights when I’m so tired I can barely get my contacts out before hitting the pillow face first, it’s the first thing to give.
Not to sound all commercial-ish, but if you’re spending money on creams, potions, and even serums filled with baby foreskin (yes it’s a thing, and yes I’ve used it), then why not just cough up the $150 for an effective treatment that plugs into the wall and therefore literally never runs out? It will probably save you money and give the best results.
**I received the device free of charge from the company to test, the words and conclusions were my own. Affiliate links are present in the review**