Offer details & such: $199.00. + $0.00 S&H.
I wish I could find a study stating that K-Mart employees had less issues with acne than Wal-Mart ,Target or retail workers in general. Why would I want something like that? Because it would put Trophy Skin Blue MD's Light-Based Acne Treatment's argument over the top.
How is that? Because it's blue light acne treatment. That's special in its own right.Enough silliness. Let's take a look at this under-the-radar, potential blue light special.
Blue Light Therapy dates back to the 1970s. It was based on the theory that lights within that color on the spectrum could kill acne bacteria.
Today, the technology is FDA-approved. Trophy Skin Blue Light Therapy has used the technology to create a proprietary bulb to maximize effectiveness of the blue light on acne. And with years of fine-tuning, the Blue Trophy Blue MD [Review] Light-Based Acne Treatment is now available to consumers at a fraction of the cost it would be to have the procedure in a doctor's office.
If you try it out, let us know how it goes!
According to bluemdacnetherapy.com, Trophy Skin Blue MD claims the following features and benefits:
- FDA-approved technology
- proprietary bulb
- nodular acne lesions
- no lotions, creams or pills
- 30-day one back guarantee
Order Process: It's a straight up offer. No S&H, no buy-one / get-ones. We didn't find any issue with the order process or the return process.
Product Performance: Though we didn't find anything aside from marketing fluff that praised Trophy Skin, we did find a couple forums where people claimed success with blue light acne treatment. One in particular: acne.org .
Let us know what you think!
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