Tanda Clear Acne Light Therapy Treatment Review
Joining a new group of acne treatments, which treat acne using light, the Tanda Clear acne light therapy treatment system claims to reduce not only acne, but other unsightly skin conditions.
This treatment is usually expensive and time-consuming, but it is generally effective. Does Tanda Clear Acne Light Therapy Treatment offer something that other light therapy systems don’t?
Let’s look at the product details and ingredients to find out.
About Tanda Clear Acne Light Therapy Treatment
Tanda Clear Acne Light Therapy Treatment produces a 414 nm blue light beam to kill acne causing bacteria and prevent future outbreaks while improving the appearance and texture of skin. They also provide a cleanser and gel to be used in conjunction with the hand-held device, which include ingredients such as olipopeptide-10.
The reality is that the gel might be more effective than the light treatment, and that’s saying something bad considering the fact that the gel and wash contain no active acne fighting ingredients. The therapy of blue lights remains unproven to a large degree, and though you will pay quite a bit for this light treatment, it also is unproven to actually work.
Though the newly developed blue light treatment is promising, it is not for everybody. A Tanda clear acne light therapy treatment system generally sells for about $400.00, and each additional bottle of the cleanser they require will cost you about $40, as will the acne fighting gel. So should you choose Tanda, you can expect to pay $400 upfront and $80 every month thereafter. There are definitely more affordable alternatives available.