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  • Neutrogena Light Therapy Acne Spot Treatment, Chemical & Uv Free With Clinically Proven Blue & Red A
  • Neutrogena Light Therapy Acne Spot Treatment, Chemical & Uv Free With Clinically Proven Blue & Red A
  • Neutrogena Light Therapy Acne Spot Treatment, Chemical & Uv Free With Clinically Proven Blue & Red A
  • Neutrogena Light Therapy Acne Spot Treatment, Chemical & Uv Free With Clinically Proven Blue & Red A
  • Neutrogena Light Therapy Acne Spot Treatment, Chemical & Uv Free With Clinically Proven Blue & Red A

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Neutrogena Light Therapy Acne Spot Treatment, Chemical & Uv Free With Clinically Proven Blue & Red A

Neutrogena

Neutrogena Light Therapy Acne Spot Treatment, Chemical & Uv Free With Clinically Proven Blue & Red A

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Product Description Product Description
  • Spot treatment for acne targets and treats breakouts quickly
  • Clinically proven to speed the reduction of breakouts without causing flaking or itching
  • Uses red and blue light to penetrate skin and target pimples
  • Leaves behind no residue or mess
  • Treat for two minutes, three times a day
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Not practical for multiple pimplesI returned it. I had high hopes for it, because it can be used for years, not like the mask (which employs the same technology) where you have to buy an activator every 30 days/uses.I'm sure it can work, but I don't have the patience to hold it 2 minutes on my face 3 times a day for EVERY PIMPLE. It's hard to do anything else with only one hand free.If you have multiple pimples like me, it's better to use dermatologist suggested creams and such to cover the whole face; or if you're up to it, consider the Neutrogena mask instead.3Stops Working Quickly, Blue lights burned out after less than 2 months I bought this and it worked well for the first activator. I liked the results enough to purchase a second activator, and about halfway through that one, the blue LEDs stopped working. So less than 60 uses. I was really disappointed because the whole point is that you spend more money upfront for the actual mask, and just replace the remote, but now that the mask doesn't work it's basically useless. I wouldn't waste my money on it again since it stops working so quickly. This is supposed to be an inexpensive option, but I guess you get what you pay for and this one is CHEAP. 1Stopped working after a week, do not buy!I got this and used it a few times. I had high hopes for it and then tried it again a couple weeks later when back from vacation and face was starting to break out again. It wouldn't turn on at all. I changed the battery several times to new ones and still doesn't work. Highly disappointed in this product by Neutrogena and since box and everything have been thrown out, can't return. Do not buy!1I actually like this product but the blue light quit after 15 ... I actually like this product but the blue light quit after 15 uses and the red light is dying with 10 left 2All the negative reviews are justified... Are you confused by all the conflicting reviews, and the surprising lack of clear information available online? Yeah, so was I. So let me help: I have good news and bad news.Good news:----It gives visible results. If armageddon is happening on your face, and you're desperate to shrink something that's erupting or oozing, this helps dry things things up and lessen inflammation overnight.----It's legitimate science in theory. I've had similar Blue Light Photodynamic Therapy sessions at the dermatologist's office---however, the doctor is using a much higher-powered machine, with a much bigger treatment area (face, neck, chest,) usually in conjunction with a special drug called Levulan, which makes your skin cells sensitive to the special blue light. In comparison, this face mask is very weak, wavelength is unknown, and results are not comparable to the dermatologist's blue light.----The eye protection is built-in, and you can theoretically multi-task while wearing this mask; it just looks like you're an arc welder from the future.Bad news:----IT'S HATEFUL THAT THEY FORCE YOU TO BUY AN "ACTIVATOR" EACH MONTH, ESPECIALLY WHEN THEY'RE PURPOSELY VAGUE ABOUT WHAT AN "ACTIVATOR" IS. IT MAKES ME WANT TO SMASH A HOLE THROUGH THE WALL LIKE THE HULK. I'M TURNING GREEN NOW.----If you're wondering what an activator is---it's a large, heavy, white timer and battery compartment. For lack of a better description, it's about the size of 1.5 Twinkies, and it has a single power button, and a small digital readout. The ONLY function is to count backward from 30, showing you how many of your 30 uses you have left. Each session is 10 minutes, which is set in stone, and cannot be changed. And there's no way to continue using the "activator" past 30 uses, which is insulting.----In case you're thinking that there must be some valid scientific reason for the "activator" to be depleted.....THERE ISN'T. Neutrogena could easily have engineered the device to be used 100 times, or until the batteries run out, or indefinitely---and yet, they chose to arbitrarily give you 30 uses. And "activator" is a laughable name in the context of a simple circuit. I mean....would you call your bathroom lightswitch an "activator?"----The batteries inside the "activator" are not dead after 30 uses. They're still good! The circuitry's still good. The housing is still good. Throwing the whole thing away is outrageous. There's no way to recharge the "activator," which would at least have made slightly more sense....So the majority of these heavy units probably wind up in the landfill, which is mind-bogglingly wasteful.----What's more insulting is that they purposely use vague terms to describe the "activator," both here and on the Neutrogena site. I'm sure they know how outrageous this scheme is, and gloss over the details so the average person is left in the dark.Bottom line:----All the negative reviews are right---it's an anger-inducing ripoff. If you're desperate, and you don't care about the cost---it WILL dry up your problem areas in a few days. But on principle, I can't recommend this product. There's scientific merit to the concept of blue light---but there is NO SCIENTIFIC MERIT to a glorified timer that is required to be replaced after an arbitrary 30 uses.----Blue Light Photodynamic Therapy is often covered by normal insurance. (I.e. it is considered a medical necessity as long as your doctor declares it so.) SO IN MY OPINION, it makes more sense to take the money you'd have spent on this mask plus the monthly expense of the "activator" (...my blood is boiling) and instead apply it to your dermatology copay. Obviously, this may not be an option for everyone, if you're not mobile, or live far away from a dermatologist, for example....but in terms of cost-effectiveness, your money is better spent on more powerful treatments from the doctor's office. Just my two cents. 2Light treatment is effective - but very finicky about whether it will turn onLove / Hate this device.LOVE:Its red and blue light is effective.Faster pimple healing by far.Best results if you can catch problem before it turns into a significant pimple. (I get a clue by feeling a little pain in an area, or a little redness before appearance sometimes, and I treat those indicators with good success)On existing large pimples it does help it resolve faster, but not as fast as catching them early.RELATED INFO:I tried a LightStim device before this. Unfortunately, LightStim triggered wicked migraines if I even caught the merest of glimpse of the edge of the light with my eye. Nothing could effectively shield my eyes to not allow the migraine to be triggered. So I had to send it back. Was a real pity, because it was a larger device covering more area and it worked on standard electricity rather than battery power. In contrast, this tiny device, which I expected to not work at all, does work, and also does NOT trigger my migraines even if I accidentally see a bit of the light for a moment. While there is the obvious difference in number of LEDs between these devices, there's also a "lip" around the edge of the Neutragena light. The plastic lip contacts your skin but the light is held just s smidge above that edge. That lip prevents a great deal of light escaping out the sides. You still see a "glow" through your skin - but the Lightstim device had no lip and therefore it was pure LED light if you glimpsed it while in use. (And there was no way to avoid seeing the LightStim light if you used it on a cheek for example. ) This Neutragena device is a little too small to be used for prevention very effectively - but the larger device would have been much better for that purpose. Why don't I buy the Neutragena mask? Lights too close to my eyes will likely be a problem again.)HATE:This Neutragena device has an issue - it will report any battery, new or old, alkaline or rechargable - as dead when it is not. I can get anywhere from 1 to 4 two-minute sessions when suddenly it will beep three times indicating the battery is flat. At first, I believed it was accurate and kept changing batteries. But then it happened quicker and quicker on new batteries. So I ordered a set of rechargeable Enloopes here on Amazon. It keeps telling me even those are dead too. They are not. Here's the oddest part --- if the device tells me the battery is dead by beeping 3 times when I try to turn it on, I can let the device alone for maybe 5 minutes. Then it will work again ... and ... fail again. Another five minutes, it works again, then fails again.So, all those folks who think it is eating batteries --- maybe it is like mine where the battery is not dead, but the device is faulty.I am debating over buying another just to see if it works better regarding power consumption - or another brand of device entirely. For sake of clarity, 10 minutes per day of mid-day sun on my bare face keeps me completely clear of breakouts better than anything else (as long as I continue my usual skin care routine that also prevents acne). As winter came, the UV rays that create that benefit are not available. So this was my "get me through winter" without breakouts effort. (Moderate - a mix of types - some cysts mostly other inflammatory types) Light, whether UVB or this red/blue LED combination, is extremely effective for me. The sun never triggers my migraines though.(Please don't comment to me about the dangers of the sun. I'm aware.)3Mixed results-some better, some worseI have mixed feelings on this. Seems to work only on certain types of acne. On other spots, it actually made them worse and slower to heal. I will probably still try and use it but be warned! Might make the problem worse.3... blemish for me but who knows maybe it works better on some as mine is adult acne maybe that ...Eh I tried it and can't really tell if it makes any difference in a blemish for me but who knows maybe it works better on some as mine is adult acne maybe that makes a difference3Unsure if this works.I used this for 4 days, 3 times a day. I had 2 pimples, one I treated one I did not.First the light therapy is an interesting concept. And the LEDs installed are very strong lights. I accidentally lifted it up off my forehead while waiting for it to beep and shined myself in the eye. I don't ever want to do that again, these lights are BRIGHT. You have to hold this on your head for 2 minutes while you wait for it to beep at you, during that time you only have one free hand, and you can only treat one spot at a time, this is not for someone with a lot of pimples.For my trial. I had 2 similar sized zits, one on my forehead and one on my temple. I decided to treat the forehead zit and leave the other alone. After the first day, the treated zit got BIGGER and more inflamed then the untreated zit. I was about ready to stop using it, but decided to keep going. After 4 days, the treated zit calmed down and is now almost gone, the untreated zit is there, but will probably be gone in another day or two. Signs point that the spot treatment did work, but it only sped up the process slightly.3Didn't see improvementI'm still waiting for the results, saw some improvement but went back to see same amount of pimples even with regular use of this device.3 ACTIVATOR IS NOT REQUIRED! A sickening business practice, Neutrogena (Johnson & Johnson) should be ashamed! Originally posted by Lewi on Amazon UK (doesn t appear in the US):I'm giving this product one star, for one simple reason. The DISGUSTING practice of requiring a so-called "activator", which is nothing other than a means of continuously milking your customers for their hard earned cash.This product is battery operated. The batteries provide the power to the LED lights, which light up, and thus the mask can do it's job. As of yet, I have no idea if it even works as it should, but that is entirely beside the point.The ONLY function of the "activator", is to count off 30 uses, and then to refuse to allow the product to turn on until you send another 15(!!!!!) to them for a new "Activator". This is a sickening business practice, and they should be ashamed.I'm guessing that Nutrogena, a company that usually sells creams and the like (which customers will keep going back for again and again), wanted to get in on the light-mask game, but didn't like the idea of the mask being a one-time purchase that, once bought, customers would have no need to go back to them and spend any more money. So they literally created a circuit board with the sole purpose of 'turning off' the product after 30 uses and refusing to turn it back on. Genuinely one of the most shady business practices I have ever seen, and a great way to cheat your customers. Shame on you.How do I know that the only function of the activator is to keep you spending money? Well, because after approximately 2 minutes with a soldering iron, my girlfriend now has a mask that just works. All the time. NO ACTIVATOR PURCHASE REQUIRED. You can just keep using the original one, all you will need to replace going forward are the batteries. There are instructions on how to accomplish this that are readily available on YouTube (it's literally a case of joining two solder points using a wire as a bridge), and a person could use the first 15 that they are going to save, on buying a soldering iron and some wire to accomplish this task. I simply searched YouTube for "Nutrogena light mask hack".And before Nutrogena replies to this with something along the lines of "the activator regulates the amount of light" or other such lies, I have a LUX meter... it just doesn't, I've checked. The output is identical. The "activator" exists solely to keep your customers coming back to you and spending their money on something that they already have. You should be ashamed. 1Rewire activator and use as many times as you want Works amazingly. Pro tip: find yourself an engineer to make your own on/off switch and you'll be able to use it as many times as you want. I've probably used it 100 times (never had to buy another activator) There's a step by step how to on YouTube on this. 5the glasses inside the mask is not very useful, the light can still hurt your eyes the glasses inside the mask is not very useful, the light can still hurt your eyes, but so far it is still working great as a $20 product 3Doesn't last long/Poor Quality It worked fine at first, but now the blue lights only stay on for about a minute before turning off.I'm still on my first 30 uses, so this is highly disappointing. 2maybe this thing is better for milder casesI did not find this to help me much, but I suffer from severe nodular acne, maybe this thing is better for milder cases.2terrible.Impulse buy, terrible.1One StarDid nothing at all1
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