Sirius Pulsar Blemish Clearing Device Review

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A bad complexion is more than a cosmetic issue. Acne can have a devastating effect on our self-esteem. It may seem trivial to some, but this condition can cause social, psychological, and emotional consequences. Granted, eating a better diet can help but often times it’s stress or a hormonal imbalance which can cause unwelcome skin eruptions. There are copious products on the shelves that have been created to treat and calm inflammation and rid the bacteria that causes acne. A lot of these blemish banning creams can take forever to work and they are loaded with ingredients that dry out the skin. But, is there a better non-invasive way to treat blemish?

Pulsar Blemish Clearing Device by Sirius is fast becoming the answer to our acne troubles.  So how does this little gadget work? It has two strong attributes that will cause inevitable doom to all zits in its path — non-UV Blue LED Light and Thermal Energy. Blue light therapy has been proven to have potent and effective anti-bacterial properties that are competent in destroying the acne causing bacteria Propionibacterium acnes or P.acne. At the same time, thermal energy opens blocked pores, soothes inflammation and reduces swelling.

It’s recommended that you treat the blemish two to three times a day.  The device is very easy to use. You press the treatment button once and hold the treatment tip of the device over your blemish and press against your skin. The device will emit a blue light and gentle heat for two minutes and then beep when it’s finished.  You then move on to another area that needs treating and press the button again. If not, the device shuts off automatically. There is no bump, redness or inflammation left after the pimple is gone.

The Pulsar retails for $99 and unlike other acne devices has unlimited uses, so you don’t have to buy a new one after a certain number of uses as with Zeno Hot Spot or Tanda Zap.  If you’re looking for a quick and effective way to treat acne, it definitely makes sense to go with the Pulsar – it’s portable, easy to use and it works.

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