Every once in a while I’ll discover a product that makes me do a double-take and want to run out and buy it because I think it’s so cool and have to try it ASAP. When I was at BlogHer over the past summer, I was strolling the Expo Hall when I came across the Tria. This is how the conversation went:
Me: Is this a new product?
Tria: No, we’ve been around for a few years.
Me: Really? Why haven’t I ever heard of you?
And there is where the problem lies. There are all these amazing products available and not many people know about them. That’s one of the reasons I love blogging… I get to introduce people to some things that could possibly change their lives. Wow… I’m being dramatic. The truth it, I’m not sure it’s going to change your life, but I’m sure going to find out if it changes ours.
Let me introduce you to the Tria.
The Tria Skin Perfecting Blue Light is the same blue light technology that dermatologists use in their office to clear up acne. The blue light is gentle on the skin and won’t cause long-term effects on your skin. How does this work? The blue light essentially kills the bacteria on your skin that causes acne breakouts. By eliminating the bacteria, your pores won’t get clogged causing the blemishes and pimples and your skin will appear clear, smooth and healthy!
So… this sounds fabulous, right? We all want better skin, right? Then the question remains… does it really work?
My daughter has had really bad acne for a long time now and being a teen has enough challenges without having to add skin problems to the mix. One of the reasons I wanted to try out the Tria was to give her a real chance to have clearer skin. We’ve seen a dermatologist and have tried topical solutions, but nothing has worked so far. It breaks MY heart to see her struggle and I am determined to do whatever I can to help her.
So… we are doing this! We are starting today and are going to try out the Tria Skin Perfecting Blue Light for 8 weeks. We will keep you updated and let you know how we’re doing.
This is Temera now, before we are starting using the blue light.
Here we go!
I was provided a Tria Skin Perfecting Blue Light to review and was not compensated in any other way. I want to add that I DID get my daughter’s permission to photograph her and we have high hopes for the Tria to work, although we will always be honest with our review, good or bad. All opinions are my own.