Friday, January 4, 2013

Project Pan: Ninth Product Completed: Zeno Hot Spot Blemish Clearing Device

I seem to be on a roll. Last night I tried to use my Zeno Hot Spot Blemish Clearing Device only to find out that I had already completely used it up. You're probably thinking "How did you not know it was done?". Well that's because it's a device and not a cream or lotion. You only get 80 uses out of it, so it's hard to keep track. I was pretty disappointed to see this go as it was quite expensive. It's regular price is $50, but I got it for $39.99 (still not cheap!). This product claims to use heat to kill bacteria that causes blemishes and yet still be gentle on the skin. It only claims to work on break outs and not cystic acne, so be weary.


I'm not sure if it's all in my head but I feel like this helped to reduce my pimples caused by every woman's favourite time of the month. I felt it reduced healing time. When using this product be sure you follow the instructions that indicate only using it every 3 hours. I made the mistake of trying to do one treatment right after I had just finished and I had a mark for a while. Do I think this is a miracle product? No. Would I buy this again? Probably. Mostly because I've never found anything else to help reduce my time of the month break-outs quite the same.


What's your favourite way to reduce break-outs?

24 comments:

  1. Doesn't it feel great to clean out all of those (half) empty bottles out of your bathroom? I just love having more space and less stuff in my house!

    xoxo
    Suzanne from writtenbysuzanne

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    1. It feels amazing. I finally have space and can see things!

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  2. Amazing blog :) I follow You now and I hope that you like my blog too! Have a great day ❤

    xx San☽
    owlspassion.blogspot.com

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  3. Hi Natasha - I think what happens in big cities in Europe is that cars are left in neutral and they just push them back and forward gently with their bumpers! Happy New Year

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  4. Sounds like a great product but I can't believe you only get 80 uses out of it for the price! They should do a refill system or something! You're making me want to do this pan project but I'm in the midst of trying to build my collection up! Ah!

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    1. We have very different goals, so no worries. I'm trying to minimize my collection and minimize my spending.

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  5. Sounds great sweetheart - but it is a bit steep! I understand though, that for people who like good skin care, it might be worth it!
    Lovely writing though!
    Love from,
    Annabelle
    TheCurleyGirl
    xoxoxoxoxoxox
    http://thecurleygirl.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. As long as it gets the job done I'll take it. It's better than paying for 10 that don't.

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  6. It sounds like an amazing product but its mechanism seems tough to use .
    New follower :)
    Noor @ Noor's Place

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    1. Not really. You just need to push a button and keep it in place for about 2 minutes.

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  7. great! would you like to follow each other? let me know!

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  8. Hi Natasha! I finally got around to doing the liebster award on my blog! sorry it took me so long! xoxo

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  9. Hmm I'd really like to try this!

    eyelashwishes-x.blogspot.co.uk

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  10. That's expensive! I don't think I'd be trying this one.

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    1. There are definitely better cheaper options.

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