Editor's Rating & Review
Its packaging is larger, lighter and inferior to the pricier Zeno Pro, but Thermaclear works just as well to combat emerging blemishes with heat. Unlike Zeno's tolerably hot, 150-second sessions, each Thermaclear treatment delivers a more intense, stinging zap of thermal energy -- but in only two seconds. Count on a newly clogged, pulsating pore (pretty much the only blemish these devices work on) to fade two days after about three treatments. Though Thermaclear runs on AA, not rechargeable, batteries, its $20 tip only needs replacement annually or if damaged.
Thermaclear Acne Therapy System Reviews
THERMACLEAR ACNE THERAPY SYSTEMTHIS WORKS, BUT YOU HAVE TO KNOW HOW TO USE IT. IT DOES NOT WORK ON BLACKHEADS. IT DOES NOT WORK ON WHITEHEADS. IT WORKS ON PIMPLES THAT ARE JUST RED SPOTS, OR ARE ABOUT TO COME OUT. ONCE YOU CATCH THEM, AT THIS POINT, AND PUT A GOOD DRYING LOTION ON THEM LIKE D'ARCY NO. 17 OVERNIGHT DRYING LOTION. THEY WILL BE GONE. UNLESS, YOU HAVE CYSTIC ACNE. THEN, YOU PROBABLY NEED TO SEE A DERMATOLOGIST. — 3 years, 6 months agoGarance_13 | 12 reviews
ridiculousMove on and save your money. I dont believe it heals any faster than they would normally — 3 years, 6 months agoCMBouchie | 59 reviews
So So.I've been using this for about one month and have been moderately happy with it. It is made some types of pimples go away quicker, but know it doesn't work on blackheads or whiteheads very well. Worth the money? Not for me. — 3 years, 9 months agoprettyinpink86 | 6 reviews
My Reasons for Reporting This