July 18

Bargainmoose Contest: Win a Acne Clearing Blue Light ($340 value) from TRIA Beauty!

Posted by on July 18, 2014 at 6:30 AM

Bargainmoose Contest: Win a Acne Clearing Blue Light ($340 value) from TRIA Beauty!

*** Contest now closed, winner was Bargainmooser Gayle! ***

Remember the Tria Age-Defying Laser that we gave-away back in April? Well the nice people at Tria love Bargainmoose so much that they’ve decided to give us another one of their great beauty products to giveaway! This time, it’s the Acne Clearing Blue Light (valued at $340).

The Tria Acne Clearing Blue Light is a do-it-yourself version of an acne and blemish treatment offered by dermatologists. I never suffered from acne but I have had annoying blemishes so this tool has piqued my curiosity! The Tria device works by using a non-UV light therapy called “blue light” to eliminate bacteria that causes breakouts at their source. This results in a clearer complexion, which of course is what we all want!  You can read more about how it works and watch videos on the Tria website.

As I mentioned in the last Tria contest post, I think it’s really important to do your homework before investing in a tool that’s going to cost you a couple of hundreds of dollars, and after doing my own research, I am happy to report that the reviews look quite positive. If you want to get a taste of what people are saying, check out the Tria Reviews & Stories page.

Just a heads up, in order to keep your treatment going you will need to buy Blue Light Cartridges every few months at a cost of $45 each.

Want to win this prize?

“Comment below with your best tips for avoiding or getting rid of a breakout!”

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Rules:

  • Canadian entrants only
  • One entry per household
  • Ends 16th July 2014 23rd July 2014 (extended)
  • Rules subject to change at admin’s discretion
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74 Comments to “Bargainmoose Contest: Win a Acne Clearing Blue Light ($340 value) from TRIA Beauty!”

  1. Sihan says:

    I suffer from acne still but I try to not to touch my face too often and keepings my hands clean when washing my face. Hands can have tons of bacteria. I also try to change my sheets often.
    I treat it with acne washes and treatments. I have tried both benzoyl peroxide and salicytic acid but not tria yet.

  2. Julie says:

    If you aren’t having luck with a salicylic acid cleanser, go to your Dr and ask for a prescription of taro-clindamycin. It is a topical antibiotic in a dabber style bottle. Works wonders!

  3. BMboss says:

    bacon grease is the key. of course let it cool down before applying but do so generously and nightly. acne will simply become history.

  4. Linda Peters says:

    Make sure you wash and dry your face with a mild soap in the morning and the evening to get rid of all the makeup. I find using a good moisturizer helps too.

  5. Jen says:

    Keep your face clean not only by cleaning it, but by not touching it with your hands, cleaning your phone(s) etc. If you have sensitive skin like I do, avoid using more than one product that is medicated,

  6. Yingy_c says:

    Enough rest is definitely the key for prevention. If there’s already a breakout I’d try to put some honey on the spot then cover up with a bandage overnight!

  7. CarlyLiz says:

    though I still have many breakouts I find that a consistent routine with a milder soap in the morning and a specific acne cleanser at night with a clarisonic brush seems to be keeping my face under control. I’ve also been known to dry out pimples with milk of magnesia out of impatience and its fairly successful.

  8. L says:

    I’ve been using burt’s bees herbal blemish sticks on the odd acne for a few years now, it definitely seems to speeds up the time it takes for blemishes to disappear.

  9. Karla Sceviour says:

    My best to it to drink plenty of water,and wash your face every night before bed, Thats all the tips I have,,wish I had more,,,going to read all the others now!

  10. Ann says:

    Wash your face every morning and evening with a mild acne soap.

  11. Nicole says:

    My favorite tip is to use Zinc cream (yup that’s diaper cream). The zinc reduces redness, helps healing, and is very gentle on sensitive skin.

  12. Lily says:

    Ways I avoid acne is to always get enough sleep, stay hydrated so skin doesn’t dry out, and avoid eating deep fried food.

  13. Gayle Erlendson says:

    Mild cleansers and prescription medications. And if you don’t have a prescription, try a tea tree oil blemish stick.

  14. Elisha says:

    Changing your pillowcase frequently helps. And salicylic acid treatments (2% strength or higher).

  15. Min Chun says:

    Never touch acne with your dirty hand, and don’t force to pop it. If you do, most likely, you will get a permanent scar on your face. If you really need to pop it, use Q-tips. I’ve had acne for most of my life and came to realize that it is always better not to touch my face. Period. Just keep washing it until it is gone.

  16. Michelle D says:

    At 43, I still suffer from the occasional breakout. My best suggestions would be to change your pillowcase frequently, use benzol peroxide as a spot treatment at night, drink plenty of water and avoid a lot of direct sunlight.

  17. Norine Thomsen says:

    Gently washing your face and applying a moisturizer for sensitive skin every night is essential to avoiding breakouts.

  18. Norine says:

    Gently washing your face and applying a moisturizer for sensitive skin every night is essential to avoiding breakouts.

  19. Kathie says:

    Shared on facebook.

  20. William says:

    I heard raw, unpasteurized honey does the trick. I’ve never tried it though.

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