The ReAura is an at home laser device that you can use to treat general signs of ageing like fine lines and uneven skin tone and texture. If you’re not familiar with the ReAura, have a look here and if you’d like to know what you get for your money, check this out. Being truly blessed to have a face that contains ALL of these issues already, I couldn’t wait to get my hands on this gadget.
I sincerely hope that if you are reading this, you’ve left significant time between eating and reading because below are some lovely close-ups of my various skin issues, and it ain’t pretty.
I’ll ease you in gently with a starter of pictures of the fine lines on my forehead, speckled with a small helping of pigmentation:
|Close-up on the fine lines.|
|As you can see there’s quite a few pigmentation spots and fine lines to the right.|
Now for mains I’ll be serving some uneven skintone:
|Uneven skintone and pigmentation beneath the eye and fine lines to the right of the eye.|
If you’re still here, let’s finish with some charming examples of Post Inflammatory Pigmentation and more uneven skintone:
|Sadly, it seems all 3 of the things ReAura can treat is covered in this single picture.|
|Bit more pigmentation; both standard and PIH.|
So as you can see, the ReAura has got it’s work cut out and having just used it for the first time I’m very excited to see what it achieves! I’ll be writing a post shortly on my first experience, so please keep an eye out for it.
I have sensitive skin, not sure if sI should try this.I am blessed with good even skintone, so I am still wondering whether I should take the risk.
I too am suffering from acne and have been looking everywhere for solutions. Im currently using benzoyl peroxide in the morning and retin a at night. Skin is sorta better but still not super clear. I eagerly await your posts on the ReAura hoping it’s the cure all.
Thanks for your comment. Unfortunately the ReAura isn’t aimed at treating acne (so whenever I have spots I have to be very careful to avoid lasering them) but it can be used to treat Post Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation like red marks that are left after acne breakouts. I’ve written quite a few blogs on various acne treatments so if you manage to get yours more under control then the ReAura is a great option for treating to post-acne issues. Really hope you get your acne sorted xx
If in doubt, it’s worth getting in touch with a ReAura consultant who can advise you on your suitability: 0800 331 6015.
Let me know how you get on 🙂 xx