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  1. happy read a review. Hopefully you are not sponsored by Phillips like everone else who has reviewed the reAura on the interent. Does it owrk on broken capillariers?

  2. Hi Sidmo, thanks for your comment. I’m not sponsored although my ReAura was a press sample; but the logs are ‘warts ‘n’ all’ so I couldn’t dress up the results even if I wanted to 🙂 I don’t think it’s intended for use on broken capillaries so I’m not sure what the results would be if you used it on them. Probably worth getting in touch with Philips through the My ReAura site if in doubt xx

  3. Hi, Just wanted to check if you could post some updates regarding the ReAura device. I’ve been thinking about getting one, but wanted to check your thoughts and experiences. Has it made a big difference in your skin? If so in what way?



    1. Hi Isabel, I’ve had to stop treating for the foreseeable future as the device is not suitable for inflamed skin and unfortunately I’m spot prone at the mo. As soon as there are further updates I’ll start blogging again; I definitely haven’t given up on the ReAura as it made such a huge difference to my skin, but I don’t want to put a time limit on when the next update will happen by as I’m worried it’s confusing everyone xx

  4. Hi BeautyGeek, Thanks for the blog-loved it as I’m looking at this product closely-so expensive got to be sure before purchasing it! When you say you are spot prone at the moment do you mean real spots or hormonal ones? I break out most months just before my period-do you think that would make me unsuitable? I value your thoughts, Kind Regards Ali Smith.

    1. Hi Ali, thanks for reading! 🙂 My breakouts were definitely proper breakouts rather than hormonal ones, which I get as well, although it’s worth noting that they weren’t half as bad during the, ahem, time of the month when I was ReAuraing! And it took quite a while for me to get them under control which is why I had to keep stop starting with the treatments. If you only breakout around you periods and are considering getting the ReAura, all you need to do is make sure you start treating your skin when you’re not breaking out. I’ve never not been breakout prone but I started treating with the ReAura on a day when I didn’t have any spots and once you’ve started treating you’re all set as it certainly limits the amount of breakouts you get. Hopefully that makes sense (I realise I’ve gone about explaining it a bit all over the place!) but if not then let me know and I’ll try again 🙂 To (try and..) summarise, as long as you start the first treatment on a day when you haven’t got any spots then you should be absolutely fine xx

  5. hi beauty geek. can you use numbing cream to help with the pain. i have had lazer on face before and found the pain unbearable. most reputable clinics use some sort of numbing cream before treatment

    1. Hi Anon 🙂 I seriously doubt you’d need numbing cream as it’s very bearable. Don’t forget, whilst it’s definitely a powerful machine, it isn’t as powerful as clinician machines so it shouldn’t hurt as much xx

  6. hi beauty geek. how long does the device last. with home use hair removal lasers you have to buy a replacement cartridge after an amount of ‘shots’. is this similar or unlimited

    1. I really can’t remember, although I think this is covered in the comments on another of the ReAura posts. I think it would make sense that you’d need a new bulb eventually, but don’t hold me to that! xx

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