So I am officially rubbish as I’m not doing a great job at keeping my ReAura log updated nor am I doing a particularly good job at keeping up with the treatments, but I have a very good argument as to why! Hear me out; for as long as I can remember, I’ve been working really hard at maintaining a strict skincare regime in an attempt to improve my rubbish skin. However, the motivation really isn’t there any more as I don’t really have to do much now to keep my skin looking lovely as it doesn’t really need much help. I was really interested to read that a study into the impact of the ReAura on the skin showed “significant improvement” in porphyrins, which are bacterial excretions that can cause acne (article here) as I haven’t suffered from any major breakouts since I began treatment apart from a minor breakout when I used a cleansing lotion that I’d used previously and broke out with then, and a massive spot on the side of my nose (which I’m actually recording to write about, so expect some truly gruesome close-ups in another post shortly….I like to give my readers something to look forward to) but nothing in the usual target areas; my chin and lower cheeks. I have absolutely no idea whether this is due to the ReAura or not, I have no way of proving it and the fact that my skin was on it’s way to clearing up could well mean that it cleared itself up coincidentally during my ReAura treatment. I really don’t want to state that I feel the ReAura has cured my acne as I really don’t want people to buy this gadget on this basis, but I just feel that my skin has suddenly become normal/oily (as opposed to oily/acne-prone) and is the best it’s ever been and I can only conclude that it’s got something to do with the ReAura.
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