I’ve had a few comments and e-mails about why I haven’t posted about the ReAura for a little while, so I thought that it would make sense to write a quick post about it.
As pretty much anyone who’s ever visited my blog will know, I have nightmare skin. It’s extremely nightmarish at the moment as it’s fairly dry, yet I’m still getting spots. This is mainly due to the fact that I’ve got a few stressful situations occurring at the moment and the first thing to play up is always my skin.
When I started using the ReAura, I had pretty much got control of my skin so it was doable. However, the ReAura cannot be used on spots and it’s been a while since I’ve reached a point where I have no spots at all. Therefore, I have two options: I can either work around the spot prone areas, or I can wait until everything has settled down again and start the treatment again. I’ve chosen the latter as I want to fully benefit from the brilliance of the ReAura, and I’d like to reiterate that; the ReAura had done amazing things for my skin in a seriously short space of time and I’m looking forward to hitting a point where I can realistically use it regularly without having to go around spots. I really want a uniform finish and as a lot of the hyperpigmentation I have is around the spotty areas, I really want to make full use of the ReAura and cover the whole face.
I still get lots of e-mails and comments about the ReAura, often asking me if I think it’s a good idea to use. My answer is this: it isn’t a cheap machine, but if you have problems with uneven skintone, fine lines and/or hyperpigmentation that the normal peel/microdermabrasion/skincare route isn’t having any kind of impact on and you’re considering laser treatment, this is definitely a worthy choice. The positive skin changes I witnessed were phenomenal – let’s not forget that I only did about 6 treatments in total – and I will definitely start treatment again as soon as the timing is right for my skin.
If you have any questions or things you would like to run past me about the ReAura then please feel free to either comment on a post, or e-mail me at email@example.com
In the meantime, if you fancy checking out other people’s experience of the ReAura, there are now quite a few bloggers trying it out so it’s worth having a Google. I’ll update when I start to use it again which I really hope will be very soon!