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Natalie
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Not Exactly Worth the Investment



October4, 2011

Zeno has become increasingly popular and is known as the "zit zapper". It is sold in stores such as CVS, Rite-Aid, grocery stores and the likes and even has been reviewed by dermatologists to be a useful acne solution. This little device can be costly though, mine was over $50(many are over $100), and the cartridges are pretty pricey to refill it. It runs off of batteries as well so that's an additional cost. I wouldn't recommend purchasing it unless you are one of those people who have tried everything else and have moderate to severe breakouts frequently. For someone with mild to nonexistent breakouts you are better off purchasing a salicylic acid treatment or the likes in stead.

I found the Zeno to be rather confusing and takes longer to work than I expected. I didn't seen results from it at all. It supposedly works with heat to get rid of breakouts but the heat wasn't all that hot or discomforting (which is a good thing) and didn't "feel" like it was doing anything. I tried it for three weeks and never saw a result. I had read many mixed reviews before purchasing one for myself and have to say that I was disappointed. I found it to be a waste of money, time and patience.

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