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Zeno Mini Acne Clearing Device: Best Treatment

Updated on August 1, 2009

The Zeno Mini

Zeno Mini Acne Clearing Device for older women
Zeno Mini Acne Clearing Device for older women

In today’s installment of Best Acne Treatment, we are looking at the Zeno Mini Acne Clearing Device. Interestingly, it comes in both white and black coloring. Anyway, like some of Zeno’s other clearing devices, this one works by transferring heat from itself into the affected area. It runs down through the follicle and through a scientific turn of events causes an acne blemish to disappear. It is not a cream or a gel; it is an electronic device.

How to Use the Zeno Mini Acne Clearing Device

Zeno suggests you only use the device to clear your acne blemishes two to three times a day; and only for a couple minutes at a time. I know the temptation will be to stick it on there and sit down and watch Lost for an hour but there could be some consequences to that. I always advise people to stick to what the manufacturer suggests; at least until you have a lot of experience with a treatment at which point maybe you have some understanding of how it works.

Zeno clearly outsmarts pimples

Is It Successful at Getting Rid of Acne

It is designed for people with mild to moderate acne. I’m not going to say don’t try it if your have a sever case, but you will probably be less successful. For you I would suggest Benzoyl Peroxide, such as Neutrogena’s Advanced Care solution. If your problem is acne scars, then I would suggest reading up on treatments for that ailment at Acne Scar Removal Now.

But for the person who fits the description (moderate or less), then I can say that there have definitely been a lot of success cases that have used the Zeno Acne Clearing Device. Is it the best acne treatment ever? That is really an individual question. All body types and hereditary issues are different. (Hence my advice of try a bunch of stuff until something works and then build on that.)

Women in their 30’s have found unusual success with this product. Why is that? I have no clue, but all the positive reviews I have seen are by women who are in their 30’s. It sort of makes sense because that is the type of person who may just have occasional blemishes, so they want something like Zeno’s heat pad that can just tidy up that last little bit of acne that topical treatments haven’t been able to finally get rid of.

The heat clearing device does a great job of fighting isolated battles underneath the facial skin, and I can’t commend the company enough for innovating a new way to do more than simply contain the flow of pimples on the skin. Proactively taking this on has set Zeno apart from some other makers, in my opinion.


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    • almasi profile image


      7 years ago

      Thanks for an informative hub.

    • Will James profile imageAUTHOR

      Will James 

      9 years ago from New York, NY

      Oh yeah I know. It would've been great. Woulda shoulda coulda...

      At least it's out there now for teens and women in their 20's and 30's who need to clear their acne. Even men, too, but I think it may be geared more towards women.

    • agrande profile image


      9 years ago from Oregon, USA

      I wish they would have had something like the zeno mini acne clearing device when I was a teen. I had to take anti-biotics and light treatment and still had acne.


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