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Zeno Pro Acne Clearing Device: Best Acne Treatment

Updated on August 1, 2009

Clear skin -- finally!

This is the second article in our series in search of the best acne treatment. As always, I encourage you to read this article and/or click on the Amazon link I’ve provided to this product. Either way you will get a full description of the product. Although the benefit of Amazon is obviously that they can provide you with more information, especially in the form of 58 customer reviews, than I can here.

That said, we will be looking at Zeno’s Pro Acne Clearing Device in this article to see what the pros and cons of this acne-fighting method are. I will do my best to keep my own editorial opinions out of this, so that you can have as impartial a view as possible in determining if this is indeed the best acne treatment out there today.

Last thing before we get into the review: Remember my mantra which is, “Try, try, try.” Experiment until you find what works for you. There are many acne remedies available today, so don’t let them pass you by while all the while your acne is not abating.

Pros of Zeno's Acne Treatment

The Zeno Clearing Device is literally a device; not a cream or gel, etc. It works by applying heat to areas where you have pimples that have not yet surfaced. (You know when you can just feel them trying to find a way out from under there?) The device is actually a little handheld electrical thing that heats up, and then you press it on your skin. The heat is transferred through a little metal pad. This is truly a unique remedy.

Zeno claims that you only need to apply its treatment two or three times over a 24 hour period and your acne will already begin to clear up. It’s hard to believe, but there are definitely some glowing testimonials over on Amazon. The first one in particular is very heartwarming because in it the girl states that she had tried every acne cream and gel under the sun before she got the Zeno Clearing Device. She couldn’t even go out with friends anymore it was that bad. But alas Zeno started to work almost immediately for her.

For Those Painful Pimples

Our case study goes on to state that she used to have the most painful type of acne: the kind where the pimples are so big they’re just bulging through your skin and you need to take aspirin. Because of the success she quickly found with the acne clearing device, this leads me to believe that maybe it does its best work for big isolated single pimples. I don’t know if that’s what Zeno says; I’m just speculating.

All in all, Zeno’s status as the best acne treatment will remain disputable. It is really for the person who is just fed up and tired and is willing to proactively stop acne before it surfaces. That is it’s real gift: to use the heat to go down under the skin and stop zits before they show their “face”. If that is you then I suggest you buy it and try it.

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      Hannah 

      7 years ago

      Don't like the fact that you pay this much money and then have to pay more to replace the tips. I've been using Klima Health Solution's Magic Wand. It's almost the same thing as the Zeno, but you don't have to replace the tip and it doesn't get super hot.

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      jeremytorres 

      7 years ago

      Lots of information.

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      almasi 

      7 years ago

      Love your mantra "Try, try, try" which applies to ensure success in other facets of life and not just on the face to treat acne.

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