Lumie Clear Acne Treatment Light - £107.10 Boots

Lumie Clear Acne Treatment Light - £107.10 Boots

£107.10Boots Deals
Found 27th Mar 2014
Was £149 reduced to £119 but add code "SPR1NG" (thanks to missgem) it takes 10% off bringing it down to £107.10 plus Quidco and 3 years guarantee

Lumie Clear

Double-action red and and blue light therapy for a safe, natural way to treat mild-moderate acne.

The natural way to treat acne

Lumie Clear is a compact hand-held LED light therapy device clinically proven to treat mild to moderate acne. It combines blue light to attack the bacteria that causes acne with red light that soothes inflammation and heals the skin. Lumie Clear has no side effects at all, is not inconvenient and invasive, and is easy to use. It can also be used safely in conjunction with other treatments. Lumie Clear is a one-off expense that can actually work out cheaper than alternatives over time.

Lumie Clear is a proven treatment for mild to moderate acne, without the side effects of drugs and creams
45 blue and red LEDs to kill acne bacteria and reduce inflammation and heal the skin
Hold Lumie Clear next to your skin for 15 minutes of focused treatment or on the adjustable stand for a longer session treating a wider area
You should see a difference within four weeks - call Lumie on 01954 780500 if you don't - and significant improvement after 12 weeks

Mains-powered, 10 x 15 20cm, 753g, 3-year guarantee, Medical Device (class 2a).
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only for crazy ones....
i thought it was a toilet!
Well spotted OP. If I can squeeze in a visit to town I will pop into Boots and puss-ibly get one.

only for crazy ones....

You may not rate this, but it is a proven treatment-much like the light treatment the NHS often prescribe to treat psoriasis.
burst them, burst them all
That hit the spot!
I bought this for £100 about 2 years ago. it works. but you've got to use it everyday. some of the lights have gone bit it's still good.
I think this was around £65 in the pre Christmas lightning deals, but it can on,y be used when plugged into the mains I recall.

i thought it was a toilet!

lol so did i haha
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