*This post was sponsored by Neutrogena. However, as always, all thoughts and opinions are my own.
It’s not that often that I discuss skincare on my blog or social media and perhaps it’s because, like most people, I’m actually quite self-conscious about my skin. In fact, I have quite a robust skincare regimen, which I try to stick to as best as possible. And because I spend a lot of time in front of the camera and attending industry events every week, having clear, smooth skin is definitely top of mind for me.
I’m sure you can all agree, there’s nothing worse than waking up and realizing you have a breakout on your face. Even the smallest blemish can be a mood killer. Since I’m always on the hunt for the newest solution, I recently tried out Neutrogena‘s Light Therapy Acne Spot Treatment. It’s the perfect on-the-go solution, using a targeted dose of blue light to kill acne-causing bacteria and red light to reduce inflammation. It’s super easy to use and I can confidently say that it really works! Each treatment is two minutes long and the device automatically shuts off when the time is up, making it foolproof to use. Neutrogena recommends using the device on breakouts three times per day until they’re gone. After my first two-minute treatment, I already noticed a difference. In fact, it’s clinically proven to speed the reduction of breakouts.
The Neutrogena Light Therapy Acne Spot device is also pocket-size, making it easy to bring around with me throughout the day. So, even the reflection of a mirrored window is enough to sneak in a quick mid-day treatment. You could easily take it into a bathroom or use your phone camera as a mirror too.
With both the Toronto International Film Festival and Toronto Fashion Week coming up in the next few weeks, I want my skin to be looking and feeling its best. While the unexpected breakout is, well, always unexpected, I’ve got the confidence that I’ll be just fine with the help of the Neutrogena Light Therapy Acne Spot Treatment. Give it a try for yourself! You can find it, available now, for $34.99 at Shoppers Drug Mart.