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Talika Free Skin Anti-Blemish Device

Imperfect Box

Talika Free Skin Anti-Blemish Device - Imperfect Box

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Target imperfections with the Talika Free Skin Anti-Blemish Device; the first cosmetic light therapy device inspired by aerospace research. The light tool is suitable for all skin types including a sensitive complexion, but is ideal for those with oily and acne prone skin. Emitting two wavelengths, a blue 440NM light and a red 630NM light, the patented device is designed to combat redness, excess sebum and blemishes. The blue light helps to combat oily skin by regulating sebum production, whilst also targeting a build-up of bacteria to discourage imperfections. Whereas, the red light offers a soothing effect to relieve rashes, irritation and blemishes, therefore visibly eliminating areas of redness. With both lights working harmoniously, the device seeks to reveal a clear complexion that is healthy and comfortable. Simply use two to three times a day and expect instant and long lasting benefits. AA Battery Operated. Batteries NOT Included. 

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