Tanda Clear Acne Light Therapy Treatment is a light therapy machine that uses blue light beams in 414nm amounts to give you the results you are apparently looking for. They also provide you with a oligopeptide-10 gel that will apparently help you to see greater results when it kills off bacteria and gives you the clear and refreshed skin you want with a new glow.
You pay $400 for the initial machine, and every month after that you pay about $80 for refills on the gel among other things. So this is definitely not an affordable product to say the least and not one that everybody will be running to buy any time soon. Even some other blue light therapies are cheaper than this.
But the big thing is that blue light therapy is not proven. Every clinical study published yet has shown no results, and there have been various other failures that have not been published at this time. They haven’t even realistically been able to get one success story, which is a minimum requirement considering you would actually have to be able to replicate anything you could show in one study in another.
We would not recommend Tanda Clear Acne Light Therapy Treatment. If they do get one successful study, judging by the other facts either it is not legitimate or it would be a clear fluke. Their gel also lacks any acne fighting ingredients, and it’s a lot to pay for any acne treatment, let alone a complete failure. You should choose something else.