Zeno Acne Clearing Device Review

The original Acne Clearing Device uses disposable cartridges, which is, if we're being honest, wasteful. At $ 130 for the original model and $ 160 for the pro model, it's cost is significantly higher than other Zeno devices. The reason for this may be because you can continue to use it for years with the proper care, being that it comes with a wall charger.

You will need to charge the device for at least 8 hours before using the Zeno Acne clearing device for the first time. Once that's done, you set the device to heat itself, and hold the tip to your blemish for 2.5 minutes. Repeat 2-3 times each day until you're pimple is gone, recharging the heating device when necessary.

Zeno Hot Spot Review

The Hot Spot does not require the use of cartridges, but you will have to keep in mind that the device is limited to 80 uses. After the 80 uses you throw the little machine away, which, to be honest, may be just as wasteful as the cartridges on the original model. The hot spot costs $ 40, meaning you'll be paying about $ 0.50 a treatment per pimple. Some people will think this is reasonable, and others will not.

The Hot Spot requires no charging. As soon as you receive it, it's ready to go. Just like with the original device, you hold the heated tip to your blemish for 2.5 minutes a few times a day, until you're satisfied with the results. Like other products from this manufacturer, the Hot Spot is small and attractive.

My advice is that you take other user's experiences into consideration before you set your heart on this. A common complaint about this product is that it turns on too easily, making it easy to waste a use. Being that the Hot Spot is so small, you should hold it by it's sides to make sure you do not waste any uses, being that you only have 80 per device.

A Word About All Zeno Devices

You can choose to use just one or all three of Zeno's devices, but the thing you need to be aware of is that the reviews on Zeno's products are extremely mixed. There are hundreds of people singing each product's praise and hundreds of people disappointed because the devices did nothing for them.

Whatever you spend of this device is basically needs to be money that you're willing to gamble with. No matter how enthusiastic you might be about the science behind this product, do NOT expect miracles. There's no way to tell whether these heat treatment devices will keep your skin looking flawless or if they'll fail to work with your skin type, and end up as bathroom decor.

Another thing to be aware of is that Zeno warns their products are not treatments for cystic acne. Sure, many people find that it works for them on cystic acne, but Zeno makes no claims here.

It also does not do a thing for blackheads, unfortunately.