Skin Spotting: Tanda Zaps Zits (and we love that)

Written by Bryce

In the never-ending search for flawless skin, I can honestly say I think I’ve tried everything. I’ve tried mud masks, ion-infused rinses, microderm treatments, varied acids, oils, creams, and potions… and still, nothing can fight hormonal bursts of skin BS. As much as we all try to topically solve our skin issues, the surface only accounts for a portion of our woes- often leaving us with the occasional nasty zit that comes at the worst possible time.

In walks Tanda’s Zap. And it’s cheaper than a lot of the overpriced creams we all keep in our medicine cabinets.

“Acne breakouts occur when hormonal changes cause our sebaceous glands to produce excess sebum (oil), P. acnes bacteria feed on the sebum and multiply, clogged pores trap the multiplying P. acnes bacteria and white blood cells move in to fight off the invading bacteria -the result, a pimple.Β  Blue LED light has been clinically proven to kill acne-causing P. acnes bacteria, clearing existing blemishes and preventing future outbreaks.”

Basically, the magic solution to nasty zits is to apply a little Tanda blue light therapy the day before your big event, and the day of (a couple times). At a bare minimum it’ll either shrink the little bugger to concealer-worthy dimensions or bring all the gunk to the surface so it can drain quickly and painlessly without all the skin drama.

And, if clear skin on the cheap wasn’t enough to make you fall in love (seriously, your heart is colder than ice if clear skin doesn’t get through to you), Tanda is standing up to bullies everywhere by partnering with STOMP Out Bullying. All you have to do is visit , click on the Zap Bullying tab and β€˜Vote’ to Zap Bullying.Β  For every vote the brand receives, $1 will be donated to STOMP Out Bullying.

About the author


Bryce Gruber is a Manhattanite mom who can be found jet-setting off to every corner of the globe. She loves exotic places, planes with WiFi, summer clothes, & Sucre brown butter truffles. Bryce's aim is to do to luxury what Elton John did to being gay. Follow her on twitter @brycegruber

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