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on 6/11/2012 4:05:00 PM
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Skin: Combination, Fair, Not Sure
Hair: Brunette, Other, Medium
The Talika duo is a round, disc-like device that emits orange light on one side to stimulate collagen production and green light on the other to reduce pigmentation on the skin. The device was created based on NASA research. I used to use this twice a day (it turns off on a timer) but have now reduced it to once a day due to laziness. I couldn't tell if the collagen booster side worked or not as I don't have many fine lines but I did notice the eye area around the outer part of my lid looking lifted and less droopy. The most significant difference was the fading of patches of pigmentation I had on my cheeks. These were resistant to all whitening products including hydroquinone. There were remnants of a sunburn that caused me excruciating pain when I put on clothes or let anything come in contact with my sun damaged skin (I was stuck on a boat with no sunscreen to reapply for 8 hours). The patches have faded so much that they are almost invisible under a sheer coat of foundation. This was after 2 months of diligent use. This product is definitely pricey but costs a lot less that IPL sessions at a clinic. It comes with a charger that is dual voltage so you can travel around the world with it! Also, you can charge it via your computer because it has a USB cable. I was so impressed with this device that I recently bought their cream booster. Will review it after I've used it for a month or so.
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