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Tanda Zap Acne Spot-Treatment Device

$25 for a Tanda Zap Acne Spot-Treatment Device in Blue, Pink, or White ($49 List Price). Free Shipping and Free Returns.

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Questions and Answers 14 questions

Q:

Is the LED just a blue LED or a UV light?

Fouad J.  asked on  Dec 3, 2012

A:

Hi Fouad! The Tanda Zap does not use UV light. The Zap uses 414nm blue LED light, which is not a UV wavelength. Light therapy using LEDs is a proven technology that has been used in clinics for rehabilitation and aesthetic applications for over 35 years. Thousands of scientific studies have proven this technology to be a safe and highly effective way to treat a variety of conditions. The blue light, sonic vibration and warming used by the device delivers a gentle treatment that is appropriate for all skin types and tones.

Kristi D.  from  Groupon  replied on  Dec 3, 2012

Q:

Does this run on batteries or electricity ? Thanks

Emma T.  asked on  Dec 3, 2012

A:

Hi Emma, great question! The Tanda Zap runs on 3 AAA batteries. The Zap has a battery life of about forty to fifty uses, and the Zap will indicate with an orange blinking light when the batteries are running low and need to be replaced.

Kristi D.  from  Groupon  replied on  Dec 3, 2012

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Just to clarify, the 40-50 uses would be the life for one set of batteries. The device will last much longer than this.

Kristi D.  from  Groupon  replied on  Dec 3, 2012

Q:

"the Tanda Zap is good for up to 1,000 uses" and then what? Throw it in the garbage? Thanks.

Sofya  asked on  Dec 3, 2012

A:

Hi Sofya, thanks for asking! The Tanda Zap is programmed to deliver 1000 treatments, which can be a very long time depending on how often you use the Zap. Once 1000 treatments are reached, you will need to replace the Tanda Zap with a new unit. Like all other products, the Tanda ZAP has a lifespan. Topical products use up in 30-60 days, other zit zappers last for 80 treatments, while the Tanda ZAP has 1,000 treatments, which works out to anywhere from $0.25-$0.50 per treatment – a bargain compared to other acne treatments.

Kristi D.  from  Groupon  replied on  Dec 3, 2012

Q:

Is this product safe to use during pregnancy?

Kimberly C.  asked on  Dec 3, 2012

A:

There are no known harmful side effects of light therapy. Thousands of scientific studies have proven this technology to be a safe and highly effective way to treat a variety of conditions. However, it is not advised to use the Tanda Zap if you are pregnant or nursing.

Kristi D.  from  Groupon  replied on  Dec 3, 2012

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