The good people at Dermalogica read about how I popped my pimples and were flabbergasted. Popping pimples is a no-no and can cause scarring so they sent me Dermalogica Concealing Spot Treatment to make me change from my naughty ways. Did I like it? Well, read on for my review…
What Dermalogica Say
An intense treatment with a natural-looking tint ideal for daytime coverage of breakouts. Sulfur and Zinc Oxide quickly target, conceal and help clear breakouts. An amazing alternative for those who prefer treatment products free of Benzoyl Peroxide. Contains no artificial fragrance or color.
What I Say
Now, I have desert-dry skin which means I rarely get spots so if you’ve read my post on zits, you’ll know that when one does creep up, I get uber-excited about popping the sucker. But I was willing to give Dermalogica Concealing Spot Treatment a try and so I waited…and waited…and waited for the formation of a zit.
One evening, I felt the throbbing power of a chin zit and ooh la, la! I looked in the mirror and there was indeed a red pulsing spot which was in its initial stages of birth. This is the stage where I’d usually touch it with dirty fingers to make it ripen faster, but this time, I brought out Dermalogica Concealing Spot Treatment.
Dermalogica Spot Treatment magically blended into my skin colour and toned down the redness of the spot. I didn’t think much of it as I went to bed. I woke up the next morning to see that the spot had diminished in size and the redness was gone. Another dab of the product and by the very next day, there were no remnants of the chin zit.
A miracle? Well, it’s difficult to say because I’ve only tried it on one spot..and I’ve been waiting but I haven’t had another zit for a while. Don’t look at my Husband because he NEVER gets spots. So it’s pretty hard to say based on one spot. But I was impressed with how well it concealed and dealt with that one spot.
I may do an updated review on this product if the opportunity arises.
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