HOW TO GET RID OF A PIMPLE OVERNIGHT!
Wow you guys! Yesterday night I had this giant zit under my mouth that was inflamed and hurt me so much! Conveniently, I still had something in my drawer waiting for an occasion just like this: the Kate Somerville EradiKate!
What does it do? This powerful pink acne treatment is formulated with 10 percent Sulfur—the highest level allowed to effectively fight acne—to help clear skin of blemishes and acne-causing bacteria. It also contains AHAs to reduce the appearance of enlarged pores and help control sebum production. This acne treatment also prevents future breakouts, resulting in a clearer complexion. Did it work?
YES! Immediately after applying the swab the pain went away! I put it on yesterday night at 9PM and today I woke up at 7AM and it felt dried out and was so much smaller and no pain anymore!
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It looks like a cotton swab, but the side that has the 10 % sulfur on it is pink. The other side you have to snap off and then you turn it vertically with the pink tip down and apply it on the zit.
I checked the ingredients, and I know now why the pain went away: the Camphor in it numbs the pain. It also includes Salicylic Acid which is great to dry out blemishes.
-Sulfur 10%: Helps clear skin of blemishes and acne-causing bacteria in the highest concentration allowed.
-Alpha Hydroxy Acids: Reduce the appearance of enlarged pores and help control sebum production.
Alcohol, Benzalkonium Chloride, Benzyl Alcohol, Camphor, Chlorphenesin, Disodium Carboxyethyl Siliconate, Glycerin, Iron Oxides (CI 77491), Isopropyl Alcohol, Polyvinyl Alcohol, Salicylic Acid, Titanium Dioxide (CI 77891), Water.
Can you see on the before picture, how inflamed and painful my zit was yesterday night? The whole area that was red felt so painful! Only a couple hours later it got so much smaller and no pain anymore.
I really think this is a great tool to have in my drawer in case of an "zit-emergency"! I feel so much better now!
Thank you Kate Somerville for EradiKate!
Have you tried it?