Here’s why you need to try Rael’s pimple patches

It’s no secret to anyone who reads my blog somewhat consistently that acne has been a constant in my life for quite a while. I actually have more acne now, as an adult, than I did when I was a teenager and going through puberty, which is a rather strong indication of my luck with my skin.

I couldn’t tell you how much time, money and effort I have invested in different skincare regimes in an attempt to find something that abolishes my acne once and for all, but I have yet to find products that do just that. I have come across a spot treatment for pimples, though, that is by far the most effective I have used yet, and I wanted to tell all of you about it.

I ordered Rael Beauty’s Miracle Patch Invisible Spot Cover via Amazon, but you can also order them from getrael.com. Intended for surface pimples and whiteheads, the product’s description is as follows, pulled from the website:

“Apply an Invisible Spot Cover to your blemish and let the hydrocolloid absorb pus and oil while protecting your skin against dirt so it can heal and flatten. Because your face doesn’t have a ‘Delete’ button for acne, patching is easier, faster, and more effective at healing pimples than popping them (which FYI actually spreads acne bacteria to nearby pores or deeper into your skin, basically inviting more pimples and future scarring). May ship in single pack of 48-count or 2-packs of 24-count.”

I genuinely have not used a targeted acne product that works as quickly and as successfully as these bad boys do. After one night of wearing a patch, the pimple beneath it is reduced to half its size and is gone typically within two days.

These patches are affordable, easy to access and apply, and ultimately are the best out there, in my opinion.

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