Dealing with a stubborn zit? Read this

I believe I first started getting acne when I was around the age of 13. I could be off by a few years; I didn’t exactly make note of when I first noticed a volcanic eruption occurring on my face, if you can imagine that.

Fast-forward to now and I’m still dealing with acne. I’m 27, and to be honest, I wouldn’t be surprised if I’m dealing with this shit when I’m in my 40s at this rate.

I’ve tried my fair share of acne products over the years, and I don’t even want to know how much money I’ve spent along the way. I have, however, managed to find a pimple-clearing product that actually does what it claims to do, and it is the most effective one I’ve used as of yet.

Rael’s Invisible Spot Covers for Surfaced Acne and Whiteheads are the product in question, and trust me when I say these are the best pimple patches I have ever used, and I’ve tried a few. I came across these guys on Amazon and I haven’t looked back since.

These patches come in a variety of sizes, and they even have a large-sized one that is a few inches in length for larger breakout areas. You simply place these puppies on clean skin, press them into the skin to ensure they adhere, and go about your day. I typically put them on my skin before bed, but if I have a particularly nasty zit, I’ll wear a patch during the day, and they’re hardly noticeable. They basically suck all of the shit out of a zit so you don’t have to resort to popping it and potentially leaving a scar, and these patches don’t budge.

These patches are the shit, and they’re a must for anyone who deals with painful, prominent pimples.

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