The Pimple Potion With Activated Charcoal, Salicylic Acid and Hyaluronic Acid - For a spot free complextion
So you’re just about to start the day and you notice a huge breakout - we’ve got just the thing!
The Pimple potion is our most Advanced and Powerful Spot treating Serum designed to target skin imperfections and blemishes from the moment of Application.
Made with Tea Tree, Witch Hazell, Activated Charcoal and Salicylic Acid it will deliver potent and fast working ingredients straight to the source of concern.
Gently exfoliating the inside walls of the skin (pores) this Solution clears and clarifies the complexion. The charcoal absorbs grease, grime and unwanted particles from the skin and Witch Hazell acts as an anti-inflammatory.
✰ Clears Spots, Pimples, Blemishes and Emerging spots
✰ Clears Pores and your Complexion
✰ Visibly Reduces Redness
✰ Encourages Cell turnover
✰ Moisturises skin
HOW TO USE
To be used directly over blemishes, apply a small amount to the area of concern and with clean hands gently rub in. Wash hands after use. The handy syringe pumps out just the right amount per time and keeps the product fresh and hygienic.
Start with one application daily - preferably at night. If dryness or peeling occurs reduce application to every other day.
Patch testing is advised 24 hours before use to ensure no adverse reactions to the ingredients. Avoid application to the eye area. Use a sunscreen and limit sun exposure while using the week after. Not for use on sensitive skin. If you develop severe irritation, hives, swelling of eyes and mouth, blistering, or difficulty breathing, rinse off, cease use and consult a physician right away. Keep out of reach of children. This formula should not be used on sensitive, peeling or compromised skin.
Avena Sativa (Oat) Kernel Extract, Melaleuca Alternafolia (Tea Tree) Leaf Oil, Xanthan Gum, Citric Acid, Preservative K (Benzyl alcohol, Phenoxyethanol, Potassium sorbate, Tocopherol).
✰ Fragrance ✰ Unnatural Ingredients ✰ Silicone ✰ Gluten ✰ Alcohol
(Note: This product is not medicine. If you are fighting extensive or persistent acne, please consult a physician. Effective medicine exists to fight acne successfully, including retinoic acid and benzoyl peroxide.)