Wednesday, 5 September 2012

Origins Super Spot Remover - Reviewed!

Today's review is going to be on one of the most talked about skincare products at the moment, the Origins Super Spot Remover. As someone who suffers from blemishes when I hear about a product which will fight away blemishes I have to try it! 
 Firstly the bottle is tiny, like really small but I do think the it is such a cute size. The product itself is a clear gel but dries a little white. 
Now this is a Salicylic Acid treatment which is known to help with blemishes. The thing that appealed to me about this that the Origins brand on a whole using natural ingredients which is definitely something i'm trying to use more with skincare. It also has caffeine to help reduce the redness after a blemish which I definitely suffer from.
The scent of this is very strong and a little off putting at first. Also when you first apply it, it does sting which for me means it's working. I have noticed that after using this my skin can peel a little around where the blemish was, to get around this I have found that using an intensive moisturiser after helps and exfoliating. I tend to use it every other night when I have a bad blemish to help stop the peeling and I find that works best for me. 

All in all this is a great product for reducing and healing blemishes but be warned that it can cause peeling which for me has been the only downside. I think this little bottle will also last a long time because you don't need a lot of product, less is definitely more with this one.

Origins Super Spot Remover retails for £12.00.

Have you tried this? What products do you reach for when you have a blemish?


4 comments:

  1. The skin pealing worries me a bit. I suffer with it already so I know this would really irritate my skin. I'm going to try out the witch blemish stick first and see it that works

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  2. I've always used the Witch Stick up until now, but this looks like a good product - it's just a shame about the price tag! xo

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  3. I find so many acne treatments lead to peeling...thanks for an honest review Helen. This product is definitely on my beauty wishlist! Continue enjoying your holiday :)

    xx Veronica

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  4. I had a code for £10 off a boots online shop and I was already doing a big shop as I need to stock up on nappies, baby wipes and ludicrously expensive toddler snacks for my little one, so I thought I'd use the £10 off, money to get some of this stuff as I keep hearing about it and I am just at the end of my tether with the bad skin stuff - I'm pretty new to cosmetics (well, properly anyway, rather than just a bit of lip gloss etc) so I'm not so good at covering blemishes up and mine always take Aaaages to heal due to a condition I have.

    I'm so so hoping that it works and your review gives me some hope. I already suffer from lots of peely skin around spots anyway, but to be honest it couldn't be much worse than it is now. *fingers crossed*!



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