True to my word, here is my rant about my forehead zit… A few days ago, I looked in the mirror and saw Mount Everest residing on the left side of my forehead.
I’ve got to say that: as someone who could barely walk without limping at the time, I saw the silver lining in not having to pay for plane tickets to see the great sights of Everest. However, this happiness soon turned to annoyance (and pain) at the fact that it wasn’t Everest, just a HUGE zit that I couldn’t take selfies with because of its unattractiveness (and one that hurt like a HCTIB).
Although I forced (with love, bribery and absolute sheer persuasion) my friend to pop round and cut a fringe, I knew I had to treat it too. So, I bought the Witch Blemish Stick.
- Helps to break down excess oils and fight the bacteria that causes spots
- Dab on as often as required when blemishes first appear
- Naturally clear, oil free and dermatologically tested
Main ingredient/s: Witch Hazel. Do I think witches exist? Two words/names: “Sabrina Spellman”. Oh, there’s alcohol in it too btw. One word: tequila!
USP/s: it’s natural and organic. Oil Free. Dermatologically tested.
How To apply the Witch Blemish Stick: if you’ve got a spot, roll it on and around it. This stick helps to break down excess oil and fight the bacteria that causes spots.
I just noticed it says: “dab as often as you like when blemishes first appear.” Lols! Let’s all laugh together… If for whatever reason you notice a residue leaving your eye sockets, that right there is you CRYING at my misfortune. I’ll send you a box of Kleenex via DHL…
My findings: it’s cooling upon application after the initial stings like a BEE feeling eases off (that’s the alcohol doing its work).
On a serious note, Tea Tree and Witch Hazel has worked very well for me in the past so I thought I’d give this a go as well… Did it? Well, the only thing I can say for sure is: it’s reduced in size. What used to be a mammoth PIMPLE is now your average spot… Basically, where it used to take up my entire forehead, now it just takes up half of it. (Progress).
Another thing, it used to look red and inflamed – now it just looks like a flattened puss-y mess. Nice! If you didn’t want to date the heck out of me before reading this post, I just know that you do now…
Realistically, the fact that I’ve still got the spot means that Witch’s Blemish Stick may not be getting the full rave review… However, in its defense, my spot was mutant, so I’m not expecting it to magically disappear (well, I was in the ideal world but I knew it wouldn’t). Having said that, there is absolutely no denying that it’s gone down in size and redness. Then again, could it just be nature taking its course?
Would I still have seen these results had I not used Witch’s Blemish Stick? I don’t know. I’m in two minds. On the one hand, I’m hoping so as it’d mean my skin and horemones are NOT bionic, and they are able to withstand the healing of spot. On the other, I’m also hoping it’s just Witch Blemish Stick’s work so that I can plug it on my blog.
Until next time, spot the difference – or don’t. Whatever. Love & light to you 24 hours a day, seven days a week, four weeks a month and 12 months a year. ❤️
P.S. I’m very attractive spot or no spot, just ask my mum, she’ll tell you (and I didn’t even have to pay her). 😆