For most of the year, other than the odd hormonal breakout, my skin is fairly well-behaved, but when Summer arrives I seem to get more blemishes as my skin adjusts to the heat. Switching to a lighter moisturiser helps, but what about when a spot strikes or you feel that familiar tingling under the skin? Is there anything that can prevent that spot from emerging, or if it does speed up the healing?
The answer to that is yes; Australian Bodycare Blemish Stick (10ml, £5.99)* is the perfect product, not only to prevent breakouts but also provide on the go relief. Featuring Tea Tree Oil, known for its antibacterial properties this blemish stick can literally stop spots in their track by blitzing spot causing bacteria. With Witch Hazel, a gentle astringent which reduces redness and inflammation, Panthenol to aid healing and Allantoin to soothe and repair the skin the formula helps clear spots quickly. The blemish stick is also great at relieving insect bites making it a product that all the family can benefit from.
The blemish stick is so easy to use; simply apply it to the affected area using the convenient and hygienic roller-ball applicator. Its small size means it ideal for slipping into your handbag for emergency touch-ups and is perfect for travel. Unlike some spot treatments I’ve tried in the past, which can sting and cause excessive dryness, this one feels very gentle and contains emollients to prevent the skin from feeling taut or stripped.
There is nothing worse than a breakout that appears moments before a big occasion (and I never expected to still be getting spots in my thirties), but with Australian Bodycare Blemish Stick on hand to reduce redness and speed up healing you’ll soon be saying goodbye to spots and hello to a clearer complexion.
Australian Bodycare Blemish Stick is available at selected online retailers including Feel Unique and QVC, and you can also find out more about the brand and their products on the Australian Bodycare website.
Have you tried Australian Bodycare? What products do you reach for when your skin breaks out?