This is a sponsored post written on behalf of SkinKick. All opinions are my own.
This week I had the pleasure of testing out SkinKick on my blemished face. The experience was extremely pleasant and I did not break out while I was using the product at all. SkinKick has an interesting story. They do not add benzoyl peroxide or salicylic acid to their products. This kept me from getting red or burning while using the product over the last 7 days.
Photos c/o Krystally Photography
The first step is with the SkinKick Skin Wash that you can use on your face and neck. I started by rubbing about a quarter-size amount of the Skin Wash over your wet face. I used circular motions with my fingers most days and twice this week I used the Clarisonic with the Skin Wash. I liked the texture and it felt like my face was extremely clean and had a great texture. The Skin Wash lightly exfoliates with finely ground coconut shell.
The formula is said to have an exclusive B3 Technology that combines natural ingredients from the Amazon Rainforest to kick blemishes and end constant breakouts. It kicked the blemishes for me this week. I hope the blemish free lifestyle continues. That would be amazing! SkinKick uses absolutely no drugs and no harsh chemicals such as benzoyl peroxide salicylic acid or sulphur. SkinKick users have see visible results overnight and clearer skin in less than a week.
The next step is the Blemish Lotion. I rubbed a tiny amount on my problem areas – chin, upper lip, nose, and cheeks. The smell of the blemish lotion reminds me of the spa. I supposed that some of the ingredients are infused at my spa. The smells are from the Amazon Rainforest: Cat’s Claw Extract, Dragon’s Blood Resin and Black Willow Bark.
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