Zit Zapping Power!

If you had told me that I would come to a point in my life where I would be battling both zits and wrinkles, I would have scoffed in amusement. At 13, when I was covering my face in thick concealer, desperate to hide that overly blemished face, I somehow believed that once I hit 20, I’d just never have zits again. Pimples are for teenagers, right?

Lol.

And here I am, sliding my way through my 30’s, wondering how to keep those crows feet from growing, begging the grey hairs to stay away, and cursing the zits that keep popping up.

Just for teenagers? That was wishful thinking.

I’ve tried creams and potions. Oils and lotions. Things that dried out my skin and bleached my towels. Products that made my breakouts worse, or had no impact at all. In my desperate attempts to calm the storm, I’ve tried just about everything, and never found anything that works quite as well as the Beauty From Bees Spot Treatment!

Jammed full of powerful, blemish-banishing ingredients, this tiny bottle is packed with punch. It boasts a great variety of essential oils, each selected for their ability to reduce redness and swelling, and get those pimples cleared up before you can no longer resist the urge to pick and pop them. While it heals, it actually improves the appearance and health of your skin. Clearing up the problem spots and leaving healthier skin behind  

Using it is as easy as taking a drop on a finger, and massaging it into the offending areas a couple of times a day. I use it morning and night after washing my face, and I am seriously amazed at just how effective it is. Within days, the redness has all but gone away, and that once throbbing mountain has been reduced to nothing more than a spot. My zits clear up faster, leave no lasting marks on my skin, and my breakouts in general seem to be fewer and further in between.

Faster healing, fewer blemishes, and skin that I am proud to wear. What more could you ask for?

 

Kelsey Kitt is a work-at-home-mom of three in northern Alberta. When she’s not chasing kids around, she is also a freelance copywriter, wine lover, and Parental Guidance content creator. You can follow her and all her family’s adventures on Instagram at @mommydoesntlie.



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