- Acne Prone
- Hormonal Zits
- Occasional Zits
- Common Breakouts
I generally suffer from hormonal acne, around that time of the month, and I have to say, the zitkiller patches are probably the best product I’ve used for pimple reduction. I generally have to use it two nights in a row to see a real difference but when compared to normal spot treatments, two days is a near miracle. In two days my pimples are not completely gone, but they are much improved. There’s a couple of reasons I wouldn’t give this 5 stars though: mainly the price and packaging. These stickers are expensive and at $29 for a pack of 8, and needing at least 2 (maybe 3) for a noticeable result, you’re looking at over $7 to treat one pimple. The packaging is also wasteful. While having each patch individually packaged is hygienic, these arrive in a box, and within the box are individual packages, within those packages are plastic containers and then the sticker on a backing within the plastic. It’s a bit much.
As for the hyperfade, I’m not sure I see much of difference in fading my scars, but my biggest issue is that these stickers do not stay on overnight. I’ve tried 4 of them, on clean skin, and after 3 hours the patch begins sliding off my face. This doesn’t happen with the zitkiller patch, only the hyperfade