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How To Use A Spot Treatment Properly


This blog post and video is in collaboration with VERDURA naturalternatives.

Have you ever wondered if you’re using your spot treatment correctly? Should you put it on before or after your moisturizer, or does it make a difference?

In my opinion, how you use your spot treatment actually makes a HUGE difference if your spot treatment will work well or not. In fact, if you put your spot treatment on at the wrong step, you might even risk damaging your skin.

I love watching YouTube beauty and lifestyle videos, but when I see people’s skincare routines, they’re usually applying their spot treatments all wrong! If only they switched things around, they’d get much better results.

So, if you want to make sure you’re using your spot treatment correctly, check out today’s video below.

In the video I will show you how to apply a spot treatment to help shrink and heal pimples, and prevent scarring. Plus, I also go over all my own personal do’s and don’ts when using a spot treatment, so the active ingredients really target and treat your pimples and don’t mess with the rest of your skin.

How to use a spot treatment in your skincare routine, featuring VERDURA naturalternatives Blue Fairy Concentrate.

The spot treatment I’m using in the video demo is VERDURA naturalternatives – Blue Fairy Concentrate. You can check out my review here. This is by far the best spot treatment I’ve ever used (and I’ve tried A LOT!). It’s actually a face oil, but I much prefer it as a spot treatment just used on pimples and breakouts. It’s quite strong to use all over your face, I would only do that if you have a lot of breakouts (and probably just start with once a day). Not only is it great for helping pimples clear up, but I find it really helps decongest clogged pores. I get clogged pores and a few raised bumps around my nose and mouth area, and this is the only product that has made a significant difference. I’ve also used it for treating back acne, and works a dream.

The Blue Fairy Concentrate comes in two sizes: regular size and a travel size (the travel size is perfect to use as a spot treatment, it has a roller ball applicator and a little goes a long way. If you are using it as a facial oil or for back acne, I would go with the larger size).

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About the Author

Natasha St. Michael is a Certified Holistic Health Coach and Natural Health Educator accredited by the Institute For Integrative Nutrition. She is a member of the American Association For Drugless Practitioners. For over a decade, Natasha has been coaching her clients how to improve their diet, lifestyle and skin care routine to reach their health goals and have clear youthful skin.


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  1. Hi! Thanks! Yes, it’s really breaking out! I have sooo many tiny bumps on my forehead I’m now doing a simple skin care routine. How can I get rid of my tiny bumps? It bothers me and I don’t want to go outside

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