Wednesday 10 August 2016

Hit the spot: Cleanse your skin with Kaya's Purifying Spot Corrector

Kaya's Purifying Spot Corrector

My search for focused acne treatment came to an end with Kaya Purifying Spot Corrector. Unlike other products that need to be applied all over the face, the spot corrector allowed me to tackle acne one blemish at a time, with precision.
I suffer from acne, like millions of others across the globe. Thankfully, clusters of pimples have never plagued my face. I just get two or three lesions at random locations. However, they’re persistent, and rarely shrink or lose their redness.
That got me looking for a product that could be used to fight acne and pimples as and when they popped up. Eventually, I got what I was looking for in Kaya Purifying Spot Corrector. Here’s my experience.
The packaging
The packaging is quite nifty. It’s cylindrical in shape with a transparent casing containing the fluid. The cap is chromed, with an applicator fixed in its cavity. All I had to do is dip the applicator in the serum and dab it on the zits.
The serum contains a fair bit of camphor. It, however, isn’t there only to impart fragrance. The painful, burning lesions that come with an acne breakout are effectively cooled by the camphor.
Zinc sulfate is another ingredient present in this serum. It’s an essential mineral that thwarts acne with its astringent property. Salicylic acid also gets to work instantly, targeting oil present in hair follicles, exfoliating skin pores, and emptying comedones. Glycolic Acid, a naturally occurring alpha hydroxy acid sourced from sugarcanes, exfoliates the skin. It penetrates the skin walls, improving skin clarity and making it smoother.

Kaya's Purifying Spot Corrector

The final component is Witch Hazel. It has high antioxidant content and is an astringent that dries out blemishes and enhances skin clarity.
The end result
I had 4 zits when I used this Kaya product. The low number of pimples made it easy to test the corrector’s acne-removing ability. And it didn’t disappoint. After using the corrector for 2 days, the zits started subsiding, and the pain was completely gone. Within a week, they were gone for good, and so were their scars.

To read customer experiences regarding Kaya’s wide range of skincare and hair care products and services, visit Kaya Skin Clinic Reviews.

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