spot treatment

We received the first spot treatment sample. It’s kind of a yellow gel/cream.

First the good stuff:

– It seems to be working for the people who have tried it so far.

– It’s packed with good ingredients.

And the challenges:

– It’s balling up. Gotta fix that.

– It is a 3.5pH and STINGS to high heaven. It’s kinda nice because it’s obviously doing something, but it’s pretty hardcore.

I should be receiving a revised sample soon and I’ll let you guys know how it pans out.

10 Responses to “Spot treatment update”

  • Dave

    Yeah I think the spot treatment is going to be an essential addition to your product catalog. Please try to add this ASAP! I’m looking forward to it and will be some immediately after it comes out.

  • Andrew

    Hi Dan,

    “- It seems to be working for the people who have tried it so far.”
    Can you elaborate please? Working how? What does this do that others dont, etc.


  • Sarah

    I’m also curious about Paul’s question. Does it have BP?

    I recently developed a delayed hypersensitivity (or allergic reaction) to BP. I was using it for more than a year without problems and the regimen was working fantastic, and then all of a sudden i got this rash on my eyelid. At first I thought it was my make up, and then when my other eyelid started swelling too, I thought that it must be the BP since my mother had the same exact allergy to BP (but more severe, and neither of us put it anywhere near our eyes). Now either I’m just going to have to live w/ acne, or find some alternative to BP (maybe this one?). Darnit… ๐Ÿ˜ฅ Cursed genes. But thanks, Dan for my year of perfect skin. It was great while it lasted. I really like your products/site, and I’ll stick w/ AHA and jojoba oil for now.

  • D

    Dan please explain what this spot treatment has that the big named brands out there lack?

    If you don’t manage to fix the “balling up” problem or the sting sensation I don’t think it matters much. A spot treatment can be used over night and you can’t eliminate stinging from every product–a sign that a formulation is working.

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