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If you’re a fan of the pimple-removing, hydrocolloid stickers that you put on your face, listen up. Starface, the brand behind the colorful pimple patches meant to be seen, just released its biggest product yet.
Starface Fruit Pack, $12.99
The Fruit Pack is a set of the brand’s largest pimple patches to date. In fact, they’re four times larger than the original Hydro-Stars (and equally as cute). They’re for “bacne,” “buttne” and all other body acne spots, as well as extra deep zits and multiple-pimple situations. According to the product description, they use the brand’s hydrocolloid and 1% salicylic acid formula to shrink and soothe zits by dissolving dead skin cells and unclogging pores.
However, if you’re reading this and wondering what in the world is a hydrocolloid, it’s a material that absorbs fluid. If you’ve never used a hydrocolloid pimple patch, you may have used a hydrocolloid blister Band-Aid — they pretty much do the same thing. By absorbing fluid, these patches can seriously shrink a pimple overnight.
Additionally, patches like these are helpful because they block bacteria from getting into your open skin and they can help stop you from picking at your zits. There are wins all around, people.
The Fruit Pack comes with eight XXL fruity patches for only $12.99. If you go to school, make sure you sign up to get the brand’s student discount so you can save some cash in addition to saving face.
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