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Women Are Raving About These Microneedling Pads That Promise To Banish Spots

Women Are Raving About These Microneedling Pads That Promise To Banish Spots

We all hoped that spots were something that we wouldn't have to worry about past our teenage years, but no matter how old we get, we're not immune to the odd unfortunate breakout.

This is why we're constantly searching for products that promise to get rid of pimples ASAP. Enter Vice Reversa's Microneedle Pimple Patches.

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The brand's innovative new patches contain microscopic needles which work by penetrating the spot with ingredients such as Hyaluronic acid, salicylic acid and green tea which are said to heal the spot at the source.

Credit: Instagram/ Chloe Morello
Credit: Instagram/ Chloe Morello

"I don't know what they're from but they're under the skin and never come to a head, and it sometimes takes over a month to get rid of them.

"I (usually) have to go to the skin clinic to get removed. So I'm trying these new pimple patches I've actually had for a while."

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Chloe said she noticed a difference in her pimple after just a few hours.

If you haven't heard of Vice Reversa just yet then it's time to get the beauty brand on your agenda. Having launched in November 2018, with millennial-friendly branding to rival the likes of Glossier, Vice Reversa currently only offer two products.

Credit: Vice Reversa
Credit: Vice Reversa

Aside from their Microneedle Pimple Patches, the hot new brand also sell Microneedle Plumping Patches.

Similarly to the former, the plumping patches penetrate hyaluronic acid, amino acids and peptides into to the skin to brighten, improve elasticity, hydrate and plump. They are designed to be placed under the eyes and on smile lines, and are recommended to be used one times a week, promising noticeable results after four weeks.

The Microneedle Plumping Patches come in packs of eight and cost £34.95.


Featured Image Credit: Vice Reversa

Topics: Hair and Beauty, Style News, Skincare

Ciara Sheppard

Ciara is a freelance journalist working for Tyla. After graduating from the University of Sussex, Ciara worked as a writer at GLAMOUR Magazine and later as the Assistant Editor of Yahoo Style UK.

 

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