Getting a zit is bad but popping a zit can be as disastrous as the blemish itself... I remember my most embarrassing moment in my early 20's. It was the night before a big date with a guy I was swooning over and of course there was a huge pimple size of a moon right above to my lips. I should have listened to my mom's advice to never pick, gouge, pop, scratch or squeeze the damn zit. But I wanted it gone! The horrid I went through that evening trying all these ways to conceal it all but making it worse. The pimple not only came back bigger, but it left a scar for about a month. Someone even pointed it out at one point, thinking I had food on my lips. Yeah really embarrassing. But eventually, EVENTUALLY, it dried up and healed. Oh and that guy? My zit definitely lasted longer than him. The moral to this story? First, never pop a zit (especially not for a guy!); and second, always make sure to have good acne products, like Zapzyt, on hand.

I'm now almost thirty (shhh, don't tell) and I still break out especially around that time of the month but Zapzyt has saved me on many occasions. I've been using their Acne Treatment Gel for 3 years (yes it WORKS). I accidentally found it at Walmart for $5, it's cheaper than the other brands, and gave me amazing results. Using it on the problem areas with moisturizer, and not all over my face, is what worked best for me. My new obsession is their Pore Clearing Scrub with gentle exfoliating beads to get rid of those annoying blackheads around my nose. I’ve passed on the products to both my siblings in middle/high school and it has worked well for them. I wish I had known about these products back in high school days…Oh how I don’t miss you puberty.

Do you remember your most embarrassing zit catastrophe? How’d you get rid of it?  5 people to comment with their emails will get a chance to win Zapzyt products! 






Thank you to Zapzyt for sponsoring this post. All opinions are 100% honest & completely my own.

Getting a zit is bad but popping a zit can be as disastrous as the blemish itself... I remember my most embarrassing moment in my early 20's. It was the night before a big date with a guy I was swooning over and of course there was a huge pimple size of a moon right above to my lips. I should have listened to my mom's advice to never pick, gouge, pop, scratch or squeeze the damn zit. But I wanted it gone! The horrid I went through that evening trying all these ways to conceal it all but making it worse. The pimple not only came back bigger, but it left a scar for about a month. Someone even pointed it out at one point, thinking I had food on my lips. Yeah really embarrassing. But eventually, EVENTUALLY, it dried up and healed. Oh and that guy? My zit definitely lasted longer than him. The moral to this story? First, never pop a zit (especially not for a guy!); and second, always make sure to have good acne products, like Zapzyt, on hand.

I'm now almost thirty (shhh, don't tell) and I still break out especially around that time of the month but Zapzyt has saved me on many occasions. I've been using their Acne Treatment Gel for 3 years (yes it WORKS). I accidentally found it at Walmart for $5, it's cheaper than the other brands, and gave me amazing results. Using it on the problem areas with moisturizer, and not all over my face, is what worked best for me. My new obsession is their Pore Clearing Scrub with gentle exfoliating beads to get rid of those annoying blackheads around my nose. I’ve passed on the products to both my siblings in middle/high school and it has worked well for them. I wish I had known about these products back in high school days…Oh how I don’t miss you puberty.

Do you remember your most embarrassing zit catastrophe? How’d you get rid of it?  5 people to comment with their emails will get a chance to win Zapzyt products! 






Thank you to Zapzyt for sponsoring this post. All opinions are 100% honest & completely my own.

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