Wednesday, 27 August 2014

Kaya Purifying Spot Corrector - Review

If you have oily acne prone skin, you must own this product! Even if you don't, you should still own it because you never know when something might erupt and this liquid will work to banish it in a day. Yes ladies I have seen the results on myself and that is why I'm so impressed by the Kaya Purifying Spot Corrector.

Kaya Purifying Spot Corrector

Description - The Kaya Purifying Spot Corrector dries up blemishes overnight, calms inflammation. Deeply exfoliates and unclogs skin pores.

How To Use - Cleanse skin. Open pen to dispense the product onto the pen tip and dab onto affected areas twice daily.

Can be used alone or under makeup.

Ingredients - Zinc Sulfate: An essential mineral for healthy skin, zinc acts as an astringent and helps in the treatment of acne. Salicylic Acid: A Beta Hydroxy Acid (BHA) which targets oil in hair follicles, exfoliates pores and clears the comedones. Glycolic Acid: A naturally occurring Alpha Hydroxy Acid (AHA) from sugar canes. Acts as an exfoliator, it penetrates through the cell walls, resulting in smoother and clearer skin. Camphor: Provides a cooling effect on the skin. Witch Hazel: Produced from the leaves and bark of the North American witch hazel shrub. It is a strong anti-oxidant and astringent, which makes it very useful in fighting acne.

Price - Rs 849 (8ml)

Availability - At Kaya Skin Clinics and here

I don't have acne prone skin but sometimes I do get breakouts specially on my chin and cheeks. I used the corrector on those pesky breakouts before going to bed and believe me, next morning their size had reduced by over 80% and in two days they were gone. I honestly was skeptical and did not think it would work so well so I did not bother with taking pictures and now I'm kicking myself for not doing that. You guys could have seen the difference first hand!

If you look at the ingredient list, you will see that this liquid is full of highly potent stuff. The packaging is very convenient and the lip gloss like applicator really handy. You can carry it around anywhere for emergencies. The first time I used it, the pungent smell hit me hard but now I'm used to it. Since my skin, touch wood, is pretty clear now, I use it once a day but it is ideally to be used twice after cleansing the face. Just dab it on the problematic areas and the liquid will dry up in minutes. 

The description does say that it exfoliates pores but that is very difficult to ascertain. As long as it takes care of the breakouts and does not leave my skin dry or itchy, I'm happy. For 8 ml, the price is slightly on the higher side and I would have loved if the quantity was more. If you use it twice a day, it will finish pretty fast. However, the stuff works. At least it has worked for me. I don't know if it will be as effective on severe cases of acne but if you are looking to get rid of sudden breakouts and blemishes, try the Kaya Purifying Spot Corrector. 

Do you have acne prone skin? What do you use to treat it?

P.S - PR Sample. Honest Review

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