I like the nexcare ones. Puncture the zit with a clean needle, put the patch on overnight. The spot will be clear and flat in the morning
The 3M stickers are great!
The Nexcare patches are my go to. I'm in my 40s and period pimples are still the bane of my existence.
Nexcare are the only patches I’ve liked so far. The only thing I hate is that the smaller sized ones are useless and there’s twice as many small ones in the pack than large ones.
I use these:
Cosrx Acne Pimple Master Patch. I’ve left these on for 24 hours - immediately replaced them with another - you can really barely see them (depending on placement and skin tone), and THEY WORK.
Cosrx pimple master patch. Those things are glorious. You do need to needle the zit first though. But squeeze out some stuff and then pop one of those suckers on and it sucks the rest of the juice right on out. They’re amazing.
Check out this link for an explanation of the different types of acne patches: https://labmuffin.com/how-do-hydrocolloid-bandages-and-acne-patches-work/
I also have very sensitive, dry, acne-prone skin. I recently started using Peter Thomas Roth’s Acne-Clear Invisible Dots and like them so far! They aren’t too drying, and can stop a developing pimple before it emerges. PTR makes great stuff. https://www.ulta.com/acne-clear-invisible-dots?productId=xlsImpprod13361343
I have stupidly sensitive skin, too, and a lot of things can trigger a zit popping up randomly. I love the CosRX Patches. I prefer the “Clear Fit Master Patch” (black label), but it’s harder to find, and the “Acne Pimple Master Patch” (red label) is great, too.
Man, I thought I had no counter space.
I’m a huge fan of Jetz-Scrubz. Any idea how these compare? I can’t seem to find what they’re made of (their website keeps it vague: “Jetz Scrubz are made of a very unique combination of the finest American Made materials on the market”)
Timely advice. I was just wondering the same. I have a charcoal grill with cast iron grates and it was suggested that I just throw it in the oven on self cleaning. Personally, I don’t self clean my oven or clean it at all unless I spill something.
Delta Touch2O is my favorite. When I bought my condo I got it and then when I bought a house I decided to upgrade again to it. I like that I can set the temperature and then turn it off and on as needed to avoid wasting water. I also like being able to tap it with an elbow when i need to wash my hands after touching…
So far I’ve had excellent luck with my Moen faucets that I’ve put in, I think the kitchen one is going on 15 years or something. Other than an occasional glitch with the sprayer (solved by cleaning the mechanism) I’ve had no problems. Personally, I’m a fan of the two handle type faucet since I hand wash everything and…
We went to a relative’s cabin last 4th of July. There was no internet or TV, so we went to the store and I randomly bought Quelf while picking up supplies.
This is cool for New York City residents who might want to use those LinkNYC screens with USB ports to charge your phone on a late night out.
Riobel Ludik. the biggest reason i love this faucet: their handspray “boomerang” system. we’ve always had issues with poor retraction on the handspray with other faucetes but this has always been smooth and retracts completely. plus, design-wise, it’s very clean looking but the handle adds a subtle hint of…
most of the houses in that area are pretty close together so if you did a full outdoor camera system, you may only get the tops of people’s heads if they’re using alleys to get into people’s yards but there’s also heavy foot traffic during the day so that helps. There’s some rougher neighborhoods near the german…