As we were running around late that night, just before they closed we stopped in Ulta and I immediately asked one of the people in sales what to do. I spoke with Robert and he gave me his two-step system. So all of this credit goes to Robert–it’s been a year and I still remember. It’s too good not to pass along. Thank you!
Take a little bit of this and put it on the pimple then leave it on for five to 10 minutes. Rinse off and pat the area until it’s dry.
Dab on a little bit of this on the pimple. Robert said you could use up to three times a day.
Does it work?
Yes! It’s not instantaneous though. For my husband, he had a bad one, so it didn’t take it away completely but it went down enough to not really be noticeable on our wedding day. I use this myself and when diligent on following up with the Murad multiple times, it will go down. Now unfortunately, if you’re anything like me, you’re impatient and just pop it. I know that’s bad. Dermotoligists say it’s a major no-no and it is because it could lead to scarring, get infected, etc. But I just can’t help it sometimes.
Now to spill the beans…
All wonderful things have a catch. The catch to Robert’s wonderful two-step system is the price. Hang on to your seats… the DDF mask is $45 and the Murad spot treatment is $16. However, even though it might seem like a lot for a pimple, this stuff lasts a long time so it is worth it. If the price is getting you, next time you get extra random money like a tax check, extra pay day in the month, pick these up and put them in your beauty drawer. I guarantee it’ll come in handy at some point.