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Review: Liz Earle Spot-On


Problem: spots, pimples, blemishes, minor cuts or bites.

Solution: an antiseptic, antibacterial rescue treatment to fight spot-causing bacteria. With pure essential oils of tea tree, melissa and lavender, plus protective natural source vitamin E.

Apply a little onto blemishes throughout the day.

Naturally active ingredients include pure vitamin E, antiseptic and antibacterial tea tree, purifying melissa and soothing lavender.

 £ 8.75
Available at Liz Earle or order to International Makeup in Pakistan

It is a 6ml roller-ball tiny bottle. It is suitable for all skin types and best for on-the-go application. It is alcohol and water free.


Honestly, I can’t tell you how magical this thing has been for me. I have never really believed in Spot-on treatments. Especially that involves putting more chemical over your already blemish/acne-prone skin. For one, Liz Earle Spot-On is all natural. And two, it really works. I don’t really have a super stubborn acne skin, so I cannot actually tell how effective it is there. But when the weather changes or my skin care routine suffers somehow, my skin breaks out. The worst thing is as we all know getting up on an important day to find that one ugly spot right in the centre of your cheek. One of those rare days, I used Spot-On. I was very skeptic. Surprisingly, few hours after application the spot subsided and with continued application twice or thrice throughout the day it disappeared overnight. I mean seriously, I don’t need to work on and on for weeks with those tiring, time-taking home treatments.

As you can see it is quite minute in size. I have compared it to the Beautyuk Shatter Polish. Thus, very easy to carry around in the bag.  The roller-ball on the top makes you control the application. You just need to dab on the spot. It can be used even over makeup. Liz Earle says it heals insect bites and cuts too. But I haven’t tested it there.
It smells strong like tea tree. I kind of find the scent intoxicating but there are many who don’t like how tea tree smells.
I must say, besides the Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser this my favourite product from their line.


I was totally looking up for something like this which is easy to use, works wonders on spots and worth every penny.

Disclaimer: This product(s) was sent to me for consideration to review. I was not paid for this review,  I am not affiliated with this company and the fact that the product(s) was free does not influence my opinion at all.
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