review,  skincare

ThatZit! All Nature Acne Treatment

ThatZit! All Nature Acne Treatment

How many times have I moaned about my skin on this blog?

I’m getting to my wits ends, guys. Last week I had the worst breakout I’ve had in a while. Clusters of spots on both sides of my chin. The type that is difficult to cover up with makeup as the makeup just seems to clump around them. When they start to heel and dry up, makeup just makes it look worse.

When I was contacted about trying some products from Aidance, I opted for ThatZit all-natural acne treatment straight away.

ThatZit! All Nature Acne Treatment

I was sent both the original bottle of ThatZit! as well as a Maxiumn Strength version.

What it claims to do:

It claims to clear all types of break outs such as the occasional spot, chronic acne and even slow healing spots. It also controls whiteheads, blackheads, soothes and reduces redness and promotes your skins fast heeling.


Active Ingredient:

The original version has 1% Salicylic acid and the maximum strength version has 2%

Inactive Ingredient:

  • Bentonite clay
  • Capsaicin
  • Distilled water
  • Jojoba seed oil
  • Peppermint oil
  • Silver oxide
  • Zinc oxide

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I’ve been using this for just over a couple of weeks. I used it just at night at first, because I wasn’t sure how it would react with makeup. It did seem to take a while before I started to see a difference. After a couple of weeks, I found that I did have less spots.

I didn’t feel like they made my spots repair quicker, though. The consistency of the maximum strength one is a little gritty, but it doesn’t interfere with makeup application. You also need to shake it before use as I found the solution seemed to separate a little, meaning milk-like water just came out of the bottle once.

If you’re looking for something to add to your routine long term, give this a go. It’s easy enough to use. Skin care products are difficult – as some people get amazing results, some people get rubbish results and others just get average results. I read a few reviews by other people online and found such a mixed bag!

I personally found this to be average, but I find most skin care to be average or below average and I’m a hash critic!

What do you use to combat spots?


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