Marketing plays a huge role in the popularity of skin care products. Actually, marketing and social media are the main drivers of consumer purchases today. On very few occasions are men and women hitting the beauty counter and just picking up something without seeing it, hearing what people have to say about it, or checking Instagram to see just how many likes the posts get.
The Truth is that marketing matters more than ever today in skin care. Which is exactly why we’ve recently discovered the Peace Out Acne Healing Dots. Would you like to say “Peace Out” to your acne blemishes? I’m sure as ever before that most people would love to do that.
There are more things that I can count on in this world that I’m got more confidence for than in my acne medicine. I’m sorry, that’s just how it goes in my world. In fact, it almost seems like a crap shoot to me every time I apply zit cream. Which is the exact reason why I’ve decided to give this Peace Out Acne product a shot! Let me tell you what I know about it and how I found out about it.
I originally came across this product while sniffing out the products in the Sephora aisles. Last product I bought before this was a charcoal mask product. Very rarely do packages pull me in like a tractor beam, but this one did just that. The skin care mega beauty retailer is always throwing new products at consumers but this acne brand based out of L.A. seems to have won over the consumers to the nth degree.
Many think that this is some sort of cleanser and toner mixed with moisturizer but it’s nothing of the sort. The product has carved it’s own uniqueness and originality that turns heads. Why? Because, they produce acne healing dots. Yes, I said dots! They are literally small stickers in a circular shape that you adhere to your face. The product contains super potent ingredients which are known to fight acne flare ups pretty quickly.
The product makes bold claims that you’l be able to “peace out” acne blemishes in six hours. I don’t know about you but that’s an awfully short time frame to totally disrupt acne, especially with a simple “dot.” It’s gotta be due to the salicylic acid, hydrocolloid dressing, vitamin A and the aloe vera.
Now, do they work? You bet they work! While I haven’t had the time to try it on a really bad flare up, I have noticed that the dots do help reduce the presence of acne.
Back to the marketing…
The package is super appealing in a black and white box that’s been designed to attract both young consumers, as well as those that are looking for something different and more out of the box. The package reads “ACNE” and “PEACE OUT” in very bold dark lettering. If that is not an eye catcher, then I’m not sure what it.
If you can get your hands on a box at Sephora, 20 applications are only going to cost you $19. Give it a shot and see how it works for you!