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[Korean Beauty] 3M Nexcare Blemish Stickers



If you have acne, I definitely recommend you pick up some 3M Nexcare pimple stickers!

Have you discovered any skin miracles in Korea?


So, this may be a weird post, but this is one of those products I always recommend to my friends when they visit.

They're stickers you put over pimples and it makes the pimples disappear very quickly! They're not medicated like some of the other pimple stickers out there, so you don't have to worry about skin drying.

I've never seen these in America and I definitely missed them when I was there for vacation.

I've never really had acne until this year, so sad...adult acne. I think it was a combination of the air pollution, water quality, and stress/bad working conditions.

Anyway, these stickers are my skin's saviors.

You can pick them up at any drugstore (ie. Watsons, Olive Young, etc.)

There are multiple styles you can choose between. I got the clear cover, but they have some that are more "skin-colored." The clear ones are more plastic and the "skin-colored" stickers are kind of cloth-like.

I like the clear ones because I like to cut them to fit my blemishes.

As you can see, there are big squares and small squares in the box.





I usually just wear them at night after doing my usual skincare routine, but I know people who wear them out in public, to each their own, I guess.

Within a day or two, the pimples are usually gone, or at least the swelling is gone.

They are very sticky, so even after washing your face, the sticker will usually stay put.

There are some medicated patches, but my zits usually go away after a day or two, so I don't really want to add medication into the equation if I don't need to.

They're usually around 6000KRW for the package.

Let me know what you think of them!


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