Oxy Emergency Zit Blitz pads were £4.39 now £1.09 at Tesco - HotUKDeals
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As above for all the spotty urchins amongst us (me included). There were about 10 tubs in Tesco's in Camborne...well 9 after I got my spotty hands on one - amazing any were left considering McDonalds is just around the corner, and their staff must keep Oxy in business with their dreadful skin!

These are still £4.39 at Boots - so quite a bargain I reckon...
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#1
Hahaha, +1 h&r for the wit alone! :w00t:
#2
That's funny!!!
#3
Well spotted

:geek:
#4
You have spotty hands??? :?

Run Away!

Run Away!
#5
I didn't even realise Oxy was still available...
#6
"oxycute them"
#7
I doubt these work very well if theyre anything like clearasil? I'd recommend two other options, a johnson and johnson face wash (think its clean and clear, the one thats white/cream and purple)...about £4 something in sainsburys and did a pretty good job (dont over use it tho as itll dry your skin out). Also pro activ which over here can only be bought online, its expensive but ive been using it for a couple of weeks and its done a really good job. Pro activ is MUCH cheaper on the US site by the way, so if like me you have anyone to ship to over there and can pick it up/get it sent onto you its probably best doing that.
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ali_g_84uk
I doubt these work very well if theyre anything like clearasil? I'd recommend two other options, a johnson and johnson face wash (think its clean and clear, the one thats white/cream and purple)...about £4 something in sainsburys and did a pretty good job (dont over use it tho as itll dry your skin out). Also pro activ which over here can only be bought online, its expensive but ive been using it for a couple of weeks and its done a really good job. Pro activ is MUCH cheaper on the US site by the way, so if like me you have anyone to ship to over there and can pick it up/get it sent onto you its probably best doing that.


Drying out your skin is a good thing for spots.

I've never been a fan of these 'pads' from any of the brands. Stick with a proper fachwash routine and it does much bette.r
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Whilst i agree a good cleaning routine may help some the truth is most people who have acne type spots its an internal hormonal thing and no cleaning routine would help that. Thought i would mention it as a friend of mine used to get very upset when people kept telling her to have a good cleaning routine as she thought people must think her unclean.
#11
i will register hot,just cause you are in Camborne, as my family are there :-)
from a member of the Pellow family lol
#12
cher31e
i will register hot,just cause you are in Camborne, as my family are there :-)
from a member of the Pellow family lol


Thanks cher31e - feel like I should break into "Trelawney" now....he he! :thumbsup:
#13
"...amazing any were left considering McDonalds is just around the corner, and their staff must keep Oxy in business with their dreadful skin!."

:O i'll have you know my face is spotless (get-it- bad joke ) :whistling: but i'd rather have spots on me face than on me hands, leprosy ;-)
#14
I remember as a spotty teenager having a lovely one on my chin that was ripe for bursting. God it felt good after I'd done the deed....lol
#15
Website has a wealth of information and reviews for the spotty community! :oops:
http://www.acne.org/

When I had spots, I used Panoxyl @ Boots or other pharmacy (most effective and very cheap)

Helps reduce spots/red marks and a greasy forehead/nose (i have tried nearly all spot targeting/normal face washes/creams/remedies)
#16
Acne is different from a "few spots", however, which is the target audience for this product. The Regimen on the site seems to be effective for people with many different kinds of acne.
#17
gramcknight
Thanks cher31e - feel like I should break into "Trelawney" now....he he! :thumbsup:


good luck with that one lol ;-)

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