- The most important step in any blemish care program. Salon quality, medicated, acne-formulation
- Conceals, dries and heals pimples very fast
- Four unique shades to match most skin tones
- Hypo-allergenic, non-irritating and dermatologist approved
- Non-comedogenic: will not clog pores
WORKS VERY WELL
I just received it a few days ago. Already, it’s clearing up my little breakouts. It blends pretty well, like a makeup. Of course, it’s more dry. I like to mix it with moisturizer or other acne leave-on lotions, specifically, one I got from my dermatologist: “sulfacetamide sodium topical suspension USP, 10%.” This is basically a sulfur lotion that is moisturizing, and it’s very good. Mixing it with this sulfur product, End-Zit, seems to make it stronger, even though the End-Zit is only 5%. The End-Zit is concentrated sulfur, and I think that’s what makes it so strong. Try it. I think you’ll love it for acne skin.
Works great but has parabens
This stuff does what it says although unfortunately it has parabens which is a bummer. I’m going to keep it because it does work although will try not to use it to often.
Love This Stuff
I was using Mario Badescu drying Lotion prior to trying this one. I think this works much better and it is less expensive.
EndZit does just that. It dries up a break out, very quickly.It is good for teens as well as Moms & Grandmoms.I highly recommemd this product.
Good Drying Lotion
This sulfur will dry your skin out so it heals faster. I found this particular product doesn’t blend very well with my skin. It has a strange consistency to it too. It’s like whatever is in the bottle doesn’t mix well so you have the shake the devil out of it and apply it before it separates. Just seems weird to me. I prefer to use “Liquimat”. It is sulfur based and it blends better for me and doesn’t over-dry my skin. Anyway, you never really know about these things till you try them. So I can’t say if you should or shouldn’t try this one. It just didn’t do much for me.