Dr Nick Lowe Spot Gel Reviews
Product Type: Dr. Nick Lowe body care
Description:Brand: Dr. Nick Lowe / Type: Blemish Control / Subcategory: Gel / The perfect anti-bacterial gel to help fight the causes of skin breakouts /
Newest Review: ... packaged in a white box with a lime green stripe at the bottom, which has the Dr. Nick Lowe branding on it. Inside the box ... more
Customer Dr Nick Lowe Spot Gel Reviews (5)
by - written on 07/03/12 (Very useful, 132 readings)
***Why I want the product?*** I have mentioned before in my reviews about my troublesome skin. I have gone through all my teens and early adult life without a hitch. Yes I had the odd breakout but that was it, an odd break out. When I had my daughter at 26 this is when my skin went into over drive and has never been the same. Mostly due to hormones, to which I was told my doctors at the time would subside. Unfortunately this was not to be and I have to put up with troublesome skin. I have tried a range of different spot treatments before, ranging from Clean and Clear, Neutrogena and Benzoyl Peroxide to name a few, which also irritates me if I use ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/02/09 (Very useful, 648 readings)
Dr. Nick Lowe seems to be my skincare brand of choice at the moment and so when I ran out of my old spot treatment and felt like trying something new I headed to Boots to take a look at the selection on offer. I also had a five pound off voucher that could be redeemed against this brand so when I noticed a product called "Anti Blemish Spot Gel" I picked it up right away. I seem to breakout on my chin and lower / inner cheeks only, with the rest of my skin staying clear. It's only the odd spot or two here and there but enough to make me want to seek out a product to clear them. "Dr. Nick Lowe's Spot Gel" boasts 'targeted and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/06/13, updated on 14/07/13 (Very useful, 49 readings)
I occasionally get a few spots on my face and so need a spot remedy I can use if I see that a spot is starting, to try and get rid of it as soon as possible. I first bought the Dr Nick Lowe Spot Gel when I had a promotion voucher at Boots so I could try it out as I had heard some good reviews about it. Dr. Nick Lowe is trained in Dermatology and has developed his own skin care range based on his knowledge and experience with clinically proven ingredients. The spot gel is described as the perfect anti-bacterial gel to keep blemishes under control and the high potency of the antibacterial active ingredients helps fight the causes of skin ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/05/09, updated on 19/06/12 (Very useful, 1617 readings)
Having a rather bad break out of 'pmt' spots I rushed out to my local Boots to speak to my usual and favourite shop assistant for advice this week! Lately I've been so lucky, I've had no spots in ages thanks to a combination of bio oil and witch hazel which I have been using religiously on my face and has done me the world of good! Well... she recommended me to look at this range as she swears by them. Me, I'd seen the simple looking products before and avoided them to be completely honest with you as they wernt visually appealing to me! The Packaging: White oblong box with some bright green sections to it. All the writing on it is in 'black and on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/10/09 (Very useful, 408 readings)
I don't often get spots but when I do they tend to be very stubborn, red and refuse to go away. I've tried lots of different products over the years to try and prevent / treat these out breaks and this has been by far the most effective. When I was younger I experimented a lot with tea tree oil and witch hazel, I found the witch hazel in particular really dried out my skin so not only were my spots still there but the surrounding skin looked almost flaky. Although this product is slightly drying - which is one of the ways it shrinks and helps clear spots - it doesn't seem to dry the surrounding skin around the spot at all. I tend to apply it when my spider senses start .. Read the complete review
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