Soap & Glory Dr Spot Invisible Spot Fighting Gel Reviews
Product Type: Soap & Glory body care
Description:Brand: Soap & Glory / Body Care Deodorants / Type: Blemish Control / Subcategory: Gel / Soap / Skin type: for dry skin ... more
Newest Review: ... like a salve or serum. Soap and Glory describe the product as an "Invisible Spot-Fighting Gel with clog-clearing ... more
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Customer Soap & Glory Dr Spot Invisible Spot Fighting Gel Reviews (10)
by - written on 02/06/13 (Very useful, 70 readings)
Soap and Glory - Dr Spot Invisible spot fighting gel Until recently I had not really tried any Soap and Glory products, I had thought the packing very gimmicky and quite honestly did not take them seriously. I was 100% sure they were just a fad and would soon be on the reduced shelf, I was however wrong and slowly hearing good review after good review about several products I was finally tempted. I have always suffered from spot's, nothing really seems to work continuously for me and I get some very nasty spots. Now the spots I am most prone to are very large inflamed red one's that are very hot and sometimes painful. As such I am always on the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/05/13, updated on 20/05/13 (Very useful, 12 readings)
I don't actually get spots very often at all, but when I do my spot treatment of choice is usually tea tree oil. I wasn't too impressed when I received the Soap & Glory spot treatment, Dr Spot last Christmas as I was worried that it might actually make my skin worse as most of Soap & Glory's products are quite chemical heavy and heavily fragranced. Despite my doubts I did try it a few times and I have been very unimpressed with it, so I'm glad I didn't waste my own money of it! I think it usually retails at around £8 for 15ml which would be a reasonable price if it was actually any good, but it isn't. It might work better for other people with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/04/11, updated on 13/04/11 (Very useful, 147 readings)
After a recent bout of spot flare ups after some medication didn't suit me i wanted to get rid of these little blighters. Whats upsetting me most is i'm 37years old and never had many spots as a teen, now they come back to haunt me!. I've tried most products from pens to creams from the docs so when i spotted ha ha this and was made by my fave brand , I just had to try! . As many ladies and girlies know the Soap&Glory founder is a fab lady called Marcia Kilgore . She set up the brand in 2006 and i've just found out that she launched the FitFlop footwear in 2007 ( what a woman! ) Many strings to her bow this lady! I am the kind of person that does tend to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/10/10 (Very useful, 113 readings)
I have keratosis pilaris, and read that products containing lactic acid and salcylic acid would be helpful in combatting KP. I found Dr Spot and it looked like it was going to be suitable, after all, it contains both the recommended acids and says on the back of the packet that it can be applied anywhere on your body. It's a small bottle, but so little gel needs to be used that it looks like it will last a long time. It cost £7 approx. The gel is indeed clear and invisible once applied and doesn't have a horrid smell. I applied the gel on my arms, as this is where I have KP. Less than twenty-four hours later, I noticed that my left inside forearm ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/07/13 (Very useful, 50 readings)
Absolutely ages ago, I got a discounted box of Soap and Glory goodies from Boots. One of the last things I had to use up was this Dr Spot: Invisible Spot-Fighting Gel. Soap and Glory does skincare as well as body care and I've tried a few of these items - albeit with mixed results - so I decided to give it a go. My Dr Spot came in a cardboard box with bright, rather busy pink packaging with a vintage-style picture on the side. Inside the box is a smaller white bottle - which does make the box look a bit misleading, although the amount of product included is clearly stated on the box. It's worth noting that the packaging for this product has now changed: it now ... Read the complete review
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