Easy to use NiaPads are a great way to keep your skin acne free, or to help stop a new pimple. The back of the package has easy to follow instructions and the paper it came with gave me ideas about using the NiaPads as a strong spot treatment.
“Niapads™ is a one-step process for pore cleansing, killing acne causing bacteria and exfoliation. Skin friendly emollients prevent drying of skin. It also contains Lavender oil, known for its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties; and yes it provides a mild lavender scent.“
Luckily for me, I have always had pretty good skin. Now that I’m on the pill, I have even fewer breakouts. However!, when I do get a pimple, they are almost always those deep, painful, take-weeks-to-go-away types.
The NiaPads come as dry and to use them you simple add water, wipe down your face, wait 20-30 seconds, then rinse thoroughly and pat dry with a towel. I was sent a 30-count pack of NiaPads to try, thinking I would ideally use them in a way they suggest, which is a spot treatment sort of deal. NiaPads suggests doing this by cutting a piece of a pad a little bigger than your pimple, wetting it and your pimple, and applying the pad to the pimple and letting it dry there before removing and rinsing.
Unfortunately, or fortunately I guess would be the accurate response, I didn’t have a real out break to try this NiaPads out on. I did have a small pimple try to start. I used the spot treatment method one time, and I’m not sure if it really helped or if it was just a pimple that wouldn’t have really developed anyway. Though the product didn’t irritate my skin, which is nice as I have sensitive skin. I’ll have to wait and try again next time!
If you have acne or breakouts, I’d suggest checking out NiaPads and seeing how they work for you!
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