Quinoderm - The Spot Cream That Saved My Skin

Wednesday, November 04, 2015

Spots have been something that I've suffered with for quite a few years now but learned to live with thanks to the discovery of concealer and skincare products that target blemishes. However, a few years ago I was faced with spots worse than they had ever been before and nothing seemed to work. That was until Quinoderm was recommended to me, which is a spot cream that has truly helped decrease the severity of my blemishes. I thought it was only right to review this product on my blog, since I owe it a lot and it has really helped my skin over the past few years.

Quinoderm is a spot cream that contains 10% benzoyl peroxide, meaning it is very strong and particularly effective when targeting bad cases of acne and blemishes. It also contains potassium hydroxyquinoline sulphate; another ingredient targeted at treating spots. These ingredients, despite working, are particularly strong and are therefore only recommended for more problematic or inflamed cases. A milder 5% cream is also on offer, which I haven't tried but I expect works just as well for people with less severe spots.

Another feature of this spot cream is that it is dual action. This means that it has numerous features and aims, such as breaking down surface skin cells, helping to remove blackheads, unblocking pores and many more things which are more technical. Essentially, this spot cream will target any of your blemish-related issues in an attempt to solve them. The most important feature is the killing of the bacteria responsible for most acne cases, courtesy of the benzoyl peroxide content.

To use this cream, I'd recommend applying it all over your face and not just to the sports themselves, as it can help to prevent blemishes from appearing in the future. This should be massaged into clean and dry skin to ensure that it can work correctly. Afterwards, ensure that you wash your hands, as the cream is very strong and shouldn't be left in areas where it isn't necessary. This cream can be used two to three times a day, depending on the severity of your acne.

I hope you liked hearing about the spot cream that has saved my skin and I'd love to know your thoughts on it if you've tried it. If there are any other skincare products that are specifically targeted towards blemishes or items that you think I might like, make sure you let me know and I'll be sure to try them!

Love from Daisy x


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    1. You're welcome! I hope that it's useful if you try it, but I expect that it will be after how it has helped my skin! xx

  2. I used this stuff a few years ago and it does work wonders at clearing up spots! The only negatives were it was a bit drying (nothing a bit of moisturiser couldn't fix) and it left bleach marks on my towels so washing your hands is deffo a must! I've been noticing more spots again lately so it might be time to hit the pharmacy and get this again! I'd totally forgotten it existed so thank you!

    Kelly x www.tea-books-eyeliner,com

    1. It really is amazing isn't it?! I agree about the dryness, but this is certainly manageable and worth putting up with for blemish-free skin. And you're welcome, I'm glad that I helped you to remember it! x