Zit Stick

breakout eraser ·0.12 fl oz / 3.5 ml ·

Your blemish emergency plan.

Zit Stick

breakout eraser ·0.12 fl oz / 3.5 ml ·

Your blemish emergency plan.

Good to know: hypoallergenic, dermatologist tested, vegan, gluten free, soy free, dairy free, cruelty free

0.12 fl oz / 3.5 ml

Fast Acting

Clearing

Pocket Friendly

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Your blemish emergency plan.

Good to know: hypoallergenic, dermatologist tested, vegan, gluten free, soy free, dairy free, cruelty free

0.12 fl oz / 3.5 ml

Fast Acting

Clearing

Pocket Friendly

Get free shipping when you add Solution: the exfoliating skin perfector that transforms skin in four weeks.

In a Clinical Trial...

...83% Zit Stick users said they saw a reduction in pimple size after three hours.

Ingredients

Benzoyl Peroxide: Active ingredient that targets the germs that caused the zit while shrinking size, swelling, and redness.

Capryloyl Salicylic Acid: A gentler derivative of salicylic acid for reduced stress on skin.

Tea Tree Oil: A natural oil known for its healing properties.

Stainless Steel Rollerball Tip: Stainless steel prevents bacteria growth for extra-sanitary application.

How to Use

  • To get started:

    With a fresh Zit Stick, twist the pen at least 16 full turns (or more) until the formula appears on the rollerball. For sensitive skin, we recommend patch testing on your arm first. If Zit Stick doesn’t work for you, our team is here to help.

    To apply:

    Click the pen 3–6 times maximum and glide rollerball directly onto zit, limiting to a small surface area. The formula should look translucent, not opaque.

    Apply 1–3 times per day until your breakout has cleared up.

    Since products with Benzoyl Peroxide make skin extra sensitive to the sun, it’s vital to wear sunscreen (like our Invisible Shield) daily when using Zit Stick. Benzoyl Peroxide may also dry out areas of the skin, so don't forget to apply Super Pure for moisture if skin becomes flaky from use. Benzoyl Peroxide can also discolor fabrics, so we recommend letting the formula fully dry before coming into contact with pillows, towels, clothing, etc.