Ella Deering: I got red marks where I applied it...was worse than my zits!!
tori hernandez: Ive used this elf zit zapper for a week. And im having mixed emotions about it. Instantly it reduces redness and puffyness. But when i put a lot on at night it hurts and makes my pimple sensitive and gives me scabs. But hey it was.only 1$
meauvell samuels: I bought it a few days ago. It really works. For only a dollar at Target.
Janet Castro: They now have a Zit Zapper and concealer set and it also comes with a small flat brush, so maybe you're suppose to use a flat brush to apply it on you're face.
Kambree Adams: Hi
katherinerae xo: It only works for certain types of skin. It zapped away my zit redness overnight, and is still working.
Raven Forward: You're supposed to wash your face ..
mtoddy123: I love your reviews. You are SO FUNNY at the beginning of this one!
Cheyenne Johnston: it works for a while, BUT it eventually stops working because the bacteria from your face gets all around the roller ball... and it becomes infected with the bacteria and stops working... that is what my experience has been... it works to bring it down but I like using it when im in the last stages of my zits fading away so it goes away faster
Ashleigh Dubie: I always put it on the morning. I use other products with it. It just doesn't get the job done
kamri adler: sally sells sea shells down by thee sea shore
Mav Mar: I use the trader joes tea tree oil pads. They work FANTASTIC! Try it and u won't regret it!
Blasian Girllaa: IT MAKE MY ZITS RED
Bry Alexis: It doesn't work for me
Daniela Villanueva: There's alcohol in it, so it kills bacteria :P
DVOreviews: haha no what i wanted to say, is.... that it's not soo unhygienic to put it on ur skin and the next day on another pimple...
Daniela Villanueva: Do you even own a dictionary, bro?
DVOreviews: WELL NOO! people! plaise hahaha you guys think that our skin is soooooo sensitive? i mean you can be scared of infection, but seriously? acne in nder your skin :) so actually you touch your skin with inflamation inside! and if u think about unhygienic,,, everything you put on your skin with sponge, with brush, with fingers contains millions of bacteries:D so a roller wont really cause a inflamation! and indeed if it contains alcohol, i don't thing it will let the bacteries live haha
Alexis Martins: @megalrypete instead of using a clean finger to apply the zit zapper, do you think a cotton ball would work??
RacharlesHendrix3: Salicylic acid is an anti-inflammatory and a bactericidal and an antiseptic so the rollerball shouldn't spread the bacteria because the product should kill/neutralise it, Salicylic acid is capable of causing moderate chemical burns on the skin if it's in high concentration, the over the counter limit is 2% and the elf zit zapper is only 1% salicylic acid so should be fine but those who have had a reaction might have salicylate sensitivity or it could be a reaction to one of the other ingredients