OligoPur Blemish Target Gel Review
OligoPur Blemish Target Gel Overview
The topical acne treatment being reviewed is, OligoPur Blemish Target Gel by Phytomer. The product’s manufacturer claims that their product improves acne-prone complexions by drying out existing blemishes and preventing the formation of new ones.
The product is formulated to be used on all skin types; normal, oily, dry, and combination. Phytomer, hosts a complete skincare line that features the following products; Face Care, Purify, Soothe, Moisturize, Care for Eyes and Lip Contours, Persevere, Skins Youthfulness, Even Out Complexion, and Oxygenate. The manufacturer has an expressed interest in the environment. Claiming to cultivate seaweed only during appointed season- the product line is marine based.
OligoPur Blemish Target Gel can be purchased from online retailers like Dermastore.com, Beautybridge.com, and NaturallyYoursSkin.com at each of these retailers the product is sold for $28. Phytomer does not provide consumers with any guarantee. The product can not be purchased directly from the manufacturer’s website. However it is sold by 7,000 independent agents, in 71 countries world wide.
OligoPur Blemish Target Gel – Product Description
The active ingredient are Normaline and salicylic acid.
According to Phytomer, the use of Normaline is based on it’s purifying properties. Normaline, is a seawater derivative. It is extracted from Asparagopsis Armata, otherwise known as red algae. This algae is specifically exposed to surface bacteria, which contributes to it’s ability to powerful purification properties.
Salicylic acid, is an ingredient used in many over-the-counter acne medications. In addition to treating acne, Salicylic acid is also used to treat other skin disorders including dandruff, psoriasis, calluses, corns, warts, and more. Acne is formed when skin cells inside hair follicles shed too fast and clump together, plugging up the follicle and causing a pimple. Salicylic acid helps slow down shedding of the cells inside the follicles, preventing clogging. Unless your doctor advises you otherwise, people should avoid the other over the counter medications I list: sulfur, resorcinol, or benzoyl peroxide, while using salicylic acid, as it may be overly irritating.
The product is hypoallergenic, non comdogenic and can be used in conjunction with makeup.
OligoPur Blemish Target Gel Advantage
- The product is marine based, all of the Phytomer line products contain Normaline, red algae that is used for it’s purification properties.
- The product is moderately priced .
- The product can be purchased from many online retailers.
- The products website was easy to navigate and engaging.
OligoPur Blemish Target Gel – Drawbacks
- The manufacturers website opens in French, visitors must scroll down to the English link on the navigation bar. This is frustrating.
- The product does not come with a guarantee.
- Salicylic acid is the product’s active ingredient, this is the same active ingredient in many over the counter drug store brands.
OligoPur Blemish Target Gel – The Bottom line
In conclusion, the product is priced moderately compared to it’s competitors and the manufacturer provided enough evidence to make the products benefits plausible. However the manufacturer’s neglect to provide the consumer with any guarantee is disappointing.
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