Reviewed: Riki Loves Riki’s LED Light Therapy Pimple Patch

Like I said above, it took me a while to even get into pimple patches at all. Most nights, I like to just dab on a spot treatment if I need it, but this new high-tech version of a pimple patch piqued my interest. This patch has a self-timer that automatically shuts off after six minutes, so it’s easy to incorporate into your daytime or nighttime skincare routine.

I added it to my nighttime routine for a few days just to see if it would help with a particularly angry zit on my jawline. It took a few days, but it did shrink significantly. I love that this is easy to use and rechargeable. It can also help with a cluster of smaller pimples if you have problem areas. While it is nice for that, I think I prefer a whole mask to a patch just because I feel like my entire face is getting more of a treatment rather than one little area. This is great to have handy for any stubborn zits that are healing slower than you would like, and it can be used in conjunction with other acne therapies like a benzoyl peroxide spot treatment.

It is a little bit pricey for a pimple patch, so keep that in mind. I can say that it definitely worked for me and would be worth the investment if you struggle with hormonal breakouts or just want something fast that’s going to work.

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