How To Get Rid Of Spots!


Good morning!! How was your weekend? I hope fun and adventurous? Mine was pretty tame to be honest, but it’s nice to sit in every now and then 🙂

Tonight I am heading to the L’oreal Colour Trophy awards with Dylan & friends and I am really looking forward to it! I was actually there last year and it was a great night, such amazing creative talent in the one room and overall a fantastic night. 🙂

Over the weekend, I posted a new video to my YouTube channel on how to get rid of spots. Recently I was sent a new Irish spot remedy to try out and I found it worked so well, I decided to record a video on it.

I really want to get back into the swing of recording and I have also updated my video settings / background etc to give off a more professional vibe, so I got stuck into recording a few videos this week and this is one of them. My videos coming from now on will be a little better quality than before and I really hope you enjoy them. 🙂 All feedback welcome.

So for now here is my new video all bout Dream Dots for Spots which are little stickers that work to extract any dirt from the infected pore and as a result they completely reduce the spot size and help with the healing process.

I have never used a product that helps so much with spots, I am really impressed and this is definitely something worth investing in!



€15 per box
24 spot stickers in a box
Use over 2-3 days, one patch a night per spot
Draws out impurities over night
Reduces inflammation Heals by creating a healing environment
Reduces redness considerably
Stops you squeezing the spot and touching the area
Class 2A medical device

Available from all major pharmacies including: Lloyd’s, McCabes, Sam McCauleys, Cara and online from http://www.dreamdotsforspots.com/



1 Comment

  1. Ciara Kelly
    11 July 2014 / 08:43

    Bought these yesterday!
    I’ve a regular breakout that then got worse with an additional spot.
    I actually like the way they even just cover/hide the spot, and also stop me from touching it (i now realize that could be part of the problem)
    Will see what happens over the next few days fingers crossed!

    But do you have any recommendation for treating the scarring from spots please?
    I’ve briefly seen La Roche Posay Effaclar mentioned…
    have you tried the No.7 spot treatment?

    thanks a mill

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