Judith August EraseZit Pencil Review(Last Updated On: February 26, 2019)
Judith August EraseZit Pencil
The EraseZit Pencil is an antiseptic concealer and corrector with tea tree oil and camphor. The product helps to cover blemishes and acne. It calms irritations, scraps and nicks and it will zap acne breakouts. EraseZit Pencil is long lasting, all-natural fragrance and water-resistant. The directions are simple; cleanse your face, pat it dry, then apply the product directly onto the spots, blend the outer edge and then smooth it to get an even finish. You can apply your regular foundation over this product. This pencil works well for those that have oily skin as well. This product is like a concealer or foundation that is in the form of a pencil. This product comes with a pencil sharpener, which I have yet to use, as it was already sharpened pretty well when I received it.
I have used this product a few times and applied foundation over the top of it. The product works as it should. It was easy enough to apply onto the skin. I was not sure how much to put on or necessarily how to apply it. I sort of used it as a colored pencil and it worked well enough. I believe the trick to this product is getting the true color for your skin.
I will most definitely continue to use this product. I do not think it exactly helps to reduce acne breakouts. For me, my skin breaks out with new makeup products, but if I keep using them, my skin gets use to the product. With continued use of this product I think I won’t have any issues with break outs.
There was no smell at all, which I was glad about. Some make ups have such odd smells, so I was thrilled that it was natural, as well as allergy free.
As for it being good for oily skin, I’m not sure I would agree with that. I have very oily spots on my face and it didn’t really do anything for me. Not that it made my skin oilier, but it just did not help with the oil at all.
With some makeups, they have a heavy feel to them, which this one did not at all. This concealer was light and airy feeling.
I would most definitely recommend this product to anyone that is looking to cover up little blemishes and marks.
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I received Judith August’s EraseZit Pencil in exchange for my honest opinion.