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Blemish Therapy
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Blemish Therapy

  • Blemish Therapy

$14.00 $18.00


A blemish treatment that helps to heal and conceal blemishes. See Details

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Conceal and prevent future breakouts with this targeted remedy and brush. The exfoliating properties of our 100% pure ActiveSoil Complex along with the blemish fighting benefits of natural sulfur effectively address blemishes while helping to prevent future breakouts from forming. This non-irritating formula also helps to minimize the appearance of pores, neutralize redness and diffuse imperfections.

Size: Small (1 g / 0.03 Oz.)

  • Our proprietary ActiveSoil Complex represents a new generation of beneficial minerals with extraordinary skin-renewing benefits, including faster cell turnover and antioxidant defense
  • Clinically proven to reveal brighter, smoother, younger-looking skin, reduced appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and remarkably smaller-looking pores
  • We formulated our skincare to perform expertly with our foundation to give you a younger-looking complexion both instantly and over time

Real Results

    Here's what women have said*:
  • 82% felt it effectively reduced blemishes and breakouts.
  • 78% saw a reduction in redness and more even-toned skin.
  • 77% felt their skin looked clearer.

* Based on an independent consumer study

Suggested Usage Instructions

  • Swirl brush into treatment, tap off excess and gently pat onto blemish. For larger problem areas, apply a light layer over affected area (avoiding the eye area). For best results, use at the onset of a blemish. Applying a light layer over problem areas daily can also help prevent new breakouts from forming.

Active Ingredient: Sulfur 3.0%. Inactive Ingredients: Zinc Stearate, Illite, Barium Sulfate, Silica, Salix Alba (Willow) Bark Extract, Tapioca Starch, Soil Minerals, Kaolin, Cyclodextrin, Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree) Leaf Extract, Dimethicone/Vinyl Dimethicone Crosspolymer, Betaine Salicylate, Corn Starch Modified, Farnesol, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree) Leaf Oil, PHYLLANTHUS EMBLICA FRUIT EXTRACT, Sophora Angustifolia ROOT Extract, Algae Extract, Retinol, Dextrin, Hydroxypropyl Cyclodextrin, Maltodextrin, Niacinamide, Magnesium Myristate, Calcium Sodium Phosphosilicate, LIMONENE, LINALOOL, Mica, Bismuth Oxychloride, Titanium Dioxide.

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Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 206 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by LOVE This Product I have had acne since my early teens and have used almost every product out there to treat it including Neutrogena, Clinique, Biore and even ProActive. Nothing helped and usually made my acne worse. This is the first product to genuinely work for me. I have sensitive skin that is oily but drys out easily especially while using other products. I use this both morning and night and not only does it control my acne but it clears it up and improves my skin. My skin has honestly never looked better! I highly recommend this product as a little goes a very long way. I use this along with the deep cleansing wash and I'm so happy with the results. 09/27/2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Please don't discontinue I have used this blemish therapy since it came out. It works so well without drying out my skin but making the blemishes go within 24 hours. I have tried many other blemush products that work but don't react as well with my skin. I do not have typical acne but I break out in my nasal folds off and on. This can be applied and is not noticeabl with any other facial products. Please reconsider discontinueing this product. 09/14/2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Please DO NOT discontinue!!!! I love this product, please do not discontinue it! 08/25/2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Please don't discontinue! This is the best stuff for zits I have ever found. It works for everyone in my family! My husband has a red flaky outbreaks thru his beard but this & your active cell renewal night serum work miracles! You should keep them both! 08/15/2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by Does nothing for me I tried this out and it does NOT conceal anything! Will be returning as soon as I can get to a boutique. I'm extremely disappointed with this purchase. Also the price dropped right after I bought it, but I wouldn't spend anything on it. Doesn't even help the acne. 08/08/2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Do Not Discontinue This is the only product I have found that is easy to use and actually works on my acne. 07/13/2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by does not work. waste of money. I purchased this items with my subscription because I have acne on my jawline. It did not come with the brush (how disappointing!) I used the blemish therapy in the morning under my make up and at night after washing my face. It did not clear my acne or diminish my dark spots. It does not work as a concealer so if you are buying it for that purpose, it wont work. The product does smell (sulfur), but nothing horrible. Would not purchase again. 06/20/2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Please DO NOT discontinue I absolutely LOVE this blemish therapy to help treat my mild adult acne and oily skin. I have been using this product for many years and this is one of the best treatments that I have ever used either over/under my make up or simply using this with no make up to cover up, while treating, acne and red marks. I love that this product has sulfur to gently treat acne blemishes. This is a unique product that actually works, and no other company has anything in comparison to it. I don't know what I would do without this product. 06/12/2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by PLEASE DON'T DISCOUNTINUE!! I LOVE THIS PRODUCT I went to a brick and mortar store to buy this and they didn't know what I was talking about. I have occasional break outs and this is the ONLY thing that works for me! I've been using it for years (lasts a long time as you don't need much for spot covering). I like the sulphur component for treating the blemishes (no detectable odor). It is gentle and doesn't irritate my sensitive skin. It also does a nice job canceling out the red tone from the blemish. Please, please, please don't discontinue this. 06/08/2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Do not discontinue It works great !!!!! I need this product from time to time. Please keep it... 05/17/2016
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I see Blemish Therapy is in the Last Chance section. Are they going to quit making & selling this product?
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rare minerals blemish therapy expire
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I use mine within 2 months so I can't say. Couldn't imagine it expiring within a year though...
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Is the Blemish Therapy safe to use while pregnant? Only plan on using in very small amounts of course....
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The description just says small size but does not tell how much is in the small size.
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It is 1 gram/ 0.03oz which sounds very little but it is actually a nice size and the with product a little goes a long way. Hope this helps and It's worth the money :)
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0.03oz- small but goes far
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The size posted on the bottom of the container is 0.03 oz (1 gram)
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I recently bought this product and the size has been reduced to 1 gram.
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1 oz. It was a lot smaller than I was expecting!
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It only comes in one color and the color it is is very light
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The color is very light. I was told to wear this over my foundation but it is noticeable but throughout the day. I sometimes rub it in lightly into the blemish or breakout area. Others have worn it underneath their concealer or foundation.
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I use this product at night and in the morning after applying moisturizer and before applying foundation. I find my foundation addresses the issue of the product being lighter than my skin. Good luck!
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This will work for darker tones. I have a Golden Dark skin tone and I have used another product that comes up light such as the Pure Transformation Night Treatment in Tan which is advertised to help for those with Tan to darker skin tones. It's to be used at night and doesn't come off on the pillow. This Blemish Therapy I would use at night so that the treatment can work at its best. Get used to sleeping on your back so that your skin can breathe and allow the blemish therapy to work on your face.
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yes it does i have a darker skin and it works on me! love it
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The color is light - I am very tan - even more in summertime and I use this then I put my foundation over it to even out the tone.. no problem!! I do wish they had it tinted darker however...**hint hint**
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I know sulfur works on my acne, but usually it smells that way.
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yes, blemish therapy smells like sulfur.
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It won't smell that bad. I believe something that doesn't smell too perfumed would be good for my skin. I have used makeup with a fragrance to it and it was bad news for my face. Once I used BE products again, my face improved in a week or less.
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yes it has a rank smell of sulfur and it lasts for about 2 hours.
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It does not smell bad at all to me :)
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It does slightly, but only when you're putting it on. The smell goes away after that.
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Yes a little but well worth it! I am affected by scents- I have migraines easily however this does not bother me after I put it on I don't notice it... It to me is only noticeable when you first open the package.
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It does have a sulfur smell to it, but you get used to it.
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There have been a lot of questions about whether to use the blemish therapy before or after using moisturizer, and the consensus seems to be after, but i wanted to confirm with someone whether or not this also applied when using foundation primer. so if you used all three it would be moisturizer first, then primer, then blemish therapy? Will the blemish therapy be able to penetrate through the primer? thanks!
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I use it after the moisturizer. I have heard that after you clean your face its important to replenish then treat. I don't use it during the day even though it actually matches my skin tone, only at night with a clean face. I feel like its just going to get spread around with all the product and defeat its spot-treatment effectiveness.
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I would moisturize first, then prime and then do the blemish therapy. My routine is this:

Moisturize
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When I had a BE representative first makeunder my face, she put on the moisturizer, primer, and then blemish therapy. I then put my foundation and everything else on. Had pretty bad breakouts on my chin, and now with the blemish therapy I have no more breakouts, only had to cover the scars. So it must work through the moisturizer and primer just fine. Hope this helps!
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When I went to the Bare Minerals store in the mall and had them do my make-up for me, they first used the moisturizer, then the primer, then applied the blemish therapy and additiotnal makeup afterwards. So, I'd say go ahead and try after but if you spot getting results or if you start getting a break-out, to stop and go back to your original routine. Hope that helped :)
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I use it after primer simply bc primer is what keeps it on your face.
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I have been using the products for a very long time and have never had issues with Blemish Therapy not penetrating through the Primer. I have even mixed in Blemish thereapy with my foundation and concealer for extra help.

My morning regimen is:
1. Cleanser - usually the Deep Foam
2. Skin Rever-Upper
3. Moisturizer
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5. Blemish Therapy &/or Concealer
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7. Warmth
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Can this also be used as a conceler?I saw where it says AVOID eye area, but didnt know if I could use to cover dark circles or if I need an additional concealer? TY
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No I would not use this under eyes. But sure is great for blemishes
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it does not work as a concealer.
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This item doesn't conceal very well. That being said, I have tan/dark skin tone but it is light in color.
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This is specifically for blemishes which are raised, red bumps on the skin. You don't want to use this as concealer because it's not designed to conceal, but to remedy outbreaks or keep an outbreak from spreading by nipping it in the bud while it's a fresh blemish. Use the powder bisques to conceal. There's also the lightweight, cream READY Concealer, but it's so creamy to were I tried for months to blend it out and use less versus more and I gave it to my sister after trying so long to give it a chance. It looked too noticeable on my skin. Either I had the wrong shade or what I don't know...but my Dark Bisque (I'm Golden Dark) worked best for me. It blended out better and was evenly laid out.
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I dont think you would want to put this under your eyes. It is a little drying.
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It is very light and just helps with the treatment and redness of blemishes. Conceals just enough if you are putting foundation over it. I would recommend a separate product for under eye concealer.
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If you are very careful and dont put it so close that it can get in your eyes then it would be a great concealer. The problem with that is, if you rub your eyes sometime during the day you risk getting it in your eyes. Probably not the best idea.
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I would not use the blemish therapy as an under eye concealer since the skin clearing ingredients can dry and irritate the delicate skin around the eyes. I would suggest well rested or one of the bisque spf20 concealers.
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The Blemish Therapy contains sulfur, which you DO NOT want to get in your eyes. It will burn like crazy, and the skin around your eyes may react to product even if none of the power actually gets in your eyes (because the skin around your eyes is more delicate and sensitive than the rest of your face).

I would recommend dabbing the original Prime Time Eye Primer under the eye to help hide dark circles, followed by a little Well Rested applied with a Blending Brush or a Concealer Brush. You can also use your foundation over the Prime Time Eye Primer, just make sure you apply it with a concealer brush for maximum control and coverage. Hope that helps...

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You can use it as a concealer, however due to new packaging, I would be wary of buying this product. It comes out way too thick and you won't be happy with how the concealer looks on your face. Should they resume the old packaging, I would say YES - definitely use this, as it works beautifully.
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So far I have used the blemish therapy first, then the skin rev er upper, and the moisturizer at the end, but I am not sure if that order would give me the most benefit (This is my nighttime routine)...
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Clean your face first. Then moisturize. Next, prime your face. After that, spot treat your blemish areas. From here, conceal your problem areas (other than your blemished areas because they have been treated with the blemish therapy powder), then do your foundation, blush, eyes, and lips.
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I would use the skin rev ver upper, moisturizer and blemish therapy. You can use it both am and pm.
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Skin Rev-er Upper always goes on after cleansing but before you moisturize. I usually only use this in the morning though. As for the Blemish Therapy, you would apply that AFTER your moisturizer, but let the moisturizer soak into your skin for a few minutes so that when you put on the Blemish Therapy, it won't cake or clump.

A good rule of thumb is that anything that is powder based should go on AFTER a cream or liquid based product. The reason being that once you apply a powder based product, any creams, liquids, or serums that you apply after the powder will spread the powdered product all over your face, so you lose the concentrated benefits of the Blemish Therapy.

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I already bought this and was looking for a refill. Can this be sold without the brush?
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I wish! Unfortunately they sale the whole package together. I have tons of those white little brushes LOL. I end up using the extra brushes for concelear, eyeshadow, all sorts of things!
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Great question. I haven't found it without the brush, but gently remind you to wash all your brushes so that you apply products in a healthy manner.
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The brush is helpful for the application process so you may want to have the brush to go with it. The brush alone is probably worth more than the product and brush sold together. I would keep the brush for travel purposes or as a backup concealer brush aside from the Max Coverage Concealer Brush.
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Yes, the foundation can be purchased without the brush! Just go to face, foundation, and order the desired color.
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There is no brush for this product. Are you speaking of the night treatment? If you are speaking of the night treatment, there is no refill. Unfortunately you have to buy a whole new one each time.
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