Ever since I started blogging I wanted to write this post as I love this product so much, but I just haven’t got round to it until now!
I first heard about Manuka Doctors ApiClear Blemish Cream in the Daily Mail as apparently Millie Macintosh is a fan and listed it as one of her must have staples when she goes to festivals. We all know how flawless Millie is, so as soon as I read it I went online to order it, but as you would expect it was out of stock everywhere! A few months passed and I read about it online someone else and this time when I checked it was back in stock – I wasted no time and ordered it straight away!
This miracle cream claims to take control off blemishes and spots by using Manuka honey and Propolis. Manuka honey has long been used for its soothing properties and many people have used it to help with scarring and skin irritations. Manuka Doctor claim that it is proven to reduce bacteria and inflammation as well as helping with cell regeneration. Propolis is very popular and used in many other creams to help combat spots and reduce the bacteria associated with acne.
The cream is white, light and non greasy. You use the cream after cleansing and under your moisturiser, and you can also use it throughout the day, even on top of makeup. However I have found that for best results you should use it on clean skin. You only need to apply it to your troublesome areas and not the whole of your face.
From the first time I used it I noticed a difference – I literally couldn’t believe it! My skins redness had reduced, spots disappeared and generally my whole complexion was better. The best thing about this cream as not only does it reduce your spots and blemishes but I find it stops them from appearing in the first place! I use this cream every day and my skin has never been so good.
I can’t rate this stuff highly enough! If like me you suffer from blemishes, pimples, spots or breakouts give it a go! A small tube lasts me about 3 - 4 months and costs under a fiver,
Tip: I always shop around for the best price and on the last few occasions I have found that Superdrug is always the cheapest, so give them a go.