3 thoughts on “Zit Camouflage for Guys – They Hate Pimples (Pale Ale)

  1. 9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Where has this been all my life?, April 17, 2013
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    No, seriously – this is a fantastic product that does EXACTLY what it purports to do, a rarity in this day and age. A few weeks ago, I was desperately trying to find some sort of concealing product, as I was breaking out and I had interviews scheduled in the next few days. Thanks to Amazon Prime, I got this little guy in record time. Initially, I was worried, because the tone I chose (Amber Ale) seemed to be way lighter than my skin tone, but after massaging it gently into the surrounding area, it blended perfectly and it was as if my pimples and redness magically disappeared. The container may seem small, but trust me, a little goes a very long way.

    Folks, this is the real deal – give this product a chance! It will change your life for the better. Or, at the very least, it will restore your confidence.

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  2. 8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Perfect for guys, April 28, 2013
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    This review is from: Zit Camouflage for Guys – They Hate Pimples (Pale Ale) (Health and Beauty)

    This is perfect for that random zit that shows up when you’re trying to look good. It’s not your girlfriend’s make-up, it won’t look good all over your face, but you won’t have to deal with 38,000 shades when you just need to make that zit not be the first thing people notice about you. It lasts forever because I only use it for touch-ups; just use a q-tip to apply and you’re set. Great product

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  3. 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great product, good price. Does what it says., February 2, 2013
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    I don’t get a ton of zits anymore, but I will get the occasional freak breakout or random big, red one on my cheek. I’d been using my wife’s concealer occasionally, which was fine but never quite matched my skin tone and was always too thick or powdery, or covered the breakout up but made it worse at the same time because of whatever crap is in it (oils, chemicals, magical lady stuff…who knows).

    I based the one I bought on colors the actual product images (not those little color boxes) and ordered the Amber Ale, and the photos accurately reflect the actual product color. It’s not super thick or cake-y, doesn’t smell perfume-y, and blended great with my skin color. I just needed a tiny bit to pat/rub on, and reapplied as necessary. Another nice part is that it didn’t make my breakout worse like my wife’s stuff does. I scanned the ingredients quickly and all I can say is looking at this vs. the back of one of my wife’s tubes of concealer makes it obvious this stuff isn’t focused on having too many chemicals or other junk.

    I was worried at first that I’d fly through it based on how small the containers look, but you only need a little bit to cover up one spot that this container is going to last me a good long time. I’ve been using it since last fall, so about 3 – 4 months, and I’ve still got plenty left.

    Bottom line…it works. It doesn’t claim to have any magical healing power like the crap you see on TV, and doesn’t have some wacky overload of ingredients like women’s products, and costs half as much for something that lasts 3x as long as one of my wife’s little tubes of concealer. I’ll definitely buy more when I run out.

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