What kind of zits does KILLA work best on?
The blind, unidentifiable, hard-to-reach ones that greet your clients first thing in the morning. The deep, cystic shiners that pulse like a bass line. The early-stage, subcutaneous, upcoming ones that previously left your clients helpless.
What makes these any different from other pimple patches?
Most traditional zit patches are effective on surface level zits or those that have come to an obvious head, but they do unfortunately have limitations.
ZitSticka’s KILLA patch merges tech and skincare, and is embedded with 24 tiny (painless!) microdarts containing salicylic acid, hyaluronic acid, niacinamide and oligopeptide-76. This harmonious potion of dermatologist-loved ingredients self-dissolves directly into the heart of a zit, targeting those deeper, underground ones.
What are KILLA's ingredients?
The KILLA patch contains just five clean, efficacious, derm-loved ingredients.
Hyaluronic Acid: a moisture-magnet that acts as a conduit for the other ingredients to be carried into your zit.
Salicylic Acid: an efficacious exfoliant and dermatologist favorite.
Niacinamide: (B3) helps to shrink the appearance of redness.
Oligopeptide-76: A fierce but gentle peptide that disrupts your zit's journey.
Sodium Hydroxide: an inactive pH balancer.
How long should I leave a KILLA on for?
No two zits are created equally, so this happens to be a rather layered answer.
Like we said, KILLA’s microdarts dissolve completely by the 2 hour mark, having deposited acne-averse ingredients into your client's zit. They’re enclosed in that zit now; they’re working hard. Trust in that! However, you know what else ZitSticka is good for? Covering and protecting the site from bacteria. We recommend your client's keep it on until your zit feels flatter—overnight if possible—or even longer if your zit is particularly obnoxious.
Do the microdarts hurt?
KILLA’s self-dissolving microdarts don’t hurt—rather, they elicit a tingling sensation that’s kind of satisfying—a signal that something’s about to happen, you know? Consider the feeling a strong tickle or a gentle sting.
Which naughty, nasty ingredients do I need a heads up about?
Your clients will be pleased to hear that all ZitSticka products are free of parabens, sulphates, mineral oil, animal oils, methylisothiazolinone, formaldehyde, benzalkonium chloride, coal tar, hydroquinone, triclosan, and triclocarban, mercury, oxybenzone and other harmful, unsavoury things. ZitSticka does not test on animals, nor do we pay others to do so.
Can I use KILLA with other products?
Your clients can keep their regular routines so long as they don't layer KILLA over other products and formulations—it should always be applied to clean, dry skin.
Since the microdarts create microchannels into the skin, KILLA should be used by itself and not in combination with any other topical products.