Unlike a lot of other acne patches, these specifically target scars, using tranexamic acid, niacinamide, and vitamin C to reduce the appearance of dark spots. Each sticker contains 170 microneedles so the aforementioned ingredients can penetrate deep into the skin for fast results.
Hero Cosmetics: The beauty brand said it would donate proceeds from sales made the week of June 1, up to $10,000, to the NAACP's Legal Defense Fund.
“There is definitely white space in the acne market,” says Ju Rhyu, founder of Hero Cosmetics, the brand behind the Mighty Patch hydrocolloid pimple product. “Partly it’s because most of the acne care brands are owned by the same four large companies and partly because there has been little to no innovation in the space.”
Other popular brand names, like Hero Cosmetics, are donating 100 percentof proceeds from its latest Mighty Patch Micropoint for Dark Spots for the week of June 1 to the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund charity.
The newest zit treatments on the block are acne patches, which are tiny stickers made from hydrocolloid material that stick on top of active (or post-popped) zits. “They suck out the moisture and junk that’s in the pimple,” says Dr. Finney.
For the first week of June, Hero Cosmetics announced that 100 percent of its proceeds from a new launch, up to $10,000 would be donated to the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund charity.
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