When naming this product, I was thinking about volcanic words. Magma? Lava? Explosion vent? I was trying to bring a little humour to a pimple treatment, but nothing seemed right. It felt too violent, and when you have one of those painful "subterranean" pimples forming, waiting to erupt? You're not really in the mood to giggle, and you certainly don't want to make light of the aggression on your skin. So my copywriter's hat went back on. Out of nowhere, the French word "éteint" came to me... one of those moments when being bilingual is really helpful! Eteint (prononced /etɛ̃, ɛ̃t/... although I can't really tell you how to read those pronunciation things) means to extinguish, or put something out, like a light or a fire. Or a volcano, if you're a goddess. It's such a soft, sexy word. The French have the tendency to make words like that. Anyhow, that's the kind of soft-yet-efficient power you are getting with this spot treatment.
ETEINT is a spot treatment that doesn't leave you smelling like a medicine cabinet. Sweet and fresh, just one drop applied to an inflamed area will help decrease the size and pain of a pimple, allowing it to speed up and disappear quicker...or perhaps stop a blemish from forming at all! It will also help decrease healing time and discoloration of blemishes. Use often (2-3x a day) and use as soon as you feel a pimple forming for best results. NOTE: Not to be applied over the entire face! Avoid mouth and eye area. This product contains more essential oils than a regular face oil, and isn't meant to be worn over large patches of skin.
Who is it for?:
Those who get blemishes. Oh, that's pretty much all of us.
How to Use
After cleansing skin and moisturizing, apply 1 drops to the back of your hand, and use fingertips to lightly dab onto blemish. Let the oil be soaked into the affected area. Spot-test if you have very sensitive skin.