Review: Snoe Shoo Zit Don't Bother Me Spot On Spot Off Daily Maintenance Acne Fading Gel

Here's a review Snoe Shoo Zit Don't Bother Me Spot On Spot Off Daily Maintenance Acne Fading Gel

Price: P399.00
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It's been only a little over two years and Snoe has already spawned a huge range of skin care products for each and every skin type. My, Jen, Gen and Team Snoe must be working all day long just to expand their product line-up--they must be working on it even in their sleep! LOL!

One of these skin care ranges is Shoo Zit Don't Bother Me, a collection of targeted products for Oily/Acne- prone skin. One of this line's products is Spot On Spot Off, and I am going to review it for everyone today.

Spot On Spot Off, if I'm not mistaken, is Snoe's only spot treatment product.


Normally, Spot Treatments would come in small tubes but this one is in a 50ml bottle, which is quite big already.

It comes with a very controllable dispenser--it pumps out the amount of product that is consistent with the effort you exert. That means no excess product and wastage for you!

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This product contains three new ingredients namely Purewhite, Purefix-DC, and Crown Wood Fern. Some of you guys might have never heard of these ingredients in your entire existence as they're some of the newest discoveries in the world of skin care. So let's take a look at them in detail:

PUREWHITE- The origin of Purewhite is unknown, as Snoe did not state where exactly it came from, except that they claim it's natural and more effective than Arbutin when it comes to lightening spots, as per studies. I did some research on Purewhite over my best friend, Google, and the information about it were insufficient.

PUREFIX-DC- Again, the exact origin of this product is unknown, and I found out in the website of a raw materials manufacturing company that this compound is originally in powder form, derived from a mix of natural (Marine) and Synthetic (preservatives) ingredients, and apart from its anti-acne properties, it also has anti-wrinkle, anti-inflammatory, anti-cellulite, lightening, soothing, moisturizing, antibacterial, and antioxidant benefits.

CROWN WOOD FERN (Dryopteris Crassirhizoma)- An exotic fern found in Japan and Korea, and is widely used nowadays as an anti-acne ingredient. However, Crown Wood Ferns are considered poisonous, but the extracts used in skin care products are highly purified already. Still and all, scientific studies suggest that high dosages of Crown Wood Fern extracts are still harmful to humans. The amount of Crown Wood Fern extract used in this product is just very, very minimal though-that's why it is at the latter part of the ingredients list.

With all its new ingredients, I think Snoe should include an information pamphlet with the product so the consumers would have a better understanding of it, and what they're putting on their skin.


Its texture is a semi-thick gel with a soft consistency-it stays put on wherever it is on. However, drying time is slow. It has a light floral fragrance and only gives a slight cooling and tingling sensation-it does not sting unlike other cheap spot treatments and that's what I appreciate about it. I use this product on small zits, while Kiehl's Dermatologist Solutions Blemish Control Skin Clearing Treatment is for the bigger ones.

It works well on small, fresh zits, and it speeds up the drying time of small or large zits that bear the pus- filled white eye, although it doesn't work on cystic pimples. But I would give credit to it for it flattens them (cystic pimples) for a bit, but after a few usages, the effect stops, and then I'd have to rest my skin for around 3 days before I resume with my usage. Hey, it's a FADING gel after all and it didn't say that it can ZAP zits. :p 

Another thing I like about it is its formula is non-drying, and it does not scar my skin as it dries up zits. On old and existing post-acne marks, it might take time for the product to lighten them up. I have been using this product on my post-acne marks and nah, haven't seen any significant difference.

In conclusion, this is an okay product because it's huge for its price, it works, albeit on small zits, it does not sting, and does not burn skin and cause dark marks. It will work for those people who only get very light breakouts and can't tolerate harsh spot treatments. I might not buy it again for I like fast- acting spot treatments, unless they reformulate. Also, I would like to know and feel how Crown Wood Fern REALLY works on pimples since it's what this product is marketing. As it is, I think Salicylic Acid is doing the pimple- killing job here because its dosage is more superior than the former. (Please refer to the ingredients list)


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5 Lovely Thoughts

  1. seems better than a tea tree oil that I use whenever I have a zit or two

  2. Arya: Ditto. Tea Tree Oil doesn't seem to work on me. :/

  3. Thank you for this review. You helped me think if I buy this or not. hehehe.. glad I saw ur review :)


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