A two-in-one spot treatment that covers and helps reduce blemishes.
DermoPurifyer Oil Control Concealer Stick
Concealer for spots and blackheads
The Eucerin DermoPurifyer Oil Control Concealer Stick is an concealer with Salicylic Acid proven to both reduce and cover pimples and blackheads. It smoothly covers blemishes and evens out skin while reducing pimples and unblocking clogged pores. The concealer can be used alongside medical treatment for blemished skin and is also safe for use during pregnancy.
Clinical and dermatological studies
Clinical and dermatological studies prove very good tolerability and efficacy on blemish-prone skin.
In a dermatological study, a sample of 25 men and women with blemished skin (aged between 13 and 43) tested the effectiveness of Eucerin DermoPurifyer Oil Control Concealer Stick for three weeks and confirmed a significant reduction in pimples.
How To Use
- Cover the affected area with a thin layer one to three times a day as required. Follow with make-up as appropriate.
- Do not apply to your lips or to the skin under your eyes.
- Avoid contact with eyes.
Is this the right product for my skin?
Use this product if …
You have pimples:
Eucerin DermoPurifyer Oil Control Concealer Stick is proven to both reduce and cover pimples.
You have blackheads:
Eucerin DermoPurifyer Oil Control Concealer Stick will cover black heads on affected areas such as the tip and side of the nose.
Try a different product if …
You’re allergic to any of the ingredients
Should I use the Eucerin DermoPurifyer Oil Control Concealer Stick before or after make-up?
You can, of course, use the Concealer Stick without applying make-up. However, if you are using it in combination with foundation you should apply the Concealer Stick first. You can use it again after you make-up, and re-apply it during the day, as/when additional coverage is required.
Can I cover up the dark circles under my eyes with the Concealer Stick?
We don’t recommend that you use Eucerin DermoPurifyer Oil Control Concealer Stick in your eye area because it contains Salicylic Acid which has a keratolytic effect and which could cause sensitivity in the eye area.