911 Rescue Duo
Got an acne emergency? Inflamed, red pimples require specialized care. Start with a spot treatment packed with maximum-strength benzoyl peroxide, clinically proven to kill C. acnes bacteria and calm irritated skin. When pimples come to a head, gently remove them with a stainless steel extractor tool approved by Dr. Pimple Popper.
- BP Spot Treatment (0.50 fl. oz.) targets inflamed pimples with maximum strength benzoyl peroxide that absorbs easily and won’t flake off.
- Comedone Extractor features a two-sided design crafted from medical-grade stainless steel.
- A $45 value — save $20!
Apply a thin layer of BP Spot Treatment to problem areas or pimples up to 3 times daily.
When pimple comes to a head, clean the skin and disinfect the Comedone Extractor. Place the preferred loop over the pimple and apply slow, gentle pressure to extract. If pimple is not extracting, don’t persist and stop immediately.
Once a pimple has been popped, keep the area clean and let it heal properly to avoid scarring. Apply a cold clean washcloth against the area and use a disinfectant to keep the area clean.
Benzoyl Peroxide — Antibacterial and anti-inflammatory that kills acne-causing bacteria and brings relief to the pain, redness, and swelling associated with acne.
Allantoin — Naturally derived conditioner that helps to soften and soothe skin, this ingredient helps to offset other powerful ingredients that can sometimes cause drying or irritation.
Vitamin E — One of the most potent antioxidants known for moisturizing and preventing damage to the skin, caused by free radicals and environmental toxins, like UVA/UVB rays.
For skin types:
Blackheads & whiteheads
FROM DR. SANDRA LEE
"If you need to get rid of a red, angry pimple fast, start with my BP Spot Treatment. It’s formulated with maximum-strength benzoyl peroxide that kills acne bacteria and helps calm inflammation. If your pimple comes to the surface, don’t pick it: use a clean Comedone Extractor to gently remove the contents instead. If it doesn’t extract immediately, just keep spot treating it to promote healing and reduce the chances of scarring."
Dr. Sandra Lee (aka Dr. Pimple Popper)