Wednesday, 24 April 2013


I have been checking on the website and found  a lot of people are talking about using aspirin mask.  I heard a lot of good things about using aspirin as mask to get rid of the pimples.  However, i was really dumb thinking that aspirin is not available in Malaysia since people here use parcetamol aka Panadol as painkillers instead of Aspirin.  One day, as i was walking and checking everything inside the Watson, i saw aspirin hiden away at one small corner.  Well, they called it Dispirin.  This is how it look like.

sorry for the blur matter how i take it is still blur > <
Basically, the Dispirin word is engraved on the white colour tablet.

Each tablet is seal individually with foil like wrapper.  Once, you open you would have to use it.

This is how it will look like after you put water in it.  

I usually use the 2g container and just fill in with the water.  Then put the aspirin inside.  It will look like those Panadol Soluble that melt in contact with water.  If you want to use hand, the amount would be (Dispirin)1:2 (water) .  Try not to put too much or it will be too watery.

This is how when i put it on my face.  At first it is a little watery but will turn powder or harder when it dry up.

Only leave it on your face for 5 minutes.  Don't wait until it really harden or it will rough for you to remove later.  Basically, it really does reduce the pimples i have especially those underground one.  You can use two tablets if it is for your whole face.

Aspirin is actually acetylsalicylic acid.  It help to reduce inflammation which is acne when I applied which I hope i am not mistaken.  How high is the concentration, I have no idea.  So, do not use Differin together with any retinol or it would not be effective.

Thanks for visiting and have great day ^^.  Hope it will help.

You can find Dispirin at local pharmancy like Watson, Caring or Guardian.  RM1.90 for 8 tablets.

This is not a sponsored review as i bought this.


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