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New Product Alert: Joey New York Chin Breakout Relief

In the spirit of my recent posts on chins and necks, I thought you may be interested in hearing about a relatively new product from Joey New York called Chin Breakout Relief ($30).

This all-natural spot lotion has been created especially for the ultra-sensitive and highly hormonal breakout-prone chin area. It's oil-free and it contains salicylic acid to help clear up existing blemishes and stop new bacteria from forming.

Also, I like hearing that it's potent enough to get down deep into the fibers of your cysts to help dissolve trapped sebum. I haven't tried this yet, but if anybody has, please let me know what you think!

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greekgodless greekgodless 9 years
This is one of the silliest things I've ever heard! Marketing a product for just one area that can and should be used on the whole face is a dishonest ploy.
yeeun yeeun 9 years
ugh! If only it wasnt 30 dollars... I always break out at that time of the month on the chin.
ajon0912 ajon0912 9 years
I bought this product because sometimes (rarley) i get cysts, and it's always on my chin and they are AWFUL. this was the first product i found to be focused on that. however, it is a wierd product. it is a brown liquid that you put on a slightly wet cotton ball and apply to skin. then the liquid dries on my skin to be a brown color, and is hard to cover with make-up. you should use it only at night. but i was still to embrassed to have my family see me with brown spots. im still not sure if it works but you know what does. ZENO. and MURAD.
skiacresluv skiacresluv 9 years
I only breakout on my chin, sooo frustrating! Salicylic acid seems to really bug my skin though. I would love to know if this works or not.
nikkipez nikkipez 9 years
good could go to the derm, pay a copay and get a cortisone injection instead
evita evita 9 years
the chin is my only probelm area every now and then, so this product seems great, but i agree with many peeps on here that it is a little pricey.....
vanilla19 vanilla19 9 years
I don't see the catch, salicylic acid is in many acne products.
screammylungzout screammylungzout 9 years
whoa...i was just about to do a crazy search for treatment on the chin! thanks bella!
MichelleA MichelleA 9 years
the chin is the only place were i get breakouts ! i hope this works
dyn328 dyn328 9 years
I've tried this product. My chin area is the most problematic for me so I was willing to try anything. I can't say that this product blew me away, although it did seem to help somewhat. It reminded me of the Mario Badescu product but not as harsh. But, the $30 price tag is a bit hard to swallow.
sugarbecky sugarbecky 9 years
I agree with the other posters-- salicylic acid is pretty common, why pay $30 for something you can get for $10 at the drugstore?
Hootie Hootie 9 years
$30! Yipe...
herjoiedevivre herjoiedevivre 9 years
that's odd, my chin is like the one place where I hardly ever have problems. (watch, as I say this tomorrow I'll wake up with a bertha on my chin.) the t-zone is the worst place for me.
PinkUnicorn PinkUnicorn 9 years
I need this right now!!! I get awful breakouts on my chin and nothing works - not even prescription stuff. I'm willing to try anything new.
CiaoBella2 CiaoBella2 9 years
I'd rather pay a $30.00 copay and see my dermatologist.
rgrl rgrl 9 years
Yes, what exactly sets this apart from other acne products? Salicylic Acid is pretty much in every acne product out there...
Lovely_1 Lovely_1 9 years
$30 is quite steep...but I need something for my chin. My boyfriend doesn't shave everyday and I find his stuble makes my chin break out when we smooch.
Ms-Meyer Ms-Meyer 9 years
That $30 price tag is a little painful, but for someone like me who only gets breakouts in that one area, just that one time of the month, it sounds pretty tempting!
cleegiants cleegiants 9 years
that little bottle does seem kind of pricey at $30. thankfully (knock on wood),i don't get breakouts, but if i did, i'd be looking for a cheaper option.
mwmsjuly19 mwmsjuly19 9 years
$30??? Try Clean & Clear or Neutrogena and go buy some makeup with the change. Salicylic acid isn't some "special" ingredient. It's in lots of acne treatments these days. I think this is just nuts!
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