Hello Kitty Pimple Patches Exist and They're the Cutest Zit Zappers Ever
We're sure you can all agree that breakouts are the worst—and even more annoying when you know you've been diligent with your skincare regimen and your skin still decides to stab you in the back. One of the best quick fixes for zits is covering them up with pimple patches. They're a skincare staple for the acne-prone and those of you familiar with these handy lifesavers know they usually feature a translucent circle design for subtle coverage. In case you'd prefer a patch that would actually make your blemishes look good (yes, it's possible!) instead of simply hiding them, we found something beauty junkies would want to check out: Say hello to Starface's Hello Kitty Hydro-Stars—the American skincare brand teamed up with Sanrio to create the cutest pimple patches ever!
These limited-edition pimple patches were launched on November 18 to ring in Hello Kitty's birthday on November 1st (yup, she's a Scorpio) as well as Sanrio's 60th anniversary. They're made of hydrocolloid that gently absorbs excess sebum and protects your zits from external irritants. The stickers are housed in Starface's signature rounded square pod, but unlike their usual bright yellow packaging, this one is sleek white and features Hello Kitty's face with stars in her eyes. So kawaii!
Each pack of Starface's Hello Kitty Hydro-Stars contains 32 hydrocolloid pimple patches that cost U.S. $14.99 (roughly P724.62) and they're available on Starface's website. As of writing, Starface only ships to the U.S., Puerto Rico, the U.K., and Canada, but we're crossing our fingers that they'll be available here someday!
For more information, log on to Starface's Instagram page.
This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph. Minor edits have been made by the Spot.ph editors.
In case you missed it, Hello Kitty fans: Sanrio's world-famous cartoon is set to appear on the big screen! According to a report by Vskriety, the world-famous Japanese character is getting a film that's set to be developed by Sanrio, New Line Cinema, and FlynnPictureCo.