I’m forty-something years old and still deal with blemishes, breakouts and oily skin almost as I did during my teen years. For some reason I thought when you reached a certain age, any oil producing glands would just dry up resulting in oil-free skin and no blemishes. I was recently sent OXY® Maximum Action Treatment Pads Oxy Maximum Action Treatment Pads, 30 Count to try out during my summer travels.
An inconsistent sleep schedule, eating different foods I don’t in my day-to-day life and the general stress of traveling causes my breakouts which is why I agreed to try these out.
Traveling with OXY
I packed the OXY® Maximum Action Treatment Pads – which came in a handy re-sealable package just a little bit bigger than my hand – along on trips to Rio de Janiero, Ontario and Atlanta and almost a month later, the remaining treatment pads are still moist, meaning the re-sealable package actually works.
As for the treatment pads, they were convenient to pull out and wiped away airline slime on top of daily facial oils during my long-haul flights. They left me feeling refreshed and something that it didn’t do that the OXY of my teen years did was bleach out clothing, pillowcases or anything I touched, although the packaging warns it may happen because it contains Benzoyl Peroxide. The pads didn’t dry out my skin and kept it moist.
This Ain’t the OXY You Used to Know
OXY, which has been around for more than 30 years, is re-introducing its product portfolio with new and improved products part of two lines, OXY Maximum Action and OXY Daily Defense.
The OXY® Maximum Action Treatment Pads I tried are new and offer the following benefits:
- Triple action formula which:
- Kills acne bacteria with stop bacteria to deliver long-lasting treatment
- Lightly moisturizing to be non-drying
- Helps control oil to minimize shine
- Re-sealable package ideal for those on-the-go
- Quantity of 30 for an entire month’s supply
- Dermatologist tested
- Suggested Retail Price: $6.99 for a month’s supply
Add OXY® Maximum Action Treatment Pads to your summer vacation packing list and find them at your local supermarket, mass retail outlets, drug stores and online shops such as Amazon.
Disclosure: I received this product to sample and provide my honest review. I am not being compensated for this review however this post contains affiliate links.