Product Review: Ole Henriksen Roll-On Blemish Attack

Move over Dermalogica Overnight Clearing Gel, you’ve been usurped. My official new favourite blemish treating product is the Ole Henriksen Roll-On Blemish Attack. It’s my little miracle in a tiny glass jar, and I love it. To use, you simply roll your finger over the little applicator ball and then apply the product to your skin where needed. It takes 1 or 2 days for the product to take full effect, but it really helps to destroy the blemishes before they have a chance to become anything too horrendous. The Roll-On Blemish Attack contains Benzoyl Peroxide and Salicylic Acid to help combat acne and kill bacteria in the affected area. The product smells strongly of tea tree oil, but I really like the “clean” scent that it gives off. It definitely won’t be for everyone though, so if you strongly dislike tea tree oil, I would avoid this product. I would highly recommend the Roll-On Blemish Attack for those like me that get the occasional breakout, and want a no-fuss way of dealing with blemishes to work into their regular skincare regime. The Ole Henriksen Roll-On Blemish Attack retails for $46 AUD and can be purchased online from Adore Beauty.

6 Thoughts on “Product Review: Ole Henriksen Roll-On Blemish Attack

  1. Claire on February 4, 2011 at 1:29 pm said:

    I like products like this that pin point a problem area instead of having to wash or coat your entire face with something.
    Safe to say this sounds like a HG product. Must have it!

    • I like that to! And it means that I can use whatever I would normally use on the rest of my face that doesn’t have any sort of blemish problems. Hope you like the product if you do try it out!

  2. This is interesting! I’ve been using Dermalogica Overnight Clearing Gel, and whilst I find it good on the body, it doesn’t do much for clearing up breakouts on my face (so far). Do you think this would work with cystic acne?

    • I think it would be worth a try! The breakouts I get along my jawling are mostly hormonal, (and often just cystic acne) and it works for me with controlling those.

  3. How often do you use it? I have wanted to try this for ages.

  4. omg, are you serious? I use the Dermalogica overnight clearing gel as well. I use their whole acne kit but I feel like the face wash is the only thing that really works because the overnight clearing gel doesn’t prevent future breakouts, the clearing mattifier doesn’t do anything and the special clearing booster has 5% benzoyl peroxide which doesn’t help with appearing acne at all, only gets worse. The mask doesn’t get rid of the acne either. haha But Dermalogica is the only thing that has improved my skin and prevent me from breaking out more as I used to go see a Dermatologist before which helped a lot but using Dermalogica helped improve my skin. Then I tried a sample of Ole Henriksen invigorating gel and sheer transformation and saw results the next morning and my skin looks more clear, the acne scars were diminishing, the acne was actually fading and so I went to Sephora and got the trio package with the truth serum booster. I saw this acne spot treatment and I’m very curious to see how it works. The Dermalogica products I use don’t have anti-aging properties in it and their age smart line wasn’t for me as I am at that age where I’m stepping into the…. slowly progressing into aging process lol Now I am looking for an eye cream because I have very fine lines under my eyes and I tried every single eye cream from Dermalogica and none of them worked.

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