Zits (EWWW!) Pop n’ Play Pimples Review


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Recently, the kidlets and I got the opportunity to check out the new Zits (EWWW!) Pop n’ Play Pimples, and we had a disgustingly good time! New York City’s NSI International, Inc. was looking for the next big thing and saw how much time pimple popping got on social media. You see clips on Facebook, and there are whole channels devoted to popping pimples, including videos with a dermatologist known as, Dr. Pimple Popper. With the enormous popularity of that and the growing popularity of slime, Zits (EWWW!) Pop n’ Play Pimples seems to be coming out at just the right time!
The Zits Pop n’ Play Pimples come in packs like those pictured above and contain easy peel off stickers that you can put on your body. They have a variety of sizes, so you can have small ones and big ones. They are safe and non-toxic. It is sometimes a little tricky to pop, and sometimes when you do, you get that exploding effect (kinda like the real thing). I popped one of them on my daughter, and it got in my hair and all over my glasses. Yes, it was gross, but my girls and I were dying of laughter by the time we were done.
Currently, you can purchase Zits (EWWW!) Pop n’ Play Pimples through their website and also on Amazon. They will soon be available at other retailers in packages of 25, with an MSRP of $4.99.
My son also tried them out, and while he does not like to be seen in photos anymore, he said that this would be something fun to do with a group of friends. If you are looking for something to make your kid’s next sleepover memorable or have a pimple popping obsession yourself, these really do make a fun toy!


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