Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Introducing ZitsTM (EWWW!) Pop n’ Play Pimples! #spon #giveaway

*DISCLOSURE* Thank you to Zits for providing product samples in order to facilitate this post.  All thoughts are strictly my own. 

First came the whoopie cushion, then stink bombs, fake vomit, slime and poop emoji toys.  Now New York City’s NSI International, Inc. is taking “gross” to a whole new level. Introducing ZitsTM (EWWW!) pop n’ play pimples. 

In searching for the next big thing, NSI turned to a massive cultural trend – a social media fascination with pimple popping. 
Oddly enough, hundreds of millions of viewers around the world are tuning into platforms like YouTube, Facebook and Reddit to watch people pop zits. There are even celebrity zit poppers. One dermatologist, dubbed “Dr. Pimple Popper,” has 3.2 million YouTube subscribers and almost 1,000 videos, with a staggering 2 billion views.  Ummm, okay...thar's nuts y'all! 😊

It's easy to apply this gag toy, just peel and stick wherever.

To start, we tried the two finger approach on a zit placed on my face.  We found too much pressure was needed to pop the zit that way (it kinds hurt!) so we tried popping one applied to my hand. 

Again, to much force was needed.  You  should definitely place these in areas that it doesn't hurt when excessive pressure is applied.  We did have a little more luck with the "one finger" approach, but the zits were easiest to pop when we squeezed them alone (not attached to the skin) or stuck them on more forgiving surfaces, like the table.

The ooze that comes out is a fun slime, which, though it seems gross, was fun to play with.

Zits pop 'n play pimples are safe and non-toxic. They come in several sizes and are being sold in a massive pack of 100 for $19.99 at They will be coming to Walmart and other major retailers this Spring and will be sold in packages of 25, with an MSRP of $4.99.

Check out Zits in action:

If your kiddos are fans of potty humor, they will love Zits!

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Disclosure: I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.

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