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Blemish Treatment

The blend of essential oils in Stop the Spot are filled with the chemical compounds to help your skin kill bacteria, recover from acne, and reduce appearance of scars.


  • Destroys or prevents the growth of micro-organisms (bacteria, viruses, & fungus) thanks to the its antibacterial, disinfectant, antiseptic, antifungal, & antiviral properties.

  • Balances & regulates sebum production & clears out pores.

  • Exfoliates & removes surface impurities & dead skin cells.

  • Supports healthy circulation & the removal of toxins.

  • Reduces inflammation & redness & soothes irritated skin.

  • Dulls pain & supports wound healing.

  • Prevents loss of moisture.

  • Reduces the appearance of scars.


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Rub the roller ball directly on the blemish. Or, rub the roller ball onto a cotton swab then dab onto the blemish. Repeat several times throughout the first day. When you start to see improvement (usually within the first day - even within a few hours), you can decrease use.

The average use is for 1-3 days. Cystic acne will take longer to clear up because it is deeper.

Do not use Stop the Spot for longer than 2 weeks of consecutive daily use.


Get a second Stop the Stop to keep in your First Aid Kit. It will speed up the healing of minor cuts and abrasions and help keep them clear of infection!


Do not use Stop the Spot for more than 14 consecutive days.

Some ingredients are considered phototoxic. Avoid direct exposure to sunlight for 12 hours after use.

Consult your doctor prior to use if you:

  • use oral acne medication

  • are using any medication that thins the blood (prescribed, aspirin, etc)

  • have a bleeding disorder

  • have or had an estrogen-dependent cancer, are at high risk for breast cancer, are on hormone replacement therapy, or take birth control

  • have epilepsy or any other seizure disorder

  • are pregnant or trying to get pregnant

  • have high blood pressure

  • have any other chronic medical condition

  • use any prescription medication

This product is for external use only. Do not ingest. Spot test prior to using. Avoid applying near the eyes. Use only the advised amount. Discontinue use should you have an adverse reaction or if there is a noticeable change to the color, texture, or aroma. Keep out of reach of children and pets.


To prolong the life of your product and prevent oxidation or bacterial growth, keep the top firmly closed and store your bottle out of direct sunlight and away from heat and moisture.



The Octopus

I initially chose the octopus to represent the Stop the Spot Blemish Treatment because of the eight key ways it helps clear up blemishes. "Arm yourself with these 8 weapons..." But, if you know anything about octopi, then you know this was a lot more than a playful word game.

Octopi symbolize our ability to overcome adversity and challenging situations by using logic and creativity. They represent willpower and focus. They are extremely intelligent and are said to be the smartest invertebrates on the planet. They are well known for getting out of almost any enclosure they don't want to be in. They are also symbolic of regrowth and regeneration, because they can regrow an arm if they need to.

Hawaiians have the healing God Kanaloa, who often takes the form of an octopus. Kanaloa is seen as complementaty to Kāne, the highest of the three major Hawaiian deities. The name Kanaloa translates to “great stillness,” as one feels when they are at peace with the universe.

The Ainu people (indigenous to Japan) have a tale of a great beast - the Akkorokamui - which they revere and view as a divine being. This beast influenced Shintoism. There are four essential components of a Shinto ceremony - with purification being one. Before entering the shrine to Akkorokamui, one must cleanse their hands and feet. People often turn to Akkorokamui when they have skin ailments, as well for as mental purification, for this deity is aligned with healing and renewal. 

The Māori call the octopus wheke. It represents their traditonal health model. The head of the octous represents te whānau, the family. The eyes represent waiora, the total well-being of the family and individual. Each of the arms symbolize a different dimension of health: wairuatanga – spirituality, hinengaro – the mind, taha tinana – physical wellbeing, whanaungatanga - extended family, mauri – life force, mana ake – unique identity of individuals and family, hā a koro ma, a kui ma – breath of life from forbearers, and whatumanawa – the open and healthy expression of emotion.

Line drawing of Sea Buckthorn plant with fruit

While the ingredients listed above have a long history of therapeutic use and multiple applications and there is ever-increasing scientific research into their chemical structures and the benefits they provide, the statements made on this website have not been evaluated or approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any condition or disease but to help you look, feel, and smell better.

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