Sunday, April 22, 2018

ZITS! Review & Giveaway! (U.S.) Ends 5/3 #IGotZits



My Review:
The back of the Zits are easy to peel off. They stick to your skin and other surfaces, but they aren't so sticky that they leave residue behind! So if your child sticks them onto a wall, table, etc., they are easy to peel off! When I first put one on my daughter's arm, we had trouble trying to pop the Zit. So I played around with one and figured out that I had to look for an area of the Zit where you could clearly see that the liquid inside is closer to one of the edges of the Zit, and that's where you need to push all of the Zit slime stuff towards. When you do this, the plastic breaks open and out comes the Zit! It feels like a slimy booger!

I asked my almost nine year old daughter what she thought about Zits. She said that they’d be a lot more fun with friends or to play with at a birthday party. She said she’d even spend her allowance on them! She’s usually super picky about what she spends her own money on too. As she tries to get the most for her money when she has cash or gift cards to spend.

My girls have been playing with their Zits on and off for days! Sometimes they come downstairs from their bedroom just to show me the Zits on their faces. They are so silly!

Check out our personal photos and short video below!



Each package of Zits comes with FREE Removable Tattoos!




How To Play With ZITS:


Product Information:
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 Zits(EWWW!) pop n’ play pimples. Just press them on, squeeze ‘em, and gross out everyone!
“Kids have loved anything disgusting since the beginning of time,” says NSI President Frank Landi. “Whoopie cushions date all the way back to medieval times, and plastic poop has been around since the 1950s. Every generation has its own spin on gross toys. We wanted to go where no toy has gone before and still be fun! So, ‘we got Zits!’”

In searching for the next big thing, NSI turned to a massive cultural trend – a social media fascination with pimple popping. 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.

Zits pop n’ play pimples aim to move to the “whitehead” of the pack, disrupting a potty-crazed toy market that has brought kids everything from cuddly plush poop to electronic fart blasters. Now, Landi says, “It’s the pimple’s time to shine.”

“With slime hotter than ever, we thought it was the perfect time to create the ultimate toy mash-up – adding some play compound to the thrill of pimple popping and the satisfaction of popping bubble wrap,” Landi says. “The result is the most disgustingly amazing toy ever.”


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 IGotZits.com. They are currently available to purchase at Walmart and other major retailers and will be sold in packages of 25, with an MSRP of $4.99.





Giveaway! Ends 5/3


Disclosure: I received some Zits of my own to review and in exchange for this post, I will also receive a small financial compensation from a PR agency. Some of the photos above are my own, and some of the photos are from the Zits website.

1 comment:

  1. i not seen that but i would let the kids play with

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