Dupe Alert: Brite Spot Medic vs. Dream Dots

Hello beauties,

There seems to be an evolution in spot treatments moving away from the topical spot cream to a spot sticker. I was recently provided the Brite Organix Spot Medic* and the Dream Dots* which are both very similar, spot treatment stickers that you apply directly to the blemish. But do these spot stickers work?


About Brite Spot Medic*

What Brite says about Spot Medic, “Spot Medic is a hydrocolloid mask designed to help blemishes fast. New to the market, the mini gel plasters create a barrier between you and your spot and can work overnight in a bid to eliminate pimples and reduce swelling.”

Overall Thoughts: 

  • Retails for $9.95 for a packet of 36 adhesive masks, available from Priceline, Coles and Woolworths
  • PETA certified and vegan
  • You need to hold it for 30 seconds to ensure it sticks on well
  • Throughout the night I think the outside of the mask started to peel up
  • My blemish didn’t turn white overnight as it suggested on the packaging
  • The following day I found my blemish had reduced about 50% in size


About Dream Dots*

What Dream Dots say, “Dream Dots is an absorbent overnight patch treatment, designed to calm and treat unwanted breakouts. It is 100% waterproof, breathable, bio-compatible and suitable for all skin types. When Dream Dots come in contact with the blemish, it absorbs the spot fluid. The patch swells and turns white overnight, resulting in a visible reduction in redness and inflammation when removed in the morning.”

Overall Thoughts:

  • Retails for $19.99 per box of 24 patches, available from Terry White Chemists
  • Completely invisible, Bae didn’t even know I was wearing something on my blemish
  • I found these super sticky, it didn’t come off during the night and I had to feel around in the morning to make sure it was still on (which it was)
  • My blemish didn’t turn white overnight
  • When I woke up my blemish had decreased 30 to 40%


Personally both spot stickers weren’t amazing for me, I much prefer using Mario Badescu Drying Lotion. However I should mention, when I get a blemish they’re big stubborn ones. I think if you get small, sporadic blemishes then this could be beneficial for you.

*This product has been provided for reviewing purposes, all views and opinions are 100% honest.

**Disclaimer: All opinions are based on personal experiences, and are not sponsored. rachelbeautystyle is not a make up artist, beauty or skincare specialist and will not be held liable for any recommendations. Therefore try at your own risk.

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2 thoughts on “Dupe Alert: Brite Spot Medic vs. Dream Dots

  1. The spot medic didn’t work at all for me, they weren’t sticky enough. They’re good to stop you from picking at your zits. I still haven’t given up on them though. I’m tempted to get the Thomas Roth ones but they’re really expensive from Sephora.


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