Peace Out Acne Stickers Are The Most Instagrammable Way To Get Rid Of Zits Ever

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Don't pick it — stick it. That's the motto of Peace Out Skincare and its dot-shaped acne healing stickers, which are about to become the latest Instagram-worthy beauty trend.

Peace Out Acne Healing Dots, $19, Sephora

Sheet masks are such a fun skincare trend not simply because they do their job and pamper your skin while treating a variety of issues but also because they are so 'Grammable. Come on, you know you've Instagrammed selfies while rocking a sheet mask that makes you look like Jason Voorhees from Friday the 13th. I sure have. Posting these pics is one of the best parts of sheet mask x skincare culture.

Sheet masks are now facing some legit competition when it comes to social media-worthy skincare, thanks to Peace Out. The brand has created "healing acne stickers" that you place over top of pesky zits and blemishes.

Skincare stickers? How fun and functional, right? Here's how they work, according to the press materials received by Bustle.

The stickers reduce redness, size, and pain of a pimple. They are crafted with salicylic acid, which addresses bacteria. They also contain Vitamin A, which speeds healing, as well as Aloe Vera, which soothes the redness.

You place the sticker over your zit for six hours and let it do its thing.

All you have to do is cleanse your face, place a sticker, which is shaped like a dot, sticky-side down on your blemish. Wear overnight, since half-a-dozen hours is recommended for the best result.

Catchin up on sleep while getting some skincare treatment? Yes! You can crash out after you 'Gram some selfies with your stickers aka dots, though.

Peace Out Skincare stickers are now exclusively available via Sephora.com. The dots land at Sephora stores on Jul. 28. The sticker pack costs $19. Some of the packaging and advertising is millennial pink, too!

I am a sucker for cute packaging. The emoji-like graphics are adorbs. Buh-bye, acne! These babies are good for spot treatments, emergency fixes, and they treat, heal, and protect.

Courtesy of Sephora

Anyone else thinking about designs you can make on your face based on how you place these, as well?