Millford AC On-Spot Cream Review

Millford AC On-Spot Cream Review

Millford AC On-Spot Cream is within Millford Korea's AC range which contains several products. It's a spot cream to help clear blemishes and acne. Read on to know what this AC On-Spot Cream from Millford has to offer. 

Disclaimer: This product was sent to me for review purposes. I was paid to write a review but that does not affect my thoughts on it. Do take note that my experience with this product may not be the same as yours as each skin type is different. Your Milage May Vary (YMMV). I am also not a skin expert, I'm only a skincare enthusiast. Hence, I do not qualify to suggest dermatological advice, please seek a certified medical practioner for further advice if needed.

What is Millford AC On-Spot Cream

Millford AC On-Spot Cream is a spot cream to clear dark spots and acne. Millford claims that their spot cream is infused with Spicules & Niacinamide which has been curated to handle blemish by drying them up, reducing inflammation, and even out the hyperpigmentation. This spot cream when is to be applied at night on a blemish spot, which then helps dry out the acne spot overnight. It relieves any inflammations caused by acne.

What Millford Claims on Its AC On-Spot Cream

1. Quickly and intensively dries off any blemish spot
2. Reduce hyperpigmentation caused by blemishes
3. Shrinks the size of upcoming blemish spots
4. 100% safe ingredients
5. Cruelty-free

Main Ingredients of Product

Treat Blemish 
Spicules can be seen as a delivery system that allows other active ingredients to get into the skin faster. They have micro-needle-like structures that open up the way for others to properly penetrate and get into the action of treating the blemish.


Product Details
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Price: 76MYR | 18USD (30ml)
Origin: Korea
Skin Concern: Soothe acne and clear blemishes
Skin Types: All Skin Types
PAO: 6 Months
Full Ingredients List (INCI): 
GoodieSuperstar | Blocky | Icky
Others: Water, Niacinamide, Butylene Glycol, Zinc Oxide, Glycerin, Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil, Dimethicone, CetearylAlcohol, 1,2-Hexanediol, Elaeis Guineensis (Palm) Oil, Cetearyl Olivate, Polysorbate 60, Sorbitan Olivate, Elaeis Guineensis(Palm) Kernel Oil, Betaine, Hydroxyethyl Acrylate/Sodium Acryloyldimethyl Taurate Copolymer, Xanthan Gum, Sponge,Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree) Leaf Oil, Asiaticoside, Asiatic Acid, Madecassic Acid, Zinc PCA

My Thoughts on Millford AC On-Spot Cream

This is my review of Millford AC On-Spot Cream
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Looking into the full list of ingredients for Millford AC On-Spot Cream, its main ingredient is Niacinamide which most spot cream has. Another ingredient that Millford highlighted is Spicules, which is my very first time hearing about it. Millford mentions it as a delivery system to enhance actives absorb better in the skin. I googled it up, and Spicules are like in needle-like forms, which probably is why Millford mentions that  Spicules give a tingling feeling when applied to the skin but that is nothing to worry about because it shows the cream is in action.

Honestly, I'm still unsure what is Spicules, I don't even see the word in their INCI list, so I'm guessing it's something else. Other than that, this spot cream contains antibacterial and soothing ingredients that is Tea Tree and Centella Asiatica components.

Packaging is beautiful, it comes in a sleek fully covered plastic tube with a long screw cap. It has a small opening but it's easy to squeeze out the right amount of product for each use. It also comes with an outer box and the labels included are in English and Korean.

To my surprise, it's a thick white cream. The texture is viscous and not watery or in gel form. Since it's a spot cream I was imagining it to be rather light for easy absorption but it doesn't seem that way. The cream needs blending and without proper blend, it doesn't absorb well and creates a white cast,

It has very minimal scent to no scent at all

I have been using this spot cream from Millford a few times within the last 2 weeks and I did not experience any irritation or bad reactions while or after application. I was expecting a bit of tingling but I didn't feel anything. I did have a huge acne pop out last week and I have been using this to help soothe it. However, since it's a thick cream, I didn't seem to want to blend it with the acne underneath, so I just left a spot of cream on the acne and it seemed to calm it down. However it was ugly, I could see a white spot on my face, but since I was using it at home only, it was okay. 

I have also been using this spot cream to clear the dark spots on my cheeks which I blended in of course. It does take some time to absorb and it also has a white cast. It's like applying sunscreen to me, which makes sense as Zinc Oxide is included in this. However, this night cream is suggested to be used at night so it should be no problem with the white cast if you don't mind it.

Overall Thoughts
Millford AC On-Spot Cream may be worth the try but I must say it doesn't seem like an ideal spot cream for me since the texture is a bit too thick and needs to be blended in. Probably I'm so used to spot creams that are more lightweight without an obvious cast. Well, that's each ones preference so it's not really fair for me to say this product ain't good because it didn't come to my liking. However, I did see slight results using this spot cream and it did help dry out my acne quick.

My Rate
Rate: 3/5
Repurchase: Probably no 
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