I had my run with adolescence not too long ago. I distinctly remember the physical discomforts of those embarrassing times. There were the growing pains in my legs from bones growing too fast, migraines from my braces helping my teeth to realign, and zits that plagued me. The leg pains and headaches I could take medicine for. There was no prescription for dignity in pill form that I could swallow every morning to help my face clear up by the first bell. Zit Me seems almost like a voodoo curse for a teenager. It’s the sort of attitude of, “You broke my heart, so I’ll break-out your face.” I can only imagine how satisfying that might be on some levels. With Zit Me, you can chose from a variety of zits to plague someone’s face with. Before I started writing this review, I wondered how many different kinds of zits there could be. Then, I took a look and found myself at an uncomfortable place on memory lane. There are, in fact, different types of zits, each with its own special annoyance. I think I blocked that part of my trip into adulthood from my mind to protect myself. You can also add a thought or speech bubble to your picture. There’s nothing better than topping off a humiliating picture with a humiliating caption. Once you’re done messing with your victim’s self-esteem, you can save the picture to your camera roll or to your favorites. The most impressive feature I’ve been messing with is the ability to zoom, rotate and adjust the opacity of the zit overlay. You can fit the zits to the face as realistically as you wish. Adjusting the blending feature helps to tone down the zits so that they appear to be more natural. I was really impressed with it. Zit Me is available on the App Store for the awesome price of FREE!