About a week ago, I was sent the Biore Deep Cleansing Charcoal Pore Strips to review.
Typically, pore strips isn’t part of my skincare routine. I have tried using a different brand of pore strips in the past and it was a fail. The strip did not stick to my nose properly and so it didn’t work.
That was it for me, I had a couple more strips in the box that I didn’t bother trying again after that first failed attempt but for some reason, I signed up to try the Biore Deep Cleansing Charcoal Pore Strips for Rubybox.
So, will this one work? Let’s wait and find out, shall we?
What are blackheads?
Blackheads are a combination of dirt and oil that clog the pores and stop your face from living its best life. Just imagine a dustbin overflowing with rubbish, it is stinky and unsightly, just like blackheads – except for the stinky bit.
What does Biore Deep Cleansing Charcoal Pore Strips Do?
The pore strips act as a vacuum that sucks all the dirt and oil that causes blackheads, thereby unclogging your pores.
- On a clean face, wet your nose.
- Remove the strip from the pouch.
- Peel off the plastic liner.
- With dry hands, place the strip on your wet nose.
- Leave on for 10 – 15 mins.
- Gently peel and rinse off any residue.
The Biore Charcoal Deep Cleansing Pore Strips is R135 at Clicks and contains 6 in a pack.
Its list of ingredients are:
Polyquaternium-37, Silica, Aqua, Glycerin, Polysilicone-13, Iron Oxides/CI 77499, PEG-12 Dimethicone, Methylparaben, Menthol, Charcoal Powder, Styrene/Stearyl Methacrylate Crosspolymer.
I would recommend this product. It definitely works to remove blackheads and it gives me such a satisfying feeling to remove the strip and see all the dirt and oil attached to the strip. My nose also feels soft to the touch and not rough.
I even took it one step further and used it on my chin which is the roughest part of my face and it sure did the job. Now, my chin and nose are both smooth and not rough and bumpy.
Have you tried the Biore Charcoal Deep Cleansing Pore Strips?