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One of the products that I have used again over and over the years are the <strong>Biore Deep Cleansing Pore Strips</strong>. These pore strips are meant to unclog your pores by removing dirt and blackheads.
In my opinion, these pore strips are some of the most expensive items that you will purchase if you use them quite often. They are available in 8 packs, 14 packs, and 24 packs (which have combination strips for the nose + face).
The pricing will vary depending on which variety you purchase and where you purchase it at but typically, you can find each of these box ranging from $7-13
They can also be purchased at a wide variety of places: Ulta, Walmart, Target, CVS, Rite Aid, Walgreens, etc.
Biore recently changed up their packaging for all of their new products. Any product that are in the "Deep Cleansing" line are white and blue; products that are "Complexion Clearing" has white and orange packaging; products that are "Makeup Removing" are white and pink. Other than the exterior packaging, the product itself remains the same - a nose strips that conforms pretty well to the curves and contours of your nose.
1. Remove strips from pouch. Twist strip to loosen and separate slits prior to use
2. After washing your face, thoroughly wet your nose. The strip won`t stick on a dry nose.
3. Dry hands. Peel strip off plastic liner. Apply to nose area, smooth side down, pressing down to ensure good contact with skin
4. Let dry for about 10-15 minutes until stiff to the touch - like papier-mache
5. Slowly and carefully peel off starting at edges, pulling toward center
I like to use these pore strips once every 2 weeks or just whenever I notice that there is a lot of blackheads building up around my nose area. The application process is fairly simple if you follow the directions. Once the strip really hardens up like papier-mache, you know that it`s time to take it off. Honestly, the removal process HURTS. I always get teary... haha. Do these pore strips work? If you look at the pictures that I took (sorry if it grosses you out), you can see that the strip pulled out some dirt, grime & blackheads. Honestly, when I use these strips, sometimes I am disappointed at the results because not a lot of gunk gets pulled out at times. I`m still on the search for a product that can REALLY get a lot of my blackheads out and that perhaps hurt a bit less, but for now, these Biore Pore Strips will have to do.
<strong>OVERALL, I rate the Biore Deep Cleansing Pore Strips: B</strong>
I think that these are expensive and they do tend to get used up pretty quickly as well. They`re not THE BEST at removing dirt and blackheads, but they are the only thing that I have found to work effectively so I will continue to repurchase... Until I find a better alternative.