Monday, November 18, 2013

First Impression: Bioré Deep Cleasing Pore Strips

heyy girls,

as you might know, Target opened a store near me a couple of weeks ago and I went a little bit crazy. I forgot to do a haul but if you'll still be interested into seeing what I got at Target just tell me in the comments ;) So, when I was there I found those Biore Deep Cleansing Pore Strips and I've heard great but also bad things about them in the past. This is why I decided to buy them and tell you what is my true opinion about those supposedly "magic" strips. Just keep reading if you want to know the truth about the Biore Deep Cleansing Pore Strips...

First, I'll just tell you a little something about my skin type, just for you to see if your skin would react the same because as you know everyone skin is different. I have combination skin to normal, plus I have sensitive skin. Actually, my skin has been acting up lately and I think it is because of the change of weather. But basically, my skin gets a little oily (not much) on my forehead and on my chin sometimes towards the end of the day. It is also dry sometimes because I have sensitive skin so my skin gets dry easily. I mostly have blackheads on my nose area. It isn't my a big concern about my skin but I wouldn't mind if they could disappear ;)  
So I've tested out for you the Biore  Deep Cleansing Pore Strips for the first time last Monday. So this is a first impression, not a review at all because I don't think that trying a product once can really tell you if it is a good or a bad product. So let's move on to what I thought about this product.
First, I opened up the little wrap in which the little white strip comes in. I put some water on my nose area for my skin to be wet. I did take a shower before so my face was clean. 
Next, I read the instruction and did what they tell me to do; I took out the strip after I put water on my face, then I put the sticky side of the strip on my nose. I let it sit there for 10 minutes while I was preparing myself to go to bed. 
Now was time for the removing part. I literaly felt like I was ripping off my skin when I was pulling on the strip. It felt exactly like when you try to remove a plaster. It was an horrible feeling! 
After that much pain I thought to myself: "There are better be some black heads on that miserable strip!"...
Guess what!? There were no black heads. Zero. Nada. I was pissed off. Then, I went to bed and while I was writting this post, my nose was tangly and I felt a weird sticky residue. It felt like the sticky thing from the strip at the beginning was now stuck on my nose. 

I tried to remove it by rinsing my face with water. The tangly feeling stopped after a couple of minutes and I touched my nose again. It felt SO SOFT! 
So basically, it did nothing for my black heads but it did exfoliate my skin. For that reason, this product was a total fail to me. Of course, I'll try it again and if my opinion changes I'll do a blog post about it. Also, if you know a way to make it work or if you noticed that I used wrong, please leave me a comment :)

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