A funny thing happened to me on the way to the checkout counter at the local drug store. A box of Biore Pore Perfect Deep Cleansing Pore Strips somehow found its way into my cart. I paid for them without noticing and took them home. I’m not one to return things, so I gave them a try. And they work great!
Clogged pores are more of a problem for some people than they are for others, but they shouldn’t be a great cause for concern with this product on the market. Biore deep cleansing pore strips are a weekly pore refining treatment for the nose area that instantly removes pore-clogging dirt, oil and blackheads. According to Biore, tests show that in just one use, Biore deep cleansing pore strips are twice as effective as the leading pore cleanser at getting rid of build-up and blackheads and producing cleaner pores.
Biore deep cleansing pore strips actually diminish the appearance of your pores, making your skin look better. Biore deep cleansing pore strips boast an innovative slit design for improved fit. This product is dermatologist tested and hypo-allergenic.
Biore deep cleansing pore strips are easy to use. Simply remove the strip from the pouch, twist the strip to loosen and separate the slits. Wash your face thoroughly, then liberally wet your nose. Dry your hands and peel the Biore deep cleansing pore strip off the plastic liner. Apply to the nose area, smoothing the sides and pressing down to ensure good contact with the skin. Let dry for about 10 to 15 minutes until the Biore deep cleansing pore strip is stiff to the touch. Finally, slowly and carefully pull off the strip, starting at the edges and pulling towards the center.
You can see the results clinging to the used strip.
Biore deep cleansing pore strips can be used weekly. Do not use more often than once every three days.
The Biore deep cleansing pore strips can be a bit pricey, $8 to $10 for 14 strips, but they do accomplish what they say they will – unclogged pores and the appearance of smaller, tighter pores.
Biore cautions the consumer to use Biore deep cleansing pore strips only on the nose. Avoid using Biore deep cleansing pore strips on acne blemishes or swollen, sunburned, excessively dry skin, or skin prone to spider veins. Consult your physician before using Biore deep cleansing pore strips on skin being treated with prescription acne medication. Avoid using Biore deep cleansing pore strips on skin which is sensitive to bandages or peel-off face masks.
If you’re bothered by clogged pores and/or blackheads, give Biore deep cleansing pore strips a try. You won’t regret that you did. And they just might change your life a bit, giving you some added confidence in your appearance.