What does it do: Removes dirt and blackheads from the nose area
How much: Php 89 (around $2)
Instructions: Clean and wet the nose area. Dry hands and
adhere the nose strip to the nose. Smooth and press down firmly. Leave on for 10-15 minutes. Peel off and wash nose with water.
I decided to try this immediately after the Etude House Green Tea Nose Patch fail (see here). I have been using this nose patch for quite some time now and it works a lot better than Etude's... for me anyway. It really removes dirt in my pores and makes the area look a lot cleaner and smoother. I still have some smaller blackheads, but I can live with them. One problem for me though.. this nose patch really leaves all my pores on my nose open! I guess that's to be expected since it's extracting dirt, but you know. Ew. I'd suggest using a toner after.
It's just as big as the Etude Nose patch.
Sorry for my face lol!
Eeek! Close up!
Okay, gross pictures of the nose strip after I took it off.
You can see all the dirt even without me using an HD camera haha. Ewww. Compared to the Etude House nose patch, this actually removed some clogged oil in my pores.
This product is also made in Korea by the way! It is not supposed to be used on damaged or burnt skin. One big plus for this product is that all the information is written in English :D
Packaging - 5/5 - 10 strips come in a separate packet inside the box!
Price - 5/5 - It's very cheap!
Effect - 5/5
Smell - 5/5 - It smells like coconut... weird I know, but that's what I think.
Overall - 5/5
This is definitely a must try for all of you who want to remove the clogged dirt in your noses. It's very affordable and covers a big area. The instructions are very clear and easy to follow. This is a good product and works well for even oily skin :)
Will I repurchase?
Yes! I have repurchased this maybe 3 times already. I have yet to try a nose strip more effective than this.
What nose strips do you use?
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