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It’s possible that pore strips could be an obsession

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It’s possible that pore strips could be an obsession

biore ultra deep cleansing pore stripsThere is something extremely gratifying about using pore strips, isn’t there? I mean, who doesn’t love knowing that gunk that was in their skin one moment is now stuck to some stuff to be looked at at analyzed? Okay, maybe not analyzed, but who doesn’t get satisfaction out of clear pores?

Biore was my first introduction to pore strips back in the day, and now they have a new formulation: Ultra Deep Cleansing Pore Strips. Formulated with a patented system that lifts out deep-down dirt, the custom-fit strips are twice as effective as the leading pore cleanser at getting rid of pore-clogging buildup and blackheads. Bioré Ultra Deep Cleansing Pore Strips target and instantly unclog even more pores than the Biore Original Nose Strips because they are longer. Tea tree oil, known to help treat breakout prone skin as witch hazel which aids in reducing redness and inflammation. Menthol provides tingling and cooling, signaling a deep clean. Keeping pores free of deep, down dirt is the best way to keep pore-size small.

I don’t know how often you are really supposed to use these things, but I average at least once a week, sometimes more. Do you use pore strips, and do you think that they help the situation?

PS: did you know you can make your own pore strips? Me, either. I’m far too lazy for such a thing, but information is power!

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