Product Review: Biore Ultra Deep Cleansing Pore Strips

by Martina Gonzalez

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What Are Biore Ultra Deep Cleansing Pore Strips?

Pore strips offer an affordable, fun way to remove blackheads from your nose and other parts of your face. Chances are, you’ve used them before—they’ve been around forever! But now Biore is offering a stronger, more advanced version of their classic pore strips: Ultra Deep Cleansing Pore Strips. Biore Ultra Deep Cleansing Pore Strips differ from other pore strips because they contain extra pore-purifying ingredients, like witch hazel, menthol, and tea tree oil. All of these ingredients contain toning benefits that will help keep your pore clean after the blackhead has been removed. They also help to shrink the appearance of pores over time.

How Well Do Biore Ultra Deep Cleansing Pore Strips Work?

Biore Ultra Deep Cleansing Pore Strips are effective on blackheads and large pores. Blackheads are plugs made up of oily sebum and keratin trapped within a pore. Although they’re known as “blackheads,” the plug can be either black or yellow. Since blackheads sit above the skin’s surface, pore strips are effective at manually pulling them out.

To use the Biore Ultra Deep Cleansing Pore Strips, wash your face and then wet your nose. The strip can also be used on other blackhead-prone parts of the face, such as foreheads, cheeks, and chins. Press the strip firmly onto the skin, and let it dry for about fifteen minutes. The strip should then feel dry and crinkly. Peel the strip off slowly from the edge. The truly satisfying part of pore strips is looking at them after you’ve peeled them off. If they successfully removed your blackheads, they’ll be stuck to the underside of the strip.

Cost and Availability

Biore Ultra Deep Cleansing Pore Strips are widely available in drugstores for just a couple dollars more than traditional pore strips. They retail for about $10, but it’s easy to find coupons for them online and in print.

Beyond Biore Ultra Deep Cleansing Pore Strips

Pore strips are an affordable and fun way to remove some of the blackheads from your face, but it’s impossible to get every single pore clear, and these at-home solutions are simply unable to tackle the tougher onsets of acne. To truly clarify your skin, an in-office procedure such as microdermabrasion or a chemical peel is optimal. To discuss your skin care options with a licensed professional at a free consultation, contact Healthy Skin Portal!

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