Monday, July 8, 2013

Product Review: Naris Up Pore Clear Pack


Naris Up Pore Clear Pack

A while ago, I came to realize that pore strips just weren't ever going to be something that worked for me. I never payed much attention to the itchiness and irritation that usually followed using them. However, I then read that they have the potential to be pretty damaging to your skin and things began to click in my head. I swore them off immediately.

It was at that point that Naris Up Pore Clear Pack, a peel-off mask made with eggshell essence and charcoal, swooped in to save me from my pesky nose.

When I lived in Japan, this was my go-to for nose pore care, and having it again has been great. I use it once a week all over my nose to keep my pores in check and it does the job well, not to mention relatively inexpensively at $6.40.

For me, the most important aspect of this pore clearing pack is that it's gentle. I feel like I don't have to worry about wrecking the pores on my nose. This is just simple, effective maintenance.

Another great thing about this is that it's versatile. You can also use it on troublesome places other than your nose, such as your chin and forehead. Wherever you want to stick the goo, the goo will happily stick. You let it sit and dry, peel it off, then give the area a quick wash to get rid of any excess and you've got some happy pores.

Although the amount of product may seem small at 20g, I can tell you that it only takes a small amount to cover your whole nose. I've been using the same tube since I hauled it in February of this year. So, you know, a little definitely goes a long way.


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18 comments:

  1. I've been looking for something more effective than those pore strips. No matter what I do they always leave residue on my nose and peeling those things off HURTS! I'll definitely have to check this out :3

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    1. Argh, my nose itches just thinking about them!

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  2. I was never a big fan of pore strips. Might have to check this out. Sounds like a good alternative. x3

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    1. If you ever get itty bitty whiteheads on your nose I would highly recommend it. This keeps mine from ever cropping up.

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  3. This sounds like a nice alternative. I like the drawing on the tube, by the way :)

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  4. I love peel off masks, this sounds really good! *___*

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  6. I have the Daiso charcoal one (that dries and then you have to peel it off) and it's very effective, it's not very gentle though, it gets adhered to the skin and it can hurt a bit. Thanks for the review Leah, I've never heard about this product before ^^ xx

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    1. I've never tried the Daiso one, so it's good to know that it's a bit rough. I'll totally steer clear from that one in the future.

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