Beauty Credit Charcoal Nose Pore Cleaning Patch

Happy weekend everyone! I will be going to two events today. Don't worry I'll share the events with you next time here on my blog as I'm sure I will be covering them for you. :)

One of the things that we bought from Beauty Credit in Subic was Charcoal Nose Pore Cleaning Patch. If you have been following my blog, you probably know that one of my biggest problems is blackheads. I have tried so many products but I think it's just how my skin is. Maybe I'm just really prone to getting blackheads and whiteheads. So I decided to get two of these just so H and I could both give it a try.

First thing I noticed was that it's black/gray. Usually nose strips are either white or blue. The next thing is the smell. It doesn't smell good at all. It kinda smells like charcoal and I find it weird to put on my face because of the smell but anyway, carry lang. Haha!

So I researched and saw some posts on how to use it. You wet the nose before putting on the nose strip and lightly massage it to the area.

I kept mine on for about 30 minutes. I would usually watch TV or do whatever I need to do with the nose patch on before stripping it off.

Okay this may look really eeky but I just want to show you how much blackheads it was able to remove.

Final verdict? It works! :) For me, the only down side is that my nose tend to itch after removing the strip. The itching subsides after a few minutes though.

H actually likes iWhite Nose Pack better. As for me, I think it's pretty smart that Beauty Credit made the nose patch black; because it's easier to spot the blackheads and whiteheads. I feel like it's really more on the preference of the user since both iWhite Nose Pack and Beauty Credit Charcoal Nose Pore Cleaning Patch works. 

If you like something less messy, you can choose to use the Beauty Credit Charcoal Nose  Pore Cleaning Patch, but if you want to be able to shape and adjust the strip, I think iWhite Nose Pack would suit you better.

3 out of 3 Schnauzers