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Blackheads, Clogged Pores

These Pore Cleansing Strips Are Basically DIY Extractions

Theese old school skincare products are making a comeback.

4/12/2021 12:30:00 AM

What is it about clearing out clogged pores that is so oddly satisfying?

Theese old school skincare products are making a comeback.

Nose strips (also known as pore strips) are basically the O.G. version of today’s beloved, pore-cleansing black charcoal masks. They’ve been around since the ’90s, and if you’re a millennial, you probably remember the iconic Bioré commercials, in which models with supposedly clogged pores placed the little strips over the bridge of their noses to get rid of blackheads and congestion. Since ’90s trends are back in the realm of fashion, I think it’s a timely moment to bring some of the decade’s best skincare products. Sure, these adhesive nose strips may be a staggering 20+ years old, but that certainly doesn’t mean that they’re no longer effective.

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Just like modern-day peel-off masks, the quasi-disgusting results that result from treating clogged pores with a nose strip are actually embarrassingly satisfying—even I can admit it. In fact, if you do a quick Google search, the used nose strips covered in sebum, dirt, and grime dominate most of the results on Google Images. It may be kind of nasty, but to be honest, it’s kind of like a car crash or something — I can’t bring myself to look away, and apparently I’m not alone in bizarre fascination. Aside from their visceral appeal, these old school strips actually do what they promise to and definitely can prevent clogged pores from becoming bonafide blackheads.

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1. Biore Witch Hazel Extra Cleansing Strips Amazon.The O.G. nose strip modernized thanks to the addition of witch hazel, which helps to further cleanses and refines pores. You’ll be able to see instant results with this blackhead remover. You get 18 strips with this set.

Biore Witch Hazel Extra Cleansing Strips $17.02 buy it 2. Jolveka Pore Strips Amazon.These strips are basically DIY extractions, so you can get the gunk out without having to go to the derm. The strips contain witch hazel, which is known for being cleansing. You get a total of 30 strips with this set.

Jolveka Pore Strips $11.99 buy it 3. Auslka Charcoal Pore Cleansing Strips Amazon.These charcoal-infused strips help extract dead skin, sebum, and other impurities before they turn into unsightly blackheads. The strips will help you control your oily skin.

Auslka Charcoal Pore Cleansing Strips $8.99 buy it 4. Bioré Nose+Face, Deep Cleansing Pore Strips Courtesy of Bioré.If your nose isn’t your only problem area when it comes to clogged pores, you should check out this set. There are larger pore strips that are meant for your forehead or chin. Instead of ripping your skin, these pore strips are specifically designed to bind only to your blackheads, so you won’t be damaging your skin while using them.

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