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Biore Ultra Deep Cleansing Pore Strips, 6 Count

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  • Unclogs pores & achieves the deepest clean
  • Clean and invigorate your pores with these deep cleansing pore strips from BIORÉ
  • These easy-to-use strips will help extract built-up dirt and oil from your pores that can cause blackheads, leaving your skin feeling fresh and clean
  • These unscented strips are hypoallergenic and dermatologist tested, so they can be used even by those with sensitive skin
  • Oil-free
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Important Information

Safety Warning
1. Use only on the nose. 2. Avoid using on acne blemishes or swollen, sunburned, excessively dry skin, or skin prone to spider veins. 3. Consult a physician before using on skin being treated with prescription acne medication. 4. Avoid using on skin which is sensitive to bandages or peel-off face masks. 5. Remove strip as directed promptly after it becomes stiff. If strip is difficult or painful to remove, wet strip thoroughly until it slides off easily. Forceful removal of the strip should be avoided and may cause skin abrasions. If this occurs, discontinue use and consult a physician. 6. Do not use more often than once every three days.

Ingredients
Polyquaternium-37, Silica, Water, Glycerin, PEG 12 Dimethicone, Titanium Dioxide, Butylene Glycol, Methylparaben, Melaleuca Alternifolia Leaf Oil (Tea Tree), Menthol, Hamamelis Virginiana Extract (Witch Hazel)

Directions
1. Remove strip from pouch. Twist strip to loosen and separate slits prior to use (see illustration). 2. After washing your face, thoroughly wet your nose. The strip won't stick on a dry nose. 3. Dry hands. Peel strip off plastic liner. Apply to nose area, smooth side down, pressing down to ensure good contact with skin. 4. Let dry for about 10-15 minutes until stiff to the touch - like papier-mache. 5.Slowly and carefully peel off starting at edges, pulling toward center.

Product Description

Size: Pack of 1

Offer maximum pore cleansing power to combat headstrong pore-clogging dirt and oil around the nose area. Formulated with tea tree oil, menthol and witch hazel, you can feel the strips working as they deep clean, refresh and purify pores.

Product Details

Size: Pack of 1
  • Product Dimensions: 2.7 x 1.1 x 5.3 inches ; 0.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000H8UN3Y
  • UPC: 887838947161 883978689923 883382370493 019100031098
  • Item model number: KAO822072
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (155 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,504 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Customer Reviews

I gave these ultra pore strips a try and they definitely do a better job.
Vanessa
It brought some pimples to the surface, and I'm just going to take it as a good thing because I would be able to deal with them if they didn't surface.
Meredith
I have big pores on my nose so it doesn't work quite as well as it probably does for most but it still gets the job done.
Kaya Savas

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

95 of 99 people found the following review helpful By Vanessa on June 15, 2009
Size Name: Pack of 1
***ORIGINAL REVIEW:
I've used the original pore strips and they do a decent job, but they aren't amazing. If you have a lot of small blackheads on your nose, the original ones really only pulled out one or two, and the rest were just a bunch of fine hairs.

I gave these ultra pore strips a try and they definitely do a better job. I had much more effective extraction of all those pesky tiny blackheads on my nose/tip of my nose. I've tried masks, manual extraction, exfoliation and nothing would do a great job clearing all those dots. After one use of these ultra strips, the tip of my nose looks MUCH clearer and the pores look noticeably smaller -- I was skeptical at first but I was really pleasantly surprised.

In addition, unlike the original strips, these strips contain tea tree oil, so you can feel a refreshing, cool tingle on your skin... and if you've ever used tea tree oil, it works wonders on your skin and works as an antiseptic, which is a nice plus.

***UPDATE, MAY 2011: I've been using these for about 2 years now, off and on, and noticed a couple things: if you use them following a hot shower, it makes a noticeable difference in the effectiveness, rather than after simply washing your face with warm water -- the skin is just a lot more receptive. Also, I love using them on other parts of my face. I cut one strip in half and use each half on my chin, forehead or the areas my nose doesn't cover. I almost get better and more satisfying results on these areas and find it's refreshing to attack other problem areas along my t-zone.

Also, you can buy them at Target for about $5.50-$6.50 a box, which is usually cheaper than the Amazon price.
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31 of 34 people found the following review helpful By M. Ram on May 30, 2009
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The outside of my nose has been a problem area for me since junior high, as there was always an annoying amount of tiny black dots and little black hairs growing out of it. I'm sure most people don't notice them (my Indian skin hides them well), but I know they're there! Up until now, I'd handled them through daily washing and fingernail extraction (I've still got some scars from my early attempts...). Now that I'm doing better financially, I decided to "splurge" and "treat myself" to these strips. $15 for 6 strips sounds excessive, but I'm only really going to use them for big occasions, so I figured I'd try some before a Saturday event.

The directions are fairly easy: wash your face and pat dry, then sprinkle some water on your nose, dry your hands, and separate the strip from the plastic. Spread the smooth part across your nose, and gently rub it for a bit before waiting for around 15 minutes for it to dry. Then gently strip it off your nose from the edges inward.

That's the only painful part of the process, as the strip ripped a lot of the hair off of my nostrils. I do have to admit though, that the results were obvious: a LOT of tiny black shards of hair (and other stuff) were left on the strip, and a much cleaner, healthier looking nose was the result. I had to wash my nose off again and then put a bit of aloe vera gel on it, but today (Saturday, after the event) it looks much healthier and fresher. The pores look a lot smoother, and the skin is softer to the touch!

Why four stars? Well, it missed some of the blackheads, and a good amount of the hair is still there. For all the stinging pain of the process, I would've thought everything would have been taken off, but it's still enough to make a noticeable difference.
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25 of 28 people found the following review helpful By rxrxmeds on December 31, 2008
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I have like a million tiny black heads all over my nose. I had tried everything from masks, facials, extractions, etc. And then I decided to give these strips a try, and they really do rip those darn things right off your nose (they even pull out the tiny hairs off my nose....LOL). I love this stuff!
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25 of 31 people found the following review helpful By J-J-J-Jinx VINE VOICE on April 23, 2013
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I decided to compare three different pore strips, Biore Original, Biore Ultra and Kose, a Japanese brand that I can't remember whether I got on ebay or at Daiso. I chose to use the Kose strip first because I really wanted to compare the two versions of Biore, and I figured it would be a more fair comparison if I used the Kose first and ripped out the tiny little hairs on my nose as well as making an original pass at my clogged pores. The Kose strips don't work quite as well as Biore, but pretty close and they are less expensive. Plus, they are BLACK so if you want to be like that woman in the commercial who is examining her pore strip and going "oh gross, it looks like a porcupine!" (and isn't that half the point of using pore strips?) the black makes it very easy to see all the gross stuff you get out of your nose. Fun, fun!

Anyway, after the Kose strips I waited about five days and then tried the Biore "Original". I like to use pore strips right out of a long, steamy shower. I then remove the sides of the pore strip pouch, loosen the slits on the actual strip and set it aside while I take a cotton ball and thoroughly wet it with warm water. I squeeze most of the water out of the cotton ball and then wet my nose and the area on either side. After peeling the strip from its backing and forming the strip around my nose, I wring even more water out of the cotton ball and then use it on top to complete the formation of the strip around my nose. I find it is then important to not doing anything to move my face. No talking or chewing. Only very careful sipping of liquids. A little fanning with a piece of paper or a paper fan is helpful to get the strip to dry faster but not too fast.
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