Purederm Deep Cleansing Nose Strips Reviews
Product Type: Purederm body care
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Purederm 6 Deep Cleansing Nose Strips X 3Packs (18 Strips)
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Customer Purederm Deep Cleansing Nose Strips Reviews (8)
by - written on 13/03/12 (Very useful, 49 readings)
I use these nose strips once every two weeks as I like the feeling of clean pores and they work really well on my skin. They come in packs of six and I buy them from the Bodycare shop in town for £1.99 a packet. Each strip is individually wrapped in a silver wrapper which you tear open to use, the strip is inside and it is white and shaped so that it can fit onto the nose and around the sides of the nose covering the pores that often get clogged. To use the strips is easy you just wet the nose and open the strip, peel it off the see through plastic liner and place it on the wet skin over and around the nose. Smooth it on until it has no bubbles in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/08/10 (Very useful, 112 readings)
Just a word of warning - the following review discusses blackheads in some detail. Don't read on if spots make you queasy! I've always had a bit of a problem with blackheads on my nose. I used to use these as a teenager, but it wasn't until I saw some Purederm Deep Cleansing Nose Strips available for £1 in the Bodycare store at home that I decided to buy some again and relive old times. I understand they cost a lot more usually so it seems I got a bargain! You get 6 strips in a pack, and they come in a white box with a picture of a smiling woman on the front, who just happens to be wearing one of the strips. I reckon she looks far too happy for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/12/09 (Very useful, 112 readings)
I suffer greatly from blackheads on my nose, and hence use nose strips a lot to remedy this problem. However, I don't buy them often as they are expensive and I am a student! On a recent visit to Bodycare, I found the Purederm Deep Cleansing Nose Strips, and since they were much cheaper than other brands (£2.99 for a packet of 6), I decided to try them. - DIRECTIONS You should wash your face thoroughly, ensuring that there are no traces of make up or moisturisers. Then, dry your hands and open the packet, before wetting your nose thoroughly. The instructions on the packet don't specify the temperature of the water, but I advise that you use warm ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/04/09 (Very useful, 207 readings)
So far today i'm having a pretty rubbish day! Had a meeting at work and found out they're making redundancies in the next 2 weeks, bought a load of skin stuff and my carrier bag split sending the contents into the road; a glass bottle broke and my face mask exploded!! This was the one item I managed to save from the mess. I was having this facecare spree as my skin isn't great at the minute; my pores are quite large and clogged and it is just more obvious on my pale skin than on most people probably. I bought these from Bodycare for £1.99. The box looks identical to the one in the picture above, simple but not cheap. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/02/09, updated on 01/02/10 (Very useful, 537 readings)
:: Introduction :: I've first seen the Purederm range at beauty discounter Beauty Base in Ealing Broadway, London and because until now I haven't found a truly working nose strip treatment, I gave them a go. The range is widely available at chemists and online too and all products tend to have the same £2.99 price. :: The packaging :: The nose strips come in a pack of six (or 8 when on promotion) in a carton box donning the Purederm logo in white and red colour. Each sachet contains 1 strip for a single treatment. :: What it claims it does :: * Instantly cleans clogged pores * Removes ... Read the complete review
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