Superdrug Tea Tree Nose Strips Reviews
Product Type: Superdrug body care
Newest Review: ... used. You cleanse your nose, wet it and apply the strip. It hardens and you wait around 10-15 minutes. When you remove (which ... more
Customer Superdrug Tea Tree Nose Strips Reviews (6)
by - written on 08/01/08 (Very useful, 523 readings)
I've suffered from blackheads on my nose since I was a teenager, and unfortunately I'm still getting them now in my twenties. I've used various things such as lotions and pads which you wipe over the affected area, but I've found pore strips to be the most effective treatment. I've used different brands and find Biore and T-Zone to be the most effective. Unfortunately, they may be the most effective, but they are also fairly expensive (especially Biore, which retail at £7.99 for 6 strips in Boots). I was looking for a cheaper alternative and came across Superdrugs Tea Tree Nose strips for a more reasonable £3.49 for 5, and thought I'd give them a ... Read the complete review
by Tom - written on 21/04/08
For all you who are dissing super drug strips well his is a reason not to count them out Well i used tea tree nose strips and at first i thought they were s**t too because they weren't sticking to my nose or working with the removal. For what i found it's qiucker and more affective to apply the water to the strip not the nose as it makes the it sticky before adding to your nose instead of going slimy on your nose. so my redicted is that they do work with reducing the black head count or at least reduce the size of the dots. and yes i use them once a week so they don't come back!! if you have anything to say after that then ... Read the complete review
by daisylee3 - written on 11/10/11
Tea Tree Nose Strips - What Are They? These deep cleansing strips aid in getting rid of blackheads and help in getting a clearer, healthier complexion. They are designed to be used on the nose but I don't see why they can't be used anywhere else that you get blackheads - i've used a few of these strips on my chin and they worked wonders! The nose strips are enriched with a special ingredient - tea tree oil - which kills bacteria and penetrates the skin. The stickiness of the strips mixed with the tea tree oil's natural ability to clean pores bonds closely with the skin, soaking up any impurities - it lifts dirt and blackheads, leaving the pores cleaner and providing ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/04/12 (Very useful, 66 readings)
Blackheads. I hate them. I have tons of them all over my nose so it looks like a strawberry - not the greatest of looks. Scrubs scrub my skin but don't clear out the pores, so a couple of years ago I had to try a more drastic approach to combating my blackheads, and I started with Superdrug's Tea Tree Nose Strips, which are basically stickers which you apply to your nose when wet, to attract all the bacteria and dirt out of your pores (the bacteria is what makes the pores go black in the first place). -Packaging- You get 6 nose strips, individually sealed within a small green box (a bit larger than a cigarette packet). I like the fact ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/04/13 (Useful, 27 readings)
This product contains five strips and retails for around £4, though I got it on a multi buy offer. The product is easy to use and works in the same way as other similar products I have used. You cleanse your nose, wet it and apply the strip. It hardens and you wait around 10-15 minutes. When you remove (which is a little like removing a plaster) it, in theory, drags out on black gunk that has found refuge in your nose. The advantages are that they, like many superdrug products, are animal friendly and contain tea tree which has anti bacterial properties. You can also gain points with their loyalty scheme. Both my boyfriend and I tried these. Neither ... Read the complete review
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