The Body Shop Blackhead Remover Reviews
Product Type: The Body Shop body care
Description:Brand: The Body Shop / Type: Blemish Control / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types / Product line: The Body Shop Aloe
Newest Review: ... and obis oily I clog my pores up however I do give it a good clean before I go to bed but it doesn't stop this. Personally ... more
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Customer The Body Shop Blackhead Remover Reviews (19)
by - written on 27/04/13, updated on 27/04/13 (Very useful, 51 readings)
~ Why I Bought It ~ I bought this after I saw it in the body shop and I was intrigued by it - I wasn't too sure what it was or how it worked so I asked the shop assistant who couldn't recommend it enough and she explained how it worked and everything and I thought it sounded great and I ended up buying it. ~ Price ~ I paid £4 for this, which is the retail price. I think that this would be a reasonable price if the product was actually effective at removing blackheads as it is well made and can be used over and over again, but as it has no effect on my blackheads I have to say that I wish I had just bought a pack of blackhead removing strips instead ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/01/11 (Very useful, 142 readings)
My skin has always been really oily but over the past six months or so, I've noticed an influx in the amount of blackheads that I'm getting on my nose particularly and also across my chin and cheeks. I've tried various removal strips with varying levels of success but nothing has really done anything to tackle the problem. Rather than waste money on these products any more, I decided to take the plunge and buy this remover from the Body Shop. APPEARANCE I don't normally comment on the look of products but it seems relevant in this instance. When I first took the blackhead remover from the packaging, I was a bit flummoxed by it, to be honest. To sum its ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/08/10 (Very useful, 182 readings)
I read about a blackhead remover on Dooyoo a while back, and was intrigued by the concept, but thought no more of it until I was browsing in a Body Shop store and saw this one for sale. At only £3 I felt it was a bargain - even more so when I used my Body Shop card and got an extra 10% off. The product is a metal strip around 10cm long with the Body Shop brand name printed on it. It has one oval loop of metal at one end, and a larger loop at the other. It comes attached to a strip of plastic with the following instructions: "Before use, soften your skin and open pores with a warm flannel. Carefully position the end of the remover over the blackhead and ... Read the complete review
by superness11 - written on 01/06/11, updated on 01/06/11
We all know we shouldn't pick at spots but on the same token walking round with big blackheads and spots on the face are rather unsightly. Not so much a problem now but I had quite a few black heads as a teenager which led me to discover this little device by body shop. The black head buster simply does what you do when you use your two fingers to squeeze a spot but provides a more hygienic way of doing it with better precision. *Price and availability* You can buy these from the body shop store or online and are priced at £3.00. You can buy second hand ones from EBay but the thought of using someone else's spot squeezing tool is a little too much ... Read the complete review
by daisylee3 - written on 19/08/12
Blackheads are disgusting, but unfortunately I am prone to getting them on my nose and chin, which is why I decided to try this blackhead remover tool from The Body Shop. At just £3.00 it is £5.00 less than the Tweezerman blackhead remover that I'd had my eye on and as I am a regular customer at The Body Shop I know how high quality all of their products are. I usually use blackead removing strips which get most blackheads out, but I bought this for the more stubborn, deep rooted blackheads. This is available via The Body Shop's website as well as online. The blackhead remover is double ended with a large oval hoop on one end and a smaller hoop on the other. ... Read the complete review
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