May 2, 2015
Do you remember when those blackhead removing paper strips first came out? The ones that ripped off your blackheads/skin and the TV commercials would zoom into the strip and show you a mountain of blackhead and whiteheads and you’d be like, “EWWWWWWW COOOOOOL”. Well at the time those were mega expensive and I couldn’t afford them but I finally tried them in Korea because it’s mega cheap for a huge pack of them.
They tend to be a bit rough on my fragile skin so when I saw this new fandangle blackhead remover with a q-tip and no ripping I wanted to try it so bad. SO BAD! But why try it on my delicate skin when I have a willing hamster husband to try it on first? So that’s how Simon got tricked into having his blackheads removed. Hahahaha sucker! Also, for the record, I love Simon’s lovely big nose. I was teasing him in this video because all the products in Korea that involve nose stuff just don’t fit high bridge noses, but I am personally a fan of people with a striking or unique look. That’s my Ducky!
Now I will honestly say I really didn’t think this would work. As soon as I removed the first nose strip it seemed too juicy to pull anything off but whatever substance it put on Simon’s nose made the blackheads soften and then kind stick to the weird black q-tips. Unless they were tricking me by filling up Simon’s pores with goop and then letting me pull the goop out of his pores rather than actual blackheads….hrmm…
Anyhow if anyone know the science behind how this stuff works, I’d love to know. I truly want to believe it works so that I can use it once during movie night or TV night, which is the only time I put on facemasks, paint my toe nails, and try out other time consuming products. Has anyone used this product before or anything similar? Do you think it actually worked or was it a gimmick? Let me know in the comment section below!