Blackheads are small, dark lesions that appear on the skin, often on the face and neck. They are a feature of mild acne, but they can appear without other signs of acne being present. Like other symptoms of acne, blackheads are most common during puberty, however, they can appear at any age.
Other factors include:
- the blocking or covering pores by cosmetics and clothing
- heavy sweating
- shaving and other activities that open the hair follicles
- high humidity and grease in the immediate environment
- some health conditions, such as stress, polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) and premenstrual syndrome (PMS)
- medications that encourage rapid skin cell turnover
- use of some steroid-based drugs, such as corticosteroids
Have you ever dreamed of having small pores and no blackheads, applying your make up without having to hide your them away?
This paste-type gommage for the nose can completely clean off unsightly blackheads and dead skin with one to two treatments per week.
It is blended with La Mer Powder. On top of being highly adsorbent, it has the characteristic of having variable charge. It generates negative ions, removing sebum and dirt that clog pores, and also has the scrubbing effect of removing dead skin. Furthermore, by generating weak static electricity, it promotes and activates the metabolism of the skin. In addition, thanks to a rich mineral content, it is excellent in terms of moisturizing ability.
It tightens pores with a combination of highly moisturizing Tremella fuciformis polysaccharide powder, and an algae extract blend taken from three kinds of seaweed. As an effect of ginger rhizome extract, the nose gradually becomes warmer within the pack, making the pores easy to open, and completely adsorbing dirt.
Through the synergistic effect of beads with a strong presence of mannan, and granulated La Mer Powder, it gently scrubs away dead skin when you rinse it off. It is made using deep sea water from Okinawa and Kumejima, which, along with La Mer Powder, supplements minerals within the pack. It refreshes and cleanses dirty pores, and furthermore softens and moistens the skin of your nose.
This product is a must have for people who have oily skin and people with oily skin in on their nose/ T section. Or basically anyone who finds blackheads annoying. Even people with dry skin also experience blackheads, this product is safe to use but always remember to re hydrate and moisturize right after cleaning.
HOW TO USE
After washing your face and drying, apply generously to the nose (including around the sides).
After letting it sit for about three minutes, gently massage the treated area with the pad of your finger (about 10 seconds). Rinse completely. Otherwise, wipe with a cotton pad moistened with lotion or water. Repeat this process for 3-4 times a week regularly.
“I always wear make-up to work and even though my foundation is mattifying and oil control base, my nose area still greases up like a storm. I had to retouch 3 to 4 times which is more than my skin can endure. Not only that, the pores in that area are huge which causes those pores to be clogged and produce blackheads.
On my first try of the pore gommage paste, the cleansing ability was just fantastic! It took out the dirt (every nook and cranny) and my nose feels so clean and fresh. Once again, thank you Cosmeria!” (20’s | Thailand)
“I got mine last week.My nose produces blackheads and clogged them. I have used many products to reduce blackhead but inefficient. trial this product 3 time a week I see blackhead nose dropped and the skinel brighter. I really like this sample – Cre Chez Pore.” (20’s | Vietnam)
“The smooth product does not hurt my hands, I use it a lot. Clean, it’s smooth and the smell is really nice. Notice that your pores will also be small, at first I did not read the product information including what effects are or benefits. I just read through the packaging, so I am surprised both the product exfoliation and smooth the pores. This type of surprise when it comes to discovering more products that have the effect of more and more fascination.” (20’s | Vietnam)