Product Review: iWhite Nose Pack

Last week, iWhite sent me some of their products for review and this has got to be my favorite–iWhite Nose Pack.

I don’t normally get acne problems or break-outs–thanks to my Asian genes–but my skin’s primary problem is blackheads and whiteheads–especially on my nose area. Sometimes they get too stubborn that even nose strips can’t pull them out.

I was so excited to try out iWhite’s Nose Pack–it’s a liquid mask that you will apply on your face and dry as a peel off mask. But what’s more interesting is the purifying essence bottle that came with it.

I followed the instructions from the guide cards that came with the product. I can’t quite figure out the ingredient of this purifying essence but there’s no harm trying, right? Plus, the illustrations sent by iWhite is too cute not to follow.

After a minute of applying the purifying essence and wiping it off with tissue, the next thing to do is to apply iWhite’s Nose Pack. Putting on the mask is like putting Elmer’s Glue on my face–only stickier. After applying the white goop on my face and layering it to have a thicker mask, I let it sit for 10 minutes to wait until all areas are dry and ready for peel off.

I love the firm and tingly feeling after peeling off the mask. My skin seemed softer and smoother. However, iWhite Nose Pack was not that effective in pulling off my blackheads–either that, or my tiny army is just too stubborn for pull out. :p

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6 thoughts on “Product Review: iWhite Nose Pack

  1. Roselle says:

    I’m excited to see the purifying essence available in dept. stores. I want to try this because I’ve read reviews that the nose pack is more effective when you apply the essence first.

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