Natural Charcoal Pack

Thursday, July 23, 2015

Just the other day, I spent two hours in Daiso. Yes, I am glad Daiso opened near where I live so I don't have to go far. I've been contemplating for months about trying out a facial product of theirs; I have my personal doubts when buying beauty products in a store that sells it really cheap, but I wanted to try it and I've seen reviews online, and I found positive feedback about it so I thought I'd give it a try.

I'm not really a beauty junkie of some sort though I do care about my skin, and I love using facial masks. I love buying those facial masks in Korean beauty shops and placing them inside the fridge then putting them on my face while studying. It relaxes my face since it's cold and I feel so refreshed after. I'm in this for the fun and for how affordable it is.

I bought this in Daiso for 88 pesos, probably around 2 dollars. 

So basically, majority of what is written at the backside is in Japanese. There are instructions in English though!

Here comes the fun part!

You can easily spread it around your face and it dries pretty fast. I left mine on my face for around 15 minutes. 

So, my two cents on this peculiar product! It took out majority of my whiteheads and some blackheads but not all. Maybe it was because of my application; it's my first time after all! I'll try it again next week. It's not so hard to peel off; I admit I kind of had fun peeling it off my skin. Just be really careful not to put them on sensitive parts of your face, such as the area around the eyes... Or really just use it on your nose. I think it's ideally for the nose, unless you want to have fun in peeling it all off around your face, that's okay too.

I didn't experience any burning or irritation afterwards as I initially feared. I can say that this product is safe to use. Just make sure to clean your face again afterwards to prevent dryness.

This is my first ever post on a beauty product! It was nice writing this though. I hope to be able to write more in the future.

Have a wonderful day, dear reader!

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