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Posted by on Aug 22, 2013 in DIY Remedies, Facials, Featured, Skin Care | 0 comments

Make your own Pore Strips

Make your own Pore Strips

Have your ever wished you knew how to make your own Pore Strips? Today is your lucky day to not only naturally unclog your pores, but to also save money!



Pore Strips immediately unclog your pores and prevent acne!  I’ve spent so much money in the past buying fancy Biore Pore Strips for my nose and forehead, what a nice surprise I can actually make my own pore strips that actually work better in my opinion and cover your entire face. Did I mention I’m excited about saving approximately $8-$14 per box of pore strips? I LOVE anything that’s a beauty DIY homemade remedy don’t you? I’m going to show you how to make YOUR OWN Pore Strips!

Why homemade pore strips RULE :

  1. Homemade pore strips cover your whole face!
  2. Never have to worry about the price
  3. All natural ingredients = organic pore strips
  4. No Perfumes or irritation
  5. No paper waste, no packaging.

Make your Own Pore Strips!

What you need for homemade pore strips:

  1. 1 Tablespoon Unflavored Gelatine (I buy Knox brand)
  2. 1 Tablespoon of Milk or Water
  3. 1 small cup or bowl (microwavable)
  4. either 1 old makeup brush, spoon, or Popsicle stick to spread onto your face.

Pore Strip How To Guide:

  1. Make sure your face is freshly washed and dried without any lotion or facial products on it
  2. Tie your hair back, especially no stray hairs touching your face
  3. Add 1 Tablespoon of unflavored gelatine into a cup or bowl (microwavable)
  4. Add 1 Tablespoon of milk
  5. Stir until it’s smooth without lumps
  6. Microwave the mixture for 15 seconds
  7. Stir the warm mixture quickly
  8. Place the mixture evenly onto your
  9. Leave the homemade pore strip on your skin for approximately 20 minutes or until it’s 100% dry
  10. Carefully start at your chin and peel off the pore strip moving upwards
  11. When you get to your cheeks, peel off the pore strip towards your nose
  12. After your nose, peel off the pore strip up towards your forehead
  13. When finished peeling off the pore strip, wash your face with warm water to remove excess pieces and residue.
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Make your own pore strips with Gelatine

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Make your own Pore Strips – Slather this on your face

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Peel off your home made pore strip

Now, look down at your homemade pore strip and see all the little plugs that were trapped in your skin! You will also find this will naturally remove the little fine peach hairs off your face! Wow!

Your face will now also feel incredibly smooth. Yay!

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peeling off this tight pore strip and unclogging my pores! Yay!

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unclogged pores

If you’re suffering from black heads and acne, I recommend you use this 3 times a week! Your large pores will look smaller over time and you’ll have less acne, black heads, and less peach fuzz!

Enjoy!

Jen

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 Make your own Pore Strips

Jen Ruhman

As an authoritative of skin care and beauty products, my goal is to inspire and educate women providing them honest reviews of beauty products and sharing my own personal results. I am inspired by Estée Lauder and her quote, "Beauty is an attitude. There's no secret. Why are all brides beautiful? Because on their wedding day they care about how they look. There are no ugly women - only women who don't care or who don't believe they're attractive."

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