Saturday, 19 October 2013

Review: Blackhead Killers

Hello everyone! Today I'm reviewing a few face mask sachets that I was sent to review from Style Lux. These are the black head killers. I have lots lots of black heads on my nose and a few on my chin. It's probably my main concern with my skin and something that I'm always struggling with.


The black head killers are jet black and very thick in consistency I kind of felt like I was applying tar to my face. It isn't the most convenient of  masks as it is quite hard to clean off your hands but I'm willing to let that slide because damn, these work. About 10-15 minutes after applying the mask you peel if off. I hadn't used a peel off mask for a long time and to be honest I'd forgotten how painful it was! It's pretty damn nippy! But anyway, I noticed a great difference along my chin and a pretty good difference on my nose which is where the oldest blackheads are. I'd used a lot of the black head strips where you could see the black heads coming out on the strips but not notice a visible difference on my face. However, I was really amazed by how many of my black heads were gone. Out of all of the black head removing products I've tried over the years(and trust that's a lot) I'd say this has been the most effective.

The only issue that I have with these is the price. It's £14.95 for 5 sachets which makes each mask £2.99. Ouchie. Very steep. I wish it was sold in a tube because that would be so much better value money. As much as I loved this product I know it's definitely not something I can afford to repurchase on a regular basis.

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