July 16, 2012
Bioré Black Nose Strips (Nipponia Resort Tropical Floral Edition)
For many years I've been an occasional user of Bioré nose strips.
There are few things more exciting than carefully peeling one off, then examining the gleanings under a high-powered lighted magnifier.
It's like the mountains of the moon writ small, right from your very own pores.
So it was with much interest that I read Winnie Sui's review of Bioré's Black Nose Strips (Nipponia Resort Tropical Floral Edition).
She wrote, "Basically it's the same as other Bioré nose strips but looks and smell wayyy better lol... and it's black — so for freaks like me to get a better sensation because the 'dirt' comes out on the strip much easier to be seen. Azaleas and Plumeria — they have different scents and smell amazing on."
Up top, Winnie with her strip on.
Below, what she brought out, captioning the photo "EWWWW!!!!!!"
Alas, it does not appear that I'll get the chance to try these, as her review appeared in January of 2011 and a web search by my Crack Research Team©™® came up empty.
Anyone has some stashed away, you know where to find me.
In the meantime, near miss pack of 10 in Black (alas, not the Nipponia Resort Tropical Floral Edition): $12.50.
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Almost looks like seaweed wraps...mmmmm...
Posted by: clifyt | Jul 17, 2012 11:31:55 AM
There is the delightful gross-out factor with these that is somehow not only socially acceptable but desirable.
Posted by: Becs | Jul 16, 2012 4:47:05 PM
Many years ago I read a letter to the JAMA about a physician who used an alcohol swab to remove surface oil from his nose and then applied cyanoacrylate glue to a fresh microscope slide and pressed the glue-covered slide to his nose. Once the glue set he harvested a veritable forrest of the contents of invaginations in the epidermis.
I tried it a couple of times. It is effective!
Posted by: 6.02*10^23 | Jul 16, 2012 3:20:32 PM
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