REVIEW: Naris Up N.U.P. Pore Clear Pack

Pore Clear Pack

Pore Clear Pack

If you’ve been on my blog for a while, you know my secret weapon against blackheads. You might say that the Naris Up Pore Clear Pack (RRP $10.49) is my ace up the sleeve when it comes to perfect pores. It’s high time I spill the beans!

What Naris Up says:

Naris Up N.U.P. Pore Clear Pack is specially designed to clean away blackheads formed at the nose tip, nose wing and chin. It contains eggshell essence and charcoal to thoroughly eliminate blackheads and impurities that clog pores. It leaves skin of the parts where blackheads can be easily formed soft and delicate again.

The Lowdown

To work this product is simple. After cleansing, simply smear on areas where you get blackheads (mainly nose, forehead and chin), wait, and then peel off for a satisfyingly smooth finish.

Packaging

Because this is a Japanese brand, it of course has adorable packaging! It’s a dark blue squeeze tube, with a cute little egg man on the front to boot. The little logo guy kind of reminds me of an egg wearing a Pringles man mask. Weird - but hey! It’s cute!

Mmm Tar!

Mmm Tar!

Formula

This product contains eggshell essence and charcoal. Not your everyday ingredients! It’s a thick, sticky paste that reminds me of tar. That is what makes this product work it’s magic though! It pulls blackheads from their very roots (ick) and removes them from your skin!

Results

Brilliant. After using this, my pores are smaller, tighter, and most importantly, clean! After gently rinsing off residue that I can’t peel off, it leaves my skin soft and super smooth!

It's also pretty funny looking to wear!

Such class, so mature, very clean

Pros

  • Low Price for a decent amount of product
  • Clears out pores
  • Fun!

Cons

  • It can hurt a little to tear off - them peach fuzz hairs!

Do you like Asian beauty products? Have you tried anything like this? I’d love to know!

Stay Minty!

Kate Xx

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7 comments on “REVIEW: Naris Up N.U.P. Pore Clear Pack
  1. These kind of masks are quite fun - I even made my boyfriend try one ! :D That looked like glue actually. This seems like an effective product. I haven’t tried Asian beauty brands, I think it would be fun. But I think I’ve heard that it’s compulsory to use animal testing in Asian products ? I might be wrong with this but that’s what I’ve read via Peta last year. :)

    x Satu
    Indie by heart

    • Hi Satu :) thanks for reading! I tried this on my partner too, but he was not a fan. Worked great though :D He is just a little wussy with it tearing off the teeny tiny peach fuzz hairs. Unfortunately it is currently compulsory for animal testing in a lot of Asian countries. I believe India recently banned animal testing and there is a huge outcry for the others to follow suit. Hopefully we will see some progress soon! :(

  2. I know that Daiso have something very similar to this but as I don’t have blackheads I didn’t pick one up. If it reduces the size of your pores though I think I’ll give it a go!

    • When I was researching I saw that Daiso had a similar product! I will have to have a look-see and see how similar it is, especially seeing as Daiso now has stores in Australia now :)

    • Because this contains eggshell essence I think it can combat sensitivity and allergies - this could be gentle enough for your skin! I can always send you a little sample in a container to see if it suits your skin? X

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