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Holika Holika pig nose blackhead clear review part 2

Hello lovelies!

I am sorry that I have not posted in a while but I have been busy with school work!!

Today`s post is another pig nose blackhead clear review, this time talking about the sugar scrub and cleansing oil balm.

Holika Holika claims that the  cleansing blackhead oil balm help removes blackheads gently.   It will melt with your body temperature while you massage the solid balm.   It removes blackheads, dead skin cell, and other impurities easily.   Excess sebum will be absorbed by pink clay.   Aloe Vera extracts provide nourished while minimizes pores.


Directions for use are:  After cleansing, apply an appropriate amount on areas with blackhead and massage for several minutes.   Rinse with lukewarm water.   For best results, use 1-2 times a week.

If you have dry skin and you need a good makeup remover the cleansing oil balm is for you!

It removes all traces of makeup and when I tried it for blackhead removal I must say I was impressed.  It has  a nice feel to it, not as messy as if it was in liquid form, and smells also very nice.

I did not see results as soon as I used the product like you would see if you used the nose patch, but in time it will remove the blackheads!

Overall I really liked the product both for the blackhead removal aspect and also for the good makeup remover which does not dry out the skin! For blackhead removal I would recommend you use this more often during the week than 1- 2 times as I did not see any results using it as suggested.

It gets a lipstick stamp of approval from me 🙂  And a repurchase stamp!

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Ingredients: Mineral Oil,  Cetyl Ethylhexanoate,  PEG-20 Glyceryl Triisostearate,  PEG-10 Isostearate,  Polyethylene,  Trihydroxystearin,  Fragrance(Parfum),  Tocopheryl Acetate,  Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Water,  Citrus Medica Limonum (Lemon) Fruit Extract,  Phenoxyethanol,  Potassium Sorbate,  Sodium Benzoate,  Methylparaben,  Butylparaben,  Ethylparaben,  Moroccan Lava Clay,  Kaolin,  Isobutylparaben,  Propylparaben

Next up is the sugar scrub. No I must say I am a bit biased. I love my Dirty Works face scrub and it is a repeat purchase for me, so nothing can really compare to it.

The Holika Holika sugar scrub is a good scrub. The only problem is the fact that you have to reconstitute it yourself as using the scrub by itself is very harsh on the skin and I even got some irritation since it was  harsh.


Holika Holika claims that the scrub  removes dead skin cells and allowing for easier extraction of blackheads and other impurities from pores.   Pink clay ingredients help to absorb excess sebum.   Lemon extracts and Aloe Vera extracts provide a brighten complexion and nourish the skin.

Directions for use After cleansing, apply an appropriate amount on areas with blackheads and massage into skin. After 15 minutes, wash off with lukewarm water. For best results, use 1-2 times a week.

Again I suggest if you are to use it for blackhead removal to use it more frequently in a week.

Ingredient : sucrose,Petrolatum,PEG-7 Glyceryl Cocoate,Glycerin,Microcrystalline Wax,Isododecane,Mineral Oil,Sorbitol,Sorbitan Sesquioleate,Polyethylene,Cetyl Alcohol,Trihydroxystearin,PEG-23 Stearate,Ceteareth-20,Oleth-5,Disteardimonium Hectorite,Polysorbate 20, Phenoxyethanol,Methylparaben, Fragrance(Parfum), Propylene Carbonate,Moroccan Lava Clay,Kaolin,Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice,Water,Citrus Medica Limonum (Lemon) Fruit Extract,Potassium Sorbate,Sodium Benzoate,Butylparaben,Ethylparaben,Isobutylparaben,Propylparaben: 

Overall I must saw that I do not like this product. I think there are better alternatives.

Product does not get a lipstick stamp from me 😦

That is it for these two products, stay tuned for my very last review on the Holika Holika pig nose blackhead clear featuring the nose strips and the infamous three step nose strips!

I hope you found this post useful, feel free to comment or ask questions down below 🙂

Jess Xx

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