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How to make your own pore strips

How to make your own pore strips
You know those Biore pore strips you buy at the drugstore for about $12 a pop? Yeah, those. Today I’m going to teach you how to make your own homemade pore strips. Why? Because: I’m obsessed with beauty productsI’m obsessed with cheapHomemade {mostly} = cheap. Ready? Pore Strips Ingredients: Dudes, 2 ingredients and your pores will look like magic. 1M+Measure 1 Tablespoon of Knox Unflavored Gelatin – 8 oz unflavored gelatin into a disposable container {if you put say, green jell-o on your face, there might be trouble}Add 1-2 Tablespoons of milk into the gelatinUntil it looks like thisMix it up, and be quick about it, until you get a chunky consistency. Microwave the gelatin for about 10-15 seconds. This is pre-pore strip. I chose to put the stuff all over my face because I have thirty-year-old acne. 1M+Smokin’. Let it dry for about 15+ minutes. Grab whatever you can and start peeling. It’s a good thing you can’t see the photo all that well. (Visited 24,518,886 times, 566,445 visits today)

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I tried the pore stips not too long ago and it was a bit difficult to take off once it dried. I had to stand in my bathroom for at least and hour before it was almost all off of my face. Also be very careful if you have little fuzzy hairs on your face because the pore stips are going to try and take that off too! :P It did hurt a little but i loved how soft the pore stips left my face! It was amazing! :D by gabbyblandino May 5

I'm so glad you like this idea... Please let me know how it works, good or not so much! by parsley May 5

And plus, I live out of the country, so I can´t get this kind of stuff here anyways.. yay! :) by raquel.cuellar May 3

Yup.. this DIY stuff is great. Healthier and ofc, way cheaper :) by nina_cio May 3

works! super satisfying to see all the gunk ripped out of my pores haha by spleechick May 1

awesome - can't wait to try and I'm 48 yrs old!!!!! by dannylions May 9

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