This post is sponsored by Bioré, but the content and opinions expressed here are my own
In the past 6 months or so, I have really taken an interest in my skin. I don’t know if it has come with age or with my first facial (haha) but I realized just how much I have been taking my skin for granted.
I have shared this before but I rarely get bad breakouts, typically I will get a few around my nose or on my chin but that is pretty rare. That doesn’t mean that my face is clean though and I don’t think I ever really realized that. When I do get breakouts, they can be so stubborn and hard to get rid of. That was until I found the BIORÉ® WITCH HAZEL ULTRA DEEP CLEANSING PORE STRIPS. In high school, I used Bioré pore strips all the time and was always amazed by the results, then I got lazy in college (you know how that goes) and was lucky to take my makeup off. When I discovered these new Witch Hazel Deep Cleansing Pore Strips a few weeks ago, I vowed to use them regularly to fix the extremely clogged pores on my nose.
I really like the Witch Hazel line and all of the awesome benefits so when I heard about an amazing toner that was perfect to put on before you put on makeup, I was excited to give it a try.
The BIORÉ® WITCH HAZEL PORE CLARIFYING TONER is great for cleaning, healing, and clarifying your skin and also helps to remove anything my makeup remover & face wash missed. It is lightweight and makes my skin feel amazing! Plus, I recently learned (and love) that Witch Hazel is known to tighten pores, in addition, to purifying and refreshing skin. I like it so much I added it to my morning and night routine. I love waking up to fresh and clear skin! Somehow it starts my morning out on the right foot!
I love adding new things to my skincare routine and would love to hear if you’ve tried these products, or what your favorite products are.
You can get the Witch Hazel Pore Clarifying Toner by visiting Walmart.com or clicking here and the Witch Hazel Deep Cleansing Pore Strips by visiting walmart.com or clicking here! For more information visit biore.com.
This post is sponsored by Bioré, but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.