Daiso Japan Natural Pack Charcoal Peel Off Mask, 80 Gram

by Daiso Japan

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Formulated with the natural ingredients from Oak trees, it remover oils and all dirt and deeply clean the pore, leaving your skin cleaner with less visible pores. Ingredients water purification, polyvinyl alcohol, ethanol, activated carbon, magnesium aluminum silicate, crystalline cellulose, PEG-60 hydrogenated castor oil, methyl paraben, mulberry, bead extract, xanthan gum, butyl paraben, EDTA-2Na, fragrance Directions How to use: After cleansing your face, every apply on the nose area and let it dry for 10-15 min. If completely dried out, peel it off starting at the bottom, pulling toward the top. *Do not use more than twice per week. *For sensitive skin, apply

Formulated with the natural ingredients from Oak trees, it remover oils and all dirt and deeply clean the pore, leaving your skin cleaner with less visible pores; Leaving the complexion deeply cleansed; Remove stubborn impurities and dead skin cells; Provide the vitality the skin needs, and smoothes the skins texture

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Plainview, NY
65 reviews
Purchased at: Amazon
I absolutely hated this mask. It didn’t pull anything out of my skin like it promised it would and hurt to take off. Even though I still have a nearly full bottle, I don’t plan on ever using it again.
I absolutely hated this mask. It didn’t pull anything out of my skin like it promised it would and hurt to take off. Even though I still have a nearly full bottle, I don’t plan on ever using it again.
Combination / Blackheads, Large Pores
N Hollywood, CA
18 reviews
I haven’t actually used this - but the Influenster app did not let me search for the Daiso products I have used.
I haven’t actually used this - but the Influenster app did not let me search for the Daiso products I have used.
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