I was pleasantly surprised when I received my Biore mission from Topbox Circle. In the nicely wrapped black gift box, they sent me four full-sized skincare products to test out and review.
CHARCOAL CLEANSING MICELLAR WATER
I was shocked at the beginning because it's my first time using a micellar water in dark colour since it contains charcoal. The light scent smells really nice. As the product claimed, it's an all in one skincare product for sure. I use it as a makeup remover to wipe out my makeup at most of the time. I feel grateful this micellar water is oil free and no need to rinse at all. Sometimes, I just use it as a quick cleaner to refresh my face in the morning. Made in Canada.
CHARCOAL ACNE CLEARING CLEANSER
I really love this face cleanser. The scent was pleasantly fresh and not very strong. I have sensitive skin, and no hard feeling at all. It's also very easy to use. I just washed my face as normal, and I couldn't be happier because my face felt cooled, purify and refreshed. I can tell my skin became softer only after one single wash. I would definitely purchase this and suggest all my friends try out this cleanser. It's really affordable and truly worth it. Made in Canada.
DEEP CLEANSING CHARCOAL PORE STRIPS
I would love to use the pore strip once a week because I can literally see the effective results: my whiteheads and blackheads were stick on the strips. This product is very easy to use; all I did was follow the instructions that are clearly printed on the back of the package. By the way, the strips are very sticky, and I have noticed it's really hurt to pull off. Made in Japan.
SELF HEATING ONE MINUTE MASK
I think this one minute mask is very simple to apply on my face. As soon as I touched the mask, it started to heat up. I felt warm on my face and refreshed after rinsed it off. Without dry out my sensitive skin, it felt like a 60 seconds quick spa. Individual packages are travel friendly. I was impressed my dirty clogged pores was immediately cleaned. Made in USA.
Handbag: Honey Salon by foppish