Caolion Hot & Cool Pore Masks

Happy Friday the 13th!

Today I am reviewing the Caolion Premium Hot & Cool Pore Pack Duo. I was very excited when I received my pack from 0.8l containing this duo mask. But before we get to the review, let me tell you a little bit about this product.

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Caolion Premium Hot & Cool Pore Pack Duo is a detoxifying duo featuring a steaming mask that opens and deeply cleanses pores, then a cooling mask to tighten and minimize the appearance of pores.

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The hot Premium Blackhead Steam Pore Pack cleans pore impurities and blackheads, and exfoliates dead skin cells with grain powder and steaming effects—resulting in firmer-looking skin. It contains charcoal powder to extract excess sebum and residual makeup that clog pores and 100 percent natural sparkling water to deeply penetrate into skin for enriched moisture.

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The cool Premium Pore Original Pack tightens up enlarged pores, calming and revitalizing the skin. It’s enriched with 100 percent Alaskan glacial water to keep skin moist even after the removal of mask while menthol enables a cooling effect to soothe troubled skin effectively.

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This product is free of parabens, sulfates, and phthalates.


MY THOUGHTS | I can honestly say that I can see a difference in my skin from the very first application. It felt super nice and it’s helped reducing the oil in my skin.

You can use this mask once or twice a week. First, apply the hot pack and leave it on for 10 minutes. It has a nice warm feeling. When the 10 minutes are up, wash off and apply the cool pack. This gives you a nice minty and calming sensation on the skin.

I really love this mask and I highly recommend to anyone with oily skin and enlarged pores.

Have you tried Caolion Premium Hot & Cool Pore Pack Duo? Share your thoughts with us below or on Instagram, Twitter, and/or Facebook.

Want to try it? You could get your own from Caolion or Sephora.

Keep calm and where’s is pore?
Glory

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  1. Glory Bourdier says:

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