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Rire: Pore Tightening Fresh Toner

With my oily and acne-prone skin type comes with another problem which is my pores. I have been searching for products that can minimize pores and can deep clean it. This product is Rire’s Pore Tightening Fresh Toner that I bought from Althea PH.

Pore Tightening Fresh Toner by Rire is a refreshing toner that minimizes the look of large pores. It is recommended for people who have oily skin type since it has oil control and pore minimization. This toner deeply cleanses skin and removes blackheads with Amazon white clay and volcanic ash extract; soothes, hydrates, and nourishes skin with green tree extracts and aloe barbadensis leaf extract; leaves a comfortable feeling with tea tree and lavender extracts; delivers superior pore care with diospyros kaki leaf extract and castanea crena. This product does not have parabens, talcs, mineral oils, silicones, and artificial dyes. (BeautyMNL)

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Piolang Esthetic House: 4D Pore Balance Foam & Pack Solution

4D Pore Balance Foam & Pack (Solution) is one of the items I bought from Althea Philippines. As I mentioned from my Althea Haul post a few months ago, I will be having an individual review for the items I bought. This product is both a facial foam cleanser and facial clay mask in one. Plus, it can also be a facial scrub! To know more about this one, continue reading.

The 4D Pore & Balance Solution comes in a 250ml tube package and costs Php240 (Althea Price) only! According to Althea’s website, it costs Php 600 originally. It was on 60% off. This solution targets to clean the pores then eventually, minimizing it while keeping the skin moisturized. It has a core ingredient for pore cleansing which is Evermat. Evermat is extracted from Enantia Chlorantha Bark that controls excessive sebum in pores. It also keeps the pores clean and helps in contraction of pores to minimize it. (more…)

Bean Box: Students’ New Hangout Place

Bean Box is a newly opened cafe surrounded by different universities in Manila. The name of this cafe explains why it is called when you entered the venue, “Bean” for coffee beans and “Box” since the seating area are like boxes. It mainly targets students who wants to hangout, eat, study, relax, or just sleep! Yes, you can sleep in their “boxes.” 😉 This cafe has a Korean feel in it because of its interior, posters of Korean artists on their windows, and their menu.

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