Review: Dr. Jart+ Pore Master Patch
I'm continuing my Dr. Jart+ sheet mask sampling trend. This one is a very targeted treatment aimed at the pores on and around the nose. It has two phases. The first is a very sticky covering that is quite similar to the Biore pore strips. You apply it and leave it on for a while and it basically is meant to rip any gunk out of your pores. The experience is unpleasantly painful and for me, I didn't see any evidence that anything came out. Whether that means I have clean pores or that product just didn't work, I'm not sure. The second phase is a cotton sheet soaked in a soothing astringent mixture that includes witch hazel, aloe, and tea tree oil. The idea behind that is to calm down the skin you just inflamed by ripping an adhesive off of it and to discourage breakouts. This phase of the mask did work. I left it on for about 15 minutes and did not have any redness or irritation when I removed it.
I don't recommend this for anyone. A charcoal or clay mask will work better to clean out pores and will be more pleasant to use. If you disagree, you can obtain this for $7.50 at Sephora.