Hey, it’s Fei! Today’s review will not be on my nose, but on two other people’s noses. Obviously I need to give my pores a break here and there. So, yeah! Today is about So’ Natural’s All Kill Black Head Clear Stick that I bought from Style Korean. Link below bishes! I mean if you want to. This product claims to remove stubborn blackheads while softening and cleaning your nose. Along with the hidden whiteheads and sebum and your dead skin. First off, don’t get it twisted, son! The stick is black charcoal powder and infused with yellow cleansing grains of silica and vitamins that, “Don’t irritate your skin” as it says. It does have grape seed oil. That ingredient has high linoleum acid, known to reduce your clogged, nasty pores! Anyway, I have my sister here who has normal to combo skin. Smaller pores and a bit cleaner. First, I’m gonna steam her pores with hot water and then start rubbing this on. Okay, here’s what I did wrong: I didn’t keep her skin wet, so it was rough and scratching her. She did punch me a few times in the stomach, but okay! So, instead of wetting her face we wet the stick instead. Which, still does what it’s supposed to do. After circulating this around for a bit, we wiped it off with a wet towel, again. Her initial and final thoughts were, “Ouch! It hurts!” Do you see any difference? Not quite. Again, don’t mistake the grains for blackheads. Very clever marketing point though! Next! So, this nose has no name. As you can tell, it’s scrubbier and it has baby pimples, teenager. So, I did the same thing on him and his response was the same. It. Hurt. It felt scratchy and rough. Given, that is the point of this product, to scrub and smoothen. I see why they were complaining, but at this point it’s true to it’s nature. Besides the fact that there is not much purifying happening. At least, we can’t tell. It’s very rough on the skin, so maybe use it on your chin if you have whiteheads there. Oh, and I accidentally popped his pimple with this, and he said it stings… Sorry. So, as you can see, before and after it kinda looked like the pores became smaller, but realistically, I don’t think so, Nancy! I broke it down and here are the pros: yes, it scrubs and yes, the nose was smoother. It did release the clogged pores a bit, from what we agreed on. You do feel less oily and more refined afterwards. So, cleaner.. The cons: it hurts, it stings if there are open pimples, and it’s rough on the skin. Almost like dragging. What we don’t know for sure is whether it takes out blackheads or not long-term. What we do know for sure, using this consistently, I CAN see why it can prevent blackheads from forming. So, that’s a good thing. I wouldn’t mind this if I hadn’t showered in five days and need a deep cleanse. You know what I mean? But on a daily, pass. But, yeah! Don’t forget to like this video for quick reviews, so I think. Subscribe to the fam. Until next time, I’m sending love, bye!