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Blogmas - WTF Wednesday: Pure Smile 3 Step Bust Pack

3 December 2014
Throughout December I'm going to add a new post to my weekly routine called WTF Wednesday and all I hope to do is review weird products! If you have seen anything in one of my Memebox unboxings that you thought was weird please let me know and I'll do my best to review it for you.

 


I get really bored with the skincare we can find on our local sheves, everything is the same so when I receive weird things like this I get really excited, I hate that companies don't promote 'fun' products, where did the wonder and joy go from new and exciting packaging or strange ingredients that do amazing things for our skin? Sure I like the staples that I can alwways rely on but I also want a little exitement in my life!

Today I'm going to show you guys the Pure Smile 3 Step Bust Pack that featured in the OMG box.


This is a 3 step mask for your girls, it contains a gommage exfoliator, 2 hydro-gel masks and a moisturising cream. The pack looks just like a normal sheet mask but when you open up the sachet you'll find two smaller sachets and two hydro-gel heart shaped masks for your twins.



First you start with the gommage, this is essentially a peeling cream which balls up when it comes in contact with your skin.

Gommage Peeling Cream.
Apply it to your breasts and using a circular rubbing motion you massage the skin until the product stops balling up and dries completely, I then used a damp cloth to wipe over my skin to remove any balled up bits that I missed. I think most of these gommage exfoliators are crap but this one was a little different, I found it to be a little dryer and the balled up product was a little rougher so the exfoliating action wasn't too bad. I made a bit of a mess with this because the little balled up bits fall all over the place and if you're wondering, no, those bits aren't skin it's just caused by a chemical reaction when the gommage comes in contact with your body oils.



The second step is the little hydro-gel masks, you just peel the backing off one of the hearts and apply to one of your boobs and repeat for the other mask. The hearts are soft, adhere quite well and could most definitely be worn under clothing (which the packaging says you can do), this was my favourite part of the process, I want to be able to buy these hydro-gel patches on their own!!


And finally we have a hydrating cream, this is quite nice but I found it didn't absorb well, they give you more than enough for your boobs and chest so I think my issue was trying to apply it all to that area instead of applying what was left on other parts of my body.


So how did it perform? Well I can't say that I can see any miracle changes but it was damn fun, it's like beauty products for your inner child. I would buy this again simply for the fact that it was entertaining!

Pure Smile 3 Step Bust Pack can be purchased from Memebox for $6USD or Imomoko for $4.50USD.

Thoughts? Would you use something like this?


Links provided are for shopping examples only, I have personally purchased from some (not all) of these online stores but I highly recommend researching before buying. Items marked * were sent to me for trial and consideration, all other products were purchased by myself and I am in no way affiliated with any of the companies mentioned unless otherwise stated. All opinions are my own and based on my personal experience. Integrity Always..

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3 comments on "Blogmas - WTF Wednesday: Pure Smile 3 Step Bust Pack"
  1. Do you think there would be enough product for my G cup monsters? I know that most Asian bust products, bras etc tend to be teeny weeny so my girls may be a little big.. Would be keen on trying the product though!

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  2. Product (exfoliator and moisturiser) yes but the actual mask patches wouldn't cover the whole area, I took a photo with them on my double D's and it wasn't quite pornographic but it also wasn't blog/internet suitable, the picture could have been used for naughty purposes hahaha.

    It was a fun product to play with and not an experience I will forget any time soon, there were lots of giggles.

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  3. Hahaha this is hilarious! I need to check out Memebox ASAP.

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