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Beauty School Dropout: Boscia charcoal pore pudding

So it’s chilly, right? And dark and bleurgh. Which shows on the face. Beauty School Dropout is finding, this winter, that congestion is the enemy of radiance. Not necessarily big, angry spots but lumps and bumps under the skin. Clogged pores. Unhealthy-looking chin. Subtle but dispiriting because it makes us look… dull.

Charcoal is your detoxifying friend but should be approached with mild caution because some charcoal-based masks will strip the good stuff out along with the blackheads and the gunge and the muck. Leaving your face feeling all tight and looking rather shocked. Boscia’s Charcoal Pore Pudding uses a compelling swirl of black and white charcoals to decongest and balance the complexion. Truly pudding-like in texture it neither tingles nor stings nor ‘shrink-wraps’ but slowly dries in a soothing, steady way, sucking out yuck without any dehydrating side effects and calming cross, spotty, hormonal skin. I’m reassured to know that I have this pudding on my side this winter. Everyone needs an ally…

Boscia Charcoal Pore Pudding, 85ml, £31

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