April 1, 2010

New in Beauty: Bliss Pore’-fector Gadget Kit

I’m so tired of hearing you all moan about your pores so I had Bliss throw together a little gadget to help with that. Only kidding I like when you whine about your pores and everything else, lord knows you listen to me groan about everything and anything under the sun.


Bliss Pore’-fector Gadget Kit is an innovative complexion-improving set featuring pore-clearing technology and formulas…yeah boy!

What’s it do?

Frees you from pore extracting lancets and gives you the next best thing to an at home esthetician. The Bliss Pore’-fector is a sanitary way to unplug pesky pores. It generates sonic vibrations which work with Bliss Daily Detoxifying Facial Toner to create micro-jets to extract uglies from your pores and clean up clogged skin!

The set includes:

  • Bliss Pore’-fector Gadget Tool
  • Recharge Base Unit and Power Adapter
  • Bliss Daily Detoxifying Facial Toner
  • Samples of Bliss Steep Clean 15-Minute Facial Mask

Dude, it’s $185 but I want it bad! I have pesky blackheads on the tip of my nose that have proved mission impossible to remove!

I really need this in my life now please.

Whatcha think?

Loves it?

Leaves it?

Tell the Muse!

Bliss Pore’-fector Gadget Kit is available now at Sephora.

About the Muse

Isabella MuseIsabella is just an average everyday geeky girl who doesn’t blend her eyeshadow correctly, wears too much blush, and hopes she never finds her holy grail products because she likes the thrill of the chase so much. Her mission is to bring you super honest reviews on makeup, skincare, fragrance and all things beauty. She’s in no way an expert on the topic and she sure as hell isn’t a super model. But she’s passionate about makeup and is seeking like-minded individuals that like pina coladas, getting caught in the rain, and ones that enjoy spending hundreds of dollars at Sephora without feeling buyer’s remorse. If you’re that person feel free to reach out and leave a comment or follow me on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Bloglovin‘.

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    • the Muse

      lol me too kelly 😀 but if it can attack my nose blackheads I’m IN! like flint!

  • jonnie

    OMG… it will remove the impossible mose blackheads? That price is steep, but I have a war with a few spots on my face that always have blackheads… I just can’t pay that much, but when FF comes along this may have to become mine.

    • the Muse

      me too neko 😀 I wanna attach blackheads on my nose with! BATTLE ON!

  • Jess

    wow ! so it does magic making the blackheads and pimples disappear once using it ? we need review on this !

    • the Muse

      jess I’m so looking into buying one 😀 but I don’t have clogged pores anywhere else but my nose but honestly it would be worth the price if I could get rid of the pesky ones on my nose!

  • Mythy

    omgosh I just recently ordered a gadget that looks EXACTLY like this on EBay. It’s supposedly similar to the microdermbrasion tool that estheticians used. I’m still waiting for it to arrive though 🙂 I got it for ~$88

    • the Muse

      88 bucks? not bad good hauling mythy :-D!!!!!!! tell us how it works when it arrives?! 😀

  • vivvyh

    Interesting…i wanna try… how about a review on dr brandt no more pores too? Its supposed to be wicked for blackheads…

    • the Muse

      i vivvyh would be useless for me hun only have blackheads on my nose as I don’t have large pores 🙁

  • Kaoru

    Oh man, I want this bad. I hate my evil blackheads that won’t go away ><! Seriously, if this thing works, 200 is not that bad of a price to pay (well, that really depends on how long it lasts, of course).

    • the Muse

      I agree kaoru just for the pesky ones in my nose well worth $200!!!!!!!

  • Samantha

    Ahh I want this too! I think we all suffer from the same pesky blackheads. When is FF?

  • Taryn

    I’m getting useless gadget vibes, similar to those I got when I first saw those old “pore vacuum” things a long time ago. I actually tried a Panasonic one once and just had suction marks left on my face, along with the blackheads.

    Muse, if you will so kindly take the financial hit for us and try it out, we’d appreciate it! 😛

    PS – I’d pay double that if it actually worked (and by worked I mean cleaned those suckers out but good!).

    • the Muse

      LOL Taryn! I hear ya!

      I’m gonna try to do just that my dear LOL as I’m dead curious about it!

  • Samara

    I’m so tired of wasting my money with gadgets that don’t make a difference in my life.

    No No, Clarisonic, you name it! I still have hair in my legs and my skin is still the same.

  • Valerie

    I got the email from Sephora and I want it so bad! I figure I bought a Clarisonic so I think I can justify paying almost $200 for this as well. I have bad blackheads and if this worked I’d be so happy.

  • Melissa

    I want it- so its time for Sephora math $185 – 15% VIB discount = $157.25 ..ugggghhhhh still too much but – if I hate it. I can return it right????

  • katt

    omgosh! i so wanna see reviews about this ……….. or maybe will just try it…

      • katt

        then I will definitely wait for your review….. I have enlarged pores oily skin and they are very easily clogged!! I am actually thinking about getting clarisonic brush…then this jump into my sight….

        • the Muse

          katt I already have a clarisonic and kinda thinking DO I need another beauty tool? but damn it looks cool!

    • the Muse

      hi lm

      I don’t know I haven’t tried it. I’m merely telling you it’s out and available and as mentioned in the post I’m considering buying it in the future but have yet to try. It’s merely a post about the product and how it’s out and available at Sephora.

      Perhaps you’ll buy it and let us know?

      I’m still debating at the moment myself 🙂

      • lm

        Well, I know it’s new. I got my email from Sephora that they have it; the same day it looks like you posted.

        No reviews on their site either. I have serious clogged pore issues, so I was wondering if this thing does any more quickly than the Clarisonic what the Clarisonic seems to be doing slowly. 🙂

        • the Muse

          hi LM

          I don’t think it’s even in stock for purchase yet hun hence the lack of reviews plus it’s newness I’m sure no one has had to chance to purchase/review as of yet. If I get it, I’ll post a review of course.

          Hope this helps.

  • Eliza

    I NEED THIS. IF U HV HEARD OF THIS- CALL THE WAITING LIST: 0808 100 4151- and it starts today 12 april. i think it comes out on may 1- but i read the british vogue so i dont know if that is like the american one. anyways- good luck!

  • B

    For those of you commenting about blackheads, go purchase a blackhead removal tool ($15-25) and do it yourself. Blackheads are easy to remove if you do it the correct way. When you express and the clog comes out, you should see a slight amount of red where the blackhead used to be – this is blood. If you don’t see red, then there is infection, i.e., pus, etc. remaining in the pore and it will only come back later.

    Heat, i.e., hot water, steam etc. OPENS the pores. Cold water/air, CLOSES the pores. After removing the blackheads (at night when you aren’t going out – a temporary redness will exist), wash your face, dry, moisturize as normal and then apply some volcano mud product. It will take the red out overnight and in the morning you will be as good as new.