May 15, 2018

CosRX Two in One Poreless Power Liquid Arrives at Ulta

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Glass skin you say? Apparently the new CosRX Two in One Poreless Power Liquid ($22) will get it for you! I spoke about this new lightweight treatment that help to clear and tighten up pores back in April. I actually purchased this even though I am far and beyond the skin demographic it is targeting.

The lightweight serum-like treatment helps to clear pores of dead skin cells and other gunk that get strapped in pores while tannin helps to tighten pores up and refine the texture of your skin giving your a glass-like finish.

Salix Alba (Willow) Bark Water, Butylene Glycol, Hydroxypropyl Cyclodextrin, Water, Pentylene Glycol, 1 ,2-Hexanediol, Betaine Salicylate, Arginine, Betaine, PEG-60 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Allantoin, Panthenol, Ethylhexylglycerin, Sodium Hyaluronate, Carboomer, Cassia Obtusifolia Seed Extract, Menthyl Lactate, Mentha Haplocalix Extract.

The formula targets acne prone skin or those with larger clogged pores. I was hoping it would work as a exfoliating treatment for me. I’ll share more of my thoughts on it soon. I’ve been testing it for a few weeks now as I purchased it when it originally launched outside the US.

We’ll see how it goes for someone with drier skin and less visible pores. But as I said this is more for blemish-prone skin! It’s just that glass skin that they sold me on. Damn them!

CosRX Two in One Poreless Power Liquid is now available at and of course, from Mr RX’s official shop on



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  • kjh

    Rather ironic that iirc, learned about Cosrx from you, when it was meant for me. The aha/bha toner is back in stock at U, too. Got the email. Thanks to you, yet again, I already got both this and the toner, bec you broke the news about the Cosrx shop. Amazon didn’t even pop me up on that. When I always do not Ulta Cosrx there. Maybe it’s time for backups with Ulta bucks. U isn’t always fast on the draw, when it comes to restocking. Think you’ve done more with retail KB (plus differin) than years of derms combined. Deep thanks.

  • Christina

    Okay, I’ll wait until you review before deciding to pick it up. I’m forever in search of that perfect essence/toner. LOL!

  • Laurie

    I’ve been using the COSRX Whitehead and Blackhead toners separately, not for acne but as an easy way to get AHA and BHA acids into my skincare. I use Retinol products at night and these in the morning, along with some vitamin C, after essence (Kikumasamune Sake Skin Lotion High Moisture) but before hyaluronic acid, niacinamide, serum and moisturizer. I like them and don’t find them drying because by the time I layer on everything else, I’m pretty damned dewy. I think you were the one who recommended COSRX, and I thank you for it. When these bottles run out, I’ll probably try the combo toner, so I’m anxious to know what you think. Cutting out even one step and saving the space of even one bottle would be nice. You and Gothamista are responsible for my lengthy regimen.