If you’re anything like me, you couldn’t wait to get your hands on Mighty Patch Nose. But now that the patches have arrived, you may be looking at them like, ummm, now what?
Fear not, my friend — we’ve got you. This post is basically a handy little tutorial to show you the best way to use Mighty Patch Nose for maximum gunk removal. Scroll on down for the step-by-step guide.
But first, what’s Mighty Patch Nose?
ICYMI, Mighty Patch Nose is the newest addition to the Mighty Patch family. It uses a flexibly thin hydrocolloid gel to gently handle the oily pores and pimples on your nose in just hours — then peels off painlessly.
During the 6-8 hours that you are wearing the patch, it traps pore and pimple gunk, absorbs oil, and helps pores look clearer and tighter. And unlike old-school nose strips, there’s zero ripping or rough removal that can cause red, dry patches or damage skin. It’s a much gentler way to get a clearer-looking nose overnight.
Now, onto the how-to demo.
Step 2: Apply
Start at the center
Peel the backing off one side of the patch first and stop there. Apply that side to your nose, starting at the center and smoothing down the entire side of your nose.
If it seems tricky to peel, gently pull the plastic backing in the opposite direction to cut the perforation, then peel.
Now the other side
Peel the rest of the backing off the patch, avoiding your eye area. Smooth down the second side from the center, so the patch sits flat on the skin around your nose (no wrinkles, bumps or bubbles).
Watch it work (or let it work while you sleep)
Leave the patch on for 6-8 hours (or whatever your overnight is, no need to set an alarm). When it turns white, you know the hydrocolloid has done its job.
Step 3: Peel away the patch (and see the results)
Now the fun part! Start at one side of your nose and slowly peel away the patch. It’s time to admire your clearer nose and check out all the oil and pus left on the patch. Mighty Patch Nose is clinically tested to reduce the appearance of oil by 66%, pores by 38%, and pimples in just 6-8 hours.
If you want to patch again on the same day, wait at least six hours to give your skin some breathing time.