Flawless Blackhead Removal at Home
Cecilia is a college student who purchased our blackhead remover set after she had a small breakout, caused by the stress of midterms. She swears by the set now, saying that it really is the best home remedy for removing blackheads and pimples. She uses alcohol wipes to clean the tools before and after using them, and uses acne patches overnight on the areas she clears. Vance loves how her skin looks the morning after using this set!
Our 6-piece Blackhead Remover set has 12 different heads – pore cleaners, blackhead extractors, and comedown spoons in varying sizes – to help you get rid of blackheads, pimples, zits, and whiteheads safely. This versatile set provides the best way to get rid of blackheads at home – experts agree that removing blackheads with your fingers can lead to infection.
All 6 blackhead remover tools are made of stainless steel to minimize the risk of infection – stainless is also easy to clean before and after use; you just need to wipe it with some medical alcohol! Each tool has an anti-slip handle and is designed to make the blackhead extraction process painless and scar-free. The set also comes in a mini-box that keeps the tools clean and is portable! Like all our other products, this set is tested by professionals and is 100% safe to use as a home remedy for blackheads and pimple removal.
How to Use Our Blackhead Remover Set?
Sophia uses our blackhead remover set twice a week to clean her pores, and she says that some of the tools are precise enough to extract even the toughest-to-remove blackheads! She also loves that they are made from stainless steel which means they won’t rust, and are easy to sterilize.
We recommend using our pimple extractors on acne that is fully matured because otherwise you may have some bleeding or scarring. Make sure to disinfect all tools with medical alcohol before and after use, and do not repeat the blackhead removal process daily; it is best to give your skin a few days to breathe in between extractions. For best results, wash your face with a mild cleanser first, and then use a warm towel or a facial steamer to open up your pores – this will make it easy to remove even deep blackheads. Never press the tools too hard into your skin – if it hurts or if the blackhead isn’t coming out, stop immediately and wait for the blackhead to mature before extracting it. Clean your skin with distilled water afterwards, and you are done! Easy peasy!
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