PROFESSIONAL FACIAL CLEANSING
Blackhead Squeezers are tools used to remove blemishes, such as blackheads, pimples, and whiteheads. The tools allows you to apply pressure and force the debris out from pores or beneath the skin.
ONE PACKAGE CONTAIN TWO DIFFERENT BLACKHEAD SQUEEZERS
1. DOUBLE SIDED EXTRACTOR WITH LANCET
Stainless steel double sided extractor. One side small cup loop for blackheads and other side needle sharp lancet for piercing whiteheads.
2. DOUBLE SIDED EXTRACTOR WITH SMALL WIRE LOOP
Stainless steel double sided extractor. One side small cup loop for blackheads and other side small wire loop for whiteheads.
Blackheads are not caused by dirt, sweat or poor hygiene. Rather, they are caused by the formation of a plug in pores due to abnormal skin cell growth which gets oxidized by sunlight and turns black. Translation: blackheads can happen to anyone.
The extractor tools are not much bigger than a pair of tweezers and make removal super easy with little risk of creating scars. Since less pressure is needed using a blackhead extractor, and no squeezing is needed, your nose will not end up deformed.
Use once a week to begin and reduce gradually depending on the results obtained. Getting rid of blackheads can take up to three months to work, so don’t expect results overnight.
• Can help pull out the core of a pimple without damaging your skin.
• Can be effective for nose blackheads
• Can work in hard-to-reach areas where the finger cannot access
• Can be used for ear blackheads or whiteheads
• Fast and effective removal technique
• No-slip grip design for ultimate hand control
INSTRUCTIONS – A SUCCESSFUL FACIAL AT HOME
1. Boil sufficient water to create some steam.
2. Place your face over the steam and a towel over your head. The towel will form a tent to hold the steam near your face. Keep your face over the steam for 4 – 8 minutes. Generally, 4 minutes is sufficient to loosen up all of the matter clogging your pores.
3. Wash your hands and ensure they are clean.
4. Soak the extractor in alcohol for one minute. This will sterilize it. Be sure to keep some rubbing alcohol handy as you continue this process.
5. Place the extractor loop over the affected area where the blackhead is located. It may help to have a magnifying mirror for this process. Alternatively, good lighting is also useful.
A) Remove blackheads by centering the loop of the extractor tool over the pimple you want to remove, and rock the tool gently from side to side, applying slight pressure. The blackhead in its entirety will be pulled from beneath the skin and you will see oil escape from the pore.
B) Remove whiteheads by first piercing the whitehead with the lancet to break it open. When the whitehead is broken, center it within the loop of the extractor tool and rock the tool gently from side to side, applying slight pressure until it is pulled from beneath the skin.
6. Wash all residue away or wipe it on to a paper towel.
7. Re-sterilize the extractor by rubbing alcohol, then repeat. Continue until you’ve successfully removed all blackheads and whiteheads.
8. Disinfect the treated area. To further prevent infection, use additional rubbing alcohol pads to clean your now blackhead-free skin. This will keep your newly-opened pores free of bacteria.
Be careful when holding your face over the steam. Breathe slowly and don’t get too close so as to burn yourself.
A deep, cystic pimple should not be opened with a loop extractor. When dealing with deep blackheads, it’s best to visit a dermatologist.
Be sure never to press too hard with the tool. Not only is it hard on your skin, but it may also leave loop marks on your face for a while.