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For a clear complexion. Safely and gently remove blackheads and whiteheads with Tweezerman's stainless steel dual sided essential for clear skin maintenance. A must have for the DIY at-home-facial fan.
How to use: Use with extreme care. Take a hot, steamy shower or use a hot washcloth to open pores. For whiteheads, wait until the blemish has broken open then gently glide the long, flat loop over it to release debris from the pore. Use the opposite side's smaller, angled wire to gently press out blackheads without damaging skin. Remember to always sterilize tool first with alcohol or antibacterial soap and hot water. Use on only pre-cleansed skin and be sure to clean both skin and tool again after use.
How to clean: Disinfect tool ends with isopropyl alcohol or peroxide after each use.
I had this tool many years ago and hadn't needed since as my skin has been very smooth for years, however, lately, wearing makeup more often, I found myself getting a lot of whiteheads from dirt and oil. I knew this tool would be a lifesaver and I was so right. It feels so right in your hand and definitely gets the job done. It's a sturdy tool and I know will l last for years. Thank you Tweezerman.
This does not work well at all. The metal edges are too thick and you end up just pressing it against the skin to remove the blackhead, which leaves a mark and can cause bruising. Using a paperclip would basically use the same principle and probably work just as well, which isn't saying much.