Check out this 2-in-one Blackhead Blemish Remover and Acne Extractor by
Majestic Bombay. It features a thin angled loop to gently roll out white heads and
a flat side to press out blackheads. There is a no slip grip design for
ultimate hand control. The tool is made of stainless steel and comes in a
little pouch for easy storage. I have been using this on my pimples. It’s
better to use an acne extractor rather than squeezing them out with your
fingers so you don’t aggravate your skin. Softening the affected area before
using the tool will make it easier to remove acne and pimples. I like to apply
a warm towel to the affected area for a couple of minutes to help open the
blackheads with your fingers. You can aggravate the problem and damage the
skin. Clean with cotton and alcohol.
Use after steamy shower. Before use, make sure to disinfect and sterilize the
tool with an alcohol-treated cotton swab. Make sure hands are washed and
thoroughly clean. For whiteheads, wait until the whitehead matures and breaks
open the skin. Then use the flat side to gently roll out the whitehead. For
blackheads, press down the thin loop side directly over blackhead to gently
the tool. Simply pat lightly with a gauze or tissue to absorb the blood. To
prevent infection, use a rubbing alcohol pad to clean the affected area. Also
use a rubbing alcohol pad to clean the tool after use.
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