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We’re all guilty of the occasional pimple-squeezing session. To make things worse, we use our fingers to perform the function. Not only is that an easy way to introduce new bacteria, but we’re practically asking for an acne scar. The good news? A little DIY facial work is okay if we use the right tools. This double-sided, no-slip skin care tool works to eliminate blackheads and whiteheads in a flash, leaving you with smooth skin.
I don't know how much more effective it is than fingers, honestly. And it hasn't been that effective with blackheads on my nose. Oh well!3
This is a well made tool that probably will hold up the rest of your life. Well worth the money.3
Just tried this out and the smaller end works well for whiteheads without seeming to create any major damage, but the larger end it not as effective with blackheads.3
I must be doing something wrong or have strange blackheads. I'm not getting results like other reviewers. It easier after a shower.3
I have to press really hard using this tool. I wish I could say it did a better job than my fingers, but I really only use it for those rolling white heads to safely remove the bad stuff.3
I've got to admit - I really like the no slip grip on this tool. I am concerned though that for tender/fair skin, this tool can be very harsh. I've had to learn to use it and not push too hard or dig to much into my skin or else I've got funny marks and spots. I don't think I would purchase it again but I use it every week or so for that trouble bump that won't go away on its own.3
I can't say that this little bugger works. It would be nice if there were a little direction in the packaging. I understand you should wash/steam your face before hand but even that doesn't work. I have a ton of blackheads and it doesn't get them out. Kind of dissapointed. I was hopnig this was my solution!3
I ordered this on a whim and have mixed feelings about it so far. It works well if you have dry skin that with white heads, but is not very effective on more oily skin or other types of blemishes.
If you're going to mess with your face this is the tool for the job. I recommend not pushing too hard as it does leave red marks (that fade) and could possibly break the skin. Also be sure to keep it and the skin disinfected before and after use.3
Took awhile to get the hang of it but it definitely is much safer and cleaner then using your nails.4