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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.
Great product! Love using it when I get pimples. It also is very useful for black heads. I would definitely recommend!4
My face gets a lot cleaNer from using this extractor. It's better than the ones I bought from target. I like to have a blemish free face and this helps, so don't use your nails. You need this tool.5
Been using this little tool for over a decade--a staple. Got a second one for my travel bag. Keeps me from using my finger nails to squeeze blemishes and reduces redness.5
easy enough to use. takes care of hard to reach pimples and black heads. would throw in your fake up kit as soon as possible. No squeezing.5
This product works perfectly! Very simple, basic product, but is needed if you tend to go at blemishes. It comes in a sturdy hard plastic case that you can use to put other things in.5
OK I'm obsessed with this little gadget! Also equally disgusted by what comes out of my pores. Purchase if you aren't squeamish and want some clean pores. Works great for acne.4
If you use this tool the way that you're supposed to (there are quite a few videos out there to show the technique), this is an awesome way to get blackheads out. Whiteheads are a little more difficult because they have to be ready to go when you use the tool here, but this does work. Be sure to clean the tool after every use to ensure that you're using a sterile tool or you are asking for infection.5
Started to use it and found to deliver its use!!. I recommend it if you're the kind of gal who takes care of your own business!5
Where was this tool growing up, helps clear pores quickly without using germy fingers & pinching & pulling the skin. Worth a try, what have you got to lose?4
Maybe I'm not using this tool correctly, but neither looped side works for me. I don't usually have big pimples, only the kind that has a small whitehead. Trying both loops on them just didn't catch the top. And I have no idea how it would catch my blackheads. I need to research this thing and watch more videos of people using it. Either I'm not using it right or it just doesn't work for what I have.3