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Choosing A Blackhead Remover

By Edited Oct 27, 2013 0 0

When choosing a blackhead remover, there are a few things to consider. The most important thing is do you really need one? If you are constantly suffering from blackheads, it'll be an important tool. Sure, you could use your fingers, but your fingers are never sterile and can spread the bacteria that comes out of the blackhead all over your face. Eww!

There are essentially two types of blackhead removal tools, the stainless steel tools and the vacuums. Both have their pros and cons, which we'll take a look at below. The best blackhead removal tools will also get rid of pimples, so it's certainly handy to have one on hand for when you need it.

The Blackhead Remover

The regular type of blackhead removal tool is the stainless steel type that pushes the crap out of your pores. These tools are extremely effective, cheap, and easy to keep sterile. The main downside of using these are that they can damage the tissue beneath the face. The stainless steel is much harder than your fingers, and if you push too hard, you are risking damage below the surface which can increase your chances of acne scars.

Sterilization is extremely important when removing blackheads. Before beginning, you should thoroughly wash your face and hands. If you're using one of these blackhead removal tools, it should also be sterilized with rubbing alcohol. The reason that this is so important is because after the blackhead is gone, an open wound remains. Open wounds on your face are magnets for infection, which is extraordinarily worse than dealing with blackheads.

Blackhead Removal Vacuums

Blackhead removal vacuums are almost a novelty, the operate on batteries and suck the crap out of your pores. They work by creating a suction between a cup and your face and use a fan to draw air out, pulling the blackhead out with it. People experience mixed results with these, and the biggest complaint that most have is that they are difficult to keep clean (remember sterilization from above?). Another issues is that they are much more expensive than the tools that just push the blackhead out.

Either method you choose, you can always beat acne and blackheads with a healthy, vegetable based, diet and a face wash regimen that you can stick to. If you suffer from severe acne, you may want to look into acne treatment systems that will clear up your skin quickly. Most people will be able to take care of their acne this way, but if nothing is working, pay a visit to the dermatologist and see what other options are available to you.

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