How To Use Blackhead Remover - Get Your Skin Back
Whenever you go to a beautician, dermatologist, cosmetologist, Always prefer to take your tools to prevent yourself from blood-borne infections like Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, HIV.
How To Remove Blackheads EffectivelyIt is highly advised that you should also consult your dermatologist for proper use of these quality tools. However, here we can give you a simple technique to use a comedone extractor. Pesky blackhead is a mixture of dead skin cells, oil, and bacteria that builds up inside our skin’s pores.
Use the same tools as a professional aesthetician or dermatologist to extract blackheads, pimples & clogged pores. They can be exterminated by using a quality professional comedone extractor.
First, lay a warm, wet washcloth on your face for a few minutes.
After a shower is an ideal time to extract, steaming the face or using a hot water compress is strongly recommended to help soften comedones. This will make them much easier to remove. When you’re ready to begin the extraction process, lay the looped side on top of the blackhead - basically encircling this area with the loop. Apply slow and even pressure lightly until the trapped sebum is forced out of the follicle.
The blackhead — oil and all — will ooze up and out of the pore. Do not continue to attempt the extraction if the trapped sebum is not released quickly. Applying too much force can cause infection and scarring. When piercing a whitehead with a lancet (Pointed end), wait until the whitehead breaks open, then gently roll the tool over the whitehead.
Be sure to disinfect the area when finished and clean your tool off with alcohol or hot water. A deep, cystic pimple should not be opened with the lancet. When dealing with deep acne, it’s best to visit a dermatologist. A doctor may use a sterile needle, but only after a pimple has formed. Additional treatments depend on the severity of the acne.