Blackhead Remover Vacuum Pore Cleaner
Youtube community mostly is all about on how to remove blackheads and testing out the trendy skincare gadgets nowadays. Pore vacuums are exactly what they sound like - they are combined with both of these things which may get your attention and you might be asking that "does it really work?" and "Do I need one?"
Comedone Vacuum Pro is a pore vacuum, what does it do? Well, for once, the name of this beauty tool is not so confusing - it does exactly what it says i.e vacuums your pores, at least, theoretically.
You just need to turn on the device, stick its circular tip on your skin, and then slowly slide it over your pores, you can watch the junk get snatched from your blackheads like a dreamy nightmare.
Even though some of the pore vacuums are decked out with microdermabrasion capabilities or sold with some prep serums and treatments, but you can also use the basic, classic model for this experiment.
Are pore vacuums effective at clearing pores and blackheads?
Pore vacuums certainly can be an effective tool in assisting to regularly clear pore congestion, though they are not an essential component to a skin care routine. The reason is that the pores will naturally clog again, so that means these are just "temporary solution" and should be used occasionally in combination with a proper skin care routine.
How do these pore vacuums work?
Unlike the topical skin care products which exfoliates or dissolve the sebum, dead skin, dirt, and other impurities, pore vacuums use suction to physically extract the junk before your eyes. (If you want to know how, you can just go to YouTube and watch for pore vacuum videos, they are worth seeing in action.)
Before using the pore vacuum, you will have to gently steam your skin either with warm, damp towel or by taking a warm shower. (Even though pores do not technically "open" or "close," this step just helps loosen the sebum.) Then, you will have to place the pore vacuum on an area of the skin with the congested pores, for example - the nose.
Are there some possible side effects of using a pore vacuum?
If you have gone and watched the YouTube videos, you probably saw that some of the users were left with some redness - or worse.
Pore vacuums are generally safe to use, but just be sure that you use appropriate settings depending on your skin. In other words, cranking the vacuum up to the highest setting will not necessarily extract more blackheads - but it may just leave you with a hickey like red bruises on that skin area.
If you have skin problems like rosacea, then you have to proceed with caution. Some of the underlying skin conditions may be worsen by the suction from the vacuum, and it is possible that you may see side effects such as bruising and broken capillaries. If you have such issues with your skin, you will have to use this product very cautiously and use it in a low setting. And if you experience pain while using it, stop using it.