How to Use the Blackhead Remover Tool?
Step 1: Wash your face first and make sure both the skin and the tweezers are clean. However, avoid doing this immediately after washing the face because the blackhead would be too soft and thus making it difficult to plug it out without breaking it.
Step 2: Locate the spot where blackhead “surfaces”. Gently press down on one side of the blackhead – move the tool across the top, and plug it with the tip of a tweezer.
Step 3: Cleanse your skin again, and apply toner and moisturizer.
Step 4: Wash the tool in hot soapy water and allow to air dry – or wipe with alcohol.
Make sure to wash hands clean. When trying to remove whiteheads and blackheads it is essential Dirty hands will only spread bacteria.
Apply gentle pressure. Squeeze the sides gently forcing the contents out and wipe off with a cotton ball. Make sure that squeeze out all the contents of the blemish as anything left in the skin can get infected and lead to more blemishes.
Clean the area. Clean the area again with witch hazel or hydrogen peroxide. Followed by a dab of tea tree oil which is antiseptic to prevent infection and promote healing.