How to prep your skin for facial pore cleaner vacuums

Quick question, which is the Asian country with a booming economy that you should be looking out for? It’s not Japan or China anymore, it’s Korea. From dominating the cell phone market to reinventing the beauty industry, Korea has done it all. They’ve even broken into the mainstream music scene too with horrible k-pop bands but hey, that’s what the kids are into nowadays. South Korea is a world leader in the cosmetic industry and Korean beauty treatments are intriguing people around the world. Do you remember the 14-step routine that Korean women follow? It was all over the news a little while ago.

Another beauty treatment from Korea is sweeping the nation now. It’s all the rage on social media where influencers can’t seem to get enough of this product. If you’ve been online lately, it must’ve popped up in your feed, at least once. The product under the spotlight is the facial pore cleaner vacuum

What is a facial pore cleaner vacuum?

It is a blackhead extractor suction tool which when placed over a comedo uses moderate suction to extract the sebum (oils produced by facial skin) and dead skin out of the pore. These nifty devices suck the gunk out of your pores right in front of your eyes and the best part about them is how painless they are. You don’t have to worry about an arbitrary person going to town on your face with a medieval torture tool resembling blackhead extractor and men, you don’t have to worry about crying like a little wimp when the same tool is used on you at the salon, anymore. You can get a pain-free

and highly-effective facial pore cleaner vacuum delivered right at your doorstep to get rid of blackheads while sitting in the comfort of your home.

How to prep your skin for facial pore cleaner vacuums

Your pores must be opened and the blackheads should’ve been loosened for the facial pore cleanser vacuum to magically suck the gunk in front of your very eyes. You can start using your pore vacuum right away but you’ll just get disappointed because it won’t work up to your expectations and because everyone’s conditioned to increase the force or the power when something’s not working, you’ll end up doing the same. Using the pore vacuum at max suction power from the get-go will result in damaged blood capillaries and your skin will turn dark, resembling a hickey or a love-bite (no, not the Def Leppard song) and nobody wants that. Neither the hickey nor the band.

There are three things you can do to loosen up your pores-

  1. Glycolic acid

It is an alpha-hydroxy acid (AHA) which is majorly derived from sugar canes. AHAs like glycolic acid and lactic acid can retexturize skin, enlarging your pores and can also help sweep dead skin cells away. The exfoliating properties make AHAs a widely used ingredient in the cosmetics industry and you can easily find some product or the other with it at your local drugstore.

Glycolic acid also rejuvenates by peeling away the surface of your skin so that new, more evenly pigmented cells take their place. This helps in the reduction of acne scars over time.

2.  Salicylic acid

Salicylic acid is also used as a peeling agent, it is the only acid which is soluble in oil and that is why it penetrates the sebum (facial oil) so well. It can easily reach inside a pore and cleanse the lining of the pore wall.

Salicylic acid even loosens those annoying hardened blackheads.

3.  Steam

Steam helps the pores of your skin relax and open, clearing the debris and dirt inside. These blocked pores are cesspools of acne-causing bacteria and are also the sole cause of blackheads and whiteheads. Steam also softens the blackheads and whiteheads, making it easier to get rid of them.

Using a combination of either of the two acids and steam is a perfect way to prep your face for a session with the facial pore cleaner vacuum. You can use both the acids in your skin care ritual, however, take note that glycolic acid can be pretty irritating. If you have thin and non-oily skin, a glycolic peel or serum might be too strong for your face other than your nose.

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