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The best rated vacuum blackhead remover

Updated February 21, 2017

Blackheads form on the surface of the skin and are caused by the build-up of dead skin particles, dirt and oils from the sebaceous gland. The development of blackheads often results in inflammation and infection that can lead to pimples. One remedy for removing blackheads is to suck the debris out of the pores with a blackhead vacuum extractor. Many of these devices are similar, but the ones listed here have been recommended and rated to work well by consumers.

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Panasonic EH2511A

The Panasonic EH2511A Pore Cleanser with Micro-fine Mist was recommended by most users in an survey, with few exceptions. This product, retailing for about £19, uses a reversible suction cup to clear debris from the pores to eliminate blackheads. A mist sprayer is also attached to the device that keeps the skin moist by spraying a pore cleaner on the skin to help maintain better suction. This feature is unique to this model, but it may be no better than manually wetting and washing your face prior to the use of another model.

The device is rechargeable, is safe to use in wet or dry conditions and can be submerged in water, according to

Stonefield Blackhead Vacuum Extractor

While many rechargeable models look and operate much like the Panasonic EH2511A, the Stonefield Blackhead Extractor looks more like something you'd see in the doctor's office. This blackhead extractor creates a vacuum manually and looks like a giant syringe.

To operate the device, choose one of three sizes of extractor tips depending on the size of the blackhead or pimple to be treated and press in the plunger of the syringe until it clicks into place. Put the tip over the desired blackhead or pimple and hold the outside of the device chamber and press it against your skin. This pressure releases a spring-loaded vacuum to pull the debris out of the pore instantly, according to

Prep And Prevention

Before using any vacuum blackhead remover, it is recommended that you take a hot shower or steam your face. The heat and moisture will open the pores, making it easier to extract the blackheads. To prevent future outbreaks, use skin pore cleansers and wash your face regularly with warm water and antibacterial facial soap.

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About the Author

Lee Morgan is a fiction writer and journalist. His writing has appeared for more than 15 years in many news publications including the "Tennesseean," the "Tampa Tribune," "West Hawaii Today," the "Honolulu Star Bulletin" and the "Dickson Herald," where he was sports editor. He holds a Bachelor of Science in mass communications from Middle Tennessee State University.

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