Device for removing blackheads
A device for removing blackheads from pores in the skin having a elongated handle with a spoon shaped portion mounted on one end thereof, the spoon having multiple small holes piercing therethrough. Also covered is method for using the device to remove blackheads.
1. A process for removing sebum from blocked pores in a skin surface comprising:
a) gripping an elongated handle of a pore cleaning tool, said tool having a spoon shaped portion of a defined thickness mounted to said handle, the spoon shaped portion having a convex surface with multiple holes penetrating through the convex surface and the thickness of the spoon portion, the holes being dispersed across the convex surface,
b) pressing the convex surface against a skin surface at a point spaced from the blocked pores, depressing the skin under the spoon portion, and
c) advancing the convex surface across the skin area containing the blocked pores while maintaining pressure against the skin so that the skin surface in front of the advancing convex surface is progressively depressed, the sebum being forced out of the pores and through the holes in the spoon shaped portion,
said process being performed without the need to visualize through a hole in the spoon shaped portion the pores containing blocking sebum.