Dermapore device cleanses pores and infuses skin care

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We have reached the time of summer when the heat is at its peak and the pores are clogging. While looking to ingredients like salicylic acid and sebum-absorbing clays is one way to remove dirt from your pores, there is a tool beloved by skincare enthusiasts called Dermaflash Dermapore Extractor and Serum (normally $99) that helps clean sebum from pores, while infusing skin care deeper into the skin. It basically has the effects of a facial, but with just one handheld device. And guess what? It’s already 25% off for Labor Day weekend. From now until September 5, get a Dermapore extractor for a quarter of the price and kiss those clogged pores goodbye.

To use the tool, you start by washing your face with the cleanser of your choice to remove all the makeup and oil that you have on your face. You want to keep your face moist throughout the treatment, so when you rinse the cleanser off, don’t pat your face dry like you normally would. Instead, take the Dermapore device and press the button once; A white light will appear and this will let you know that the device is in extraction mode. During extraction mode, begin to slide the spatula over your skin, paying close attention to areas where you know you have clogged pores.

The Dermapore device uses ultrasonic vibrations to help remove oil, dirt, and blackheads that build up on your skin and can lead to future breakouts. As you use it, you can even see some of the dirt coming off your skin and onto the metal tip (wow!) so you know in real time that it is working. Once you have checked the areas, you may notice that the skin is visibly clearer of debris.

When you’re ready to move on to the next step, wipe the tip with alcohol and a cotton swab to clean the device. Next, pat your face dry and apply the serum or moisturizer of your choice to your complexion. Press the button on the device twice and you will see a blue light, which means you are in infusion mode. You will begin to feel small tapping movements that are meant to indicate that you are pressing the ingredients into your skin.

By mimicking the movements of a facial by drawing dirt from your face and then pressing ingredients deep to give you the effects you desire. And while a facial can feel like a treat from time to time, using a tool like this long-term can provide even better and more customizable results. And since it costs $99 dollars, compared to an IRL facial, it basically pays for itself in one use.

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