Best Pore Vacuum

Best Pore Vacuum – Whether you’re currently obsessing over oddly satisfying skincare treatments or attempting to recreate your go-to facials at home, a pore vacuum might be the tool your routine is missing. These devices all over the internet, so there’s a good chance you’ve thought about trying one out before, but wondered if they really work. That’s why we reached out to the pros to find out if dermatologists actually recommend pore vacuums.

“Pore vacuums are a quick and reliable way of removing open comedones or blackheads,” says Dr. Lian Mack, board-certified dermatologist at GlamDerm in New York, NY. “There are devices like HydraFacial that need to be operated by a licensed aesthetician or medical professional and over-the-counter handheld devices available. They work by removing oil, debris, and dead skin cells from pores.”

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1.June Julien

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We’ve written about this popular blackhead remover before, and the number of five-star ratings (over 9,400) keeps growing. The June Julien pore vacuum has five different suction strengths and comes with four different tips for removing blackheads, dead skin, oil, and more.

The battery lasts about 150 minutes, but it’s easily rechargeable with a USB cable. So many customers say they’re “shocked” by the amount of gunk it sucks out of their pores. “This thing has absolutely changed my skin,” wrote a reviewer.

2.PMD Personal Microderm

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This at-home microdermabrasion device from PMD uses spinning crystal heads to exfoliate skin and vacuum suction to boost elasticity. There are four different levels of exfoliation, ranging from ultra-sensitive to moderate, so you can use the tool on various skin types and gradually work up to the higher options.

It’s available in six different colors (including various shades of pink and purple), and each comes with two cap sizes: a small one for your face, and a large one for your body. “I [used to] get regular facials, but haven’t been able to with COVID,” wrote one customer.

3.Spa Sciences MIO

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At just $29, the Spa Sciences Mio is an incredibly great value because it’s practically two devices in one. Unlike most of the other affordable options on this list, the Mio functions as a five-speed pore vacuum and microdermabrasion tool.

The diamond tip smooths out the surface of your skin and the various suction tips vacuum your clogged pores. It also comes with 20 foam filters, which the brand recommends replacing after each use.

4.Microderm GLO

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This high-tech pore vacuum by Microderm Glo is described as “gentle yet powerful” by shoppers who say they noticed a difference after the first use.

The wireless device has a display screen that guides you through each step of the microdermabrasion and suction treatments. And since there are three different suction powers, you can adjust the settings as needed depending on how congested or sensitive the area of your face is.

5.DERMAFLASH

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Dermaflash is probably best known for its dermaplaning tools, but the brand also makes ultrasonic skin spatulas — a.k.a. a type of pore cleaner that facialists use for painless extractions. Even though it doesn’t technically have a suction effect, it still unclogs your pores and removes blackheads using ultrasonic vibrations.

The brand recommends keeping your face wet throughout the process, so make sure you’re near a sink or damp towel. After you try the extraction mode, there’s a second vibration mode that’s designed to evenly spread serum across your face.

6.Michael Todd

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What makes Michael Todd Beauty’s microdermabrasion pore vacuum stand out is its special misting feature, which gives your skin an extra boost of hydration with water or a facial toner.

The wet feature is especially great for anyone whose skin is on the sensitive side, according to the brand. Using diamond tips and vacuum suction, the device operates at three different speed settings.

7.Eunon Blackhead

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Eunon’s under-$40 pore vacuum has a large, easy-to-read LCD screen that clearly displays its battery status, current suction level, and a timer noting how long each treatment lasts.

It only takes an hour to fully charge the battery via USB, which lasts long enough for two months of use. Many shoppers were impressed with the strong suction power, so avoid leaving it on one spot of your face for too long to prevent irritation.

WRAP UP

Best Pore Vacuum – What up, pores? It’s been a while since I’ve tended to you guys, which explains why you’re looking rather large and blackhead-laden. I don’t want to use my fingers to squeeze and probe at you. A safe and reliable pore cleaning device will do the trick!

(You should talk and listen to your skin, haven’t you heard?) In all seriousness, pores and blackheads can feel like a mystery. You don’t know what’s inside of your pores and they have a mind of their own.

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