Sephora Collection Extractor With Lance: Product Review

by Martina Gonzalez

sephora extractor review

What is Sephora Collection Extractor With Lance?

Do you suffer from acne? The Sephora Collection Extractor With Lance is a double-ended skincare tool created to manually extract impurities from the skin. One side features a sharp lancet for piercing whiteheads and the other side has a flat loop for pressing out blackheads. Sephora Collection Extractor With Lance is made from stainless steel and safer to use than your fingers.

How does Sephora Collection Extractor With Lance work?

Before implementing the Sephora Collection Extractor to your skin, it’s recommended that you steam your face or take a warm shower beforehand in order to open up your pores and make extractions easier. Wash and dry your face as usual. When using the Extractor, it’s a good idea to rest your arm on a flat surface to steady it. A magnifying mirror, if you have it, would also be helpful.

The sharp lancet side of the Sephora Collection Extractor can be used on acne blemishes that have come to a head (comedones, pustules, and whiteheads) only. Prick the head of the blemish, then use the other side of the Extractor to squeeze out the pus. For blackheads, use the loop side only. Place the loop around the blackhead and press gently. If the blackhead does not easily come out, don’t push any harder—it might cause scarring. Don’t forget to sanitize your Sephora Collection Extractor after every use with alcohol.

Where to find Sephora Collection Extractor With Lance

The Sephora Collection Extractor With Lance is available exclusively at Sephora stores and online for $18.

Risks and Side Effects of Sephora Collection Extractor With Lance

The Sephora Collection Extractor With Lance is the safest way to satisfy your urge to pop a pimple at home. It’s specially designed to limit the spread of bacteria and damage to your skin. Still, the Extractor is a rather risky tool for at-home use. It’s very easy to press too hard or prick the wrong blemish, which can lead to damaged skin. Also, unsanitized Extractors can carry bacteria that lead to more breakouts.

Beyond Sephora Collection Extractor With Lance

Sephora Collection Extractor is an advanced skincare tool that requires a great deal of skill and self-discipline. Even then, you may find yourself making your skin worse than it was. Rather than risk infection or further breakouts, why not schedule an in-office acne treatment? Blue Light Therapy and IPL PhotoFacials are proven to help reduce acne. We’ll help you schedule an appointment with an expert who will customize a treatment to fit your individual needs.

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