Equinox Blemish Kit: How To & Review

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If you're like me and just can't control yourself when it comes to popping those zits, at least do it with the right tools and in a sanitary environment.

This kit comes with 5 dual-sided, specially designed tools commonly used by dermatologists and estheticians.  Each end has it's own purpose.  If you do not use them correctly you can damage your skin so please be careful.

The kit comes with a zipper case that is great for traveling or keeping in your purse in case of an emergency pimple!

The tools included in your kit are designed to help easily remove blackheads and pimples without leaving any scarring or damage to your skin. The biggest concern with using your fingers is that it's unsanitary and can severely damage the skin that you're trying to relieve.  Make sure you sanitize all of your tools before AND after using them with rubbing alcohol.

Prep your skin for easy extraction: Heat helps your pores open up and makes extraction a lot easier. Either soak a washcloth in hot water and hold onto your face for 2-3 minutes, or do your extraction after a hot shower.

There are a few different types of tools in this kit.

Comedone Tools: These tools are used by pressing flat to the skin with the blackhead directly in the center of the tool and applying light pressure to push the blackhead out from the base. Gently rocking the tool from side to side will help ease stubborn blackheads out of the pore.

Loop Tools: Various sizes allow for various sized blemishes to be easily "rolled" out of the pore by gently pressing and "rocking" the tool over the blemish. Do not press too hard or you will break the skin and cause bleeding.

Lance tool: used for large white head pimples. You gently pierce the top of the white head to allow the blemish to drain, then gently use the comedone or loop tool to ease the blemish out of the skin.

After you finish your extractions, prevent infection by cleaning your skin with rubbing alcohol or a disinfecting face cleanser. Also make sure you clean your tools with rubbing alcohol.

*I am not a medical professional. Any information in this post is my personal experience and is not to be interpreted as medical advice.*
 *This product was provided at a discount in exchange for my honest review*


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