23.9.18

SENSSE - Facial Pore Suction Cleanser

I’m all for skincare, for me that’s where it all begins. Your make-up will look ridiculously flawless cos your skin is flawless. My skin concerns are mostly that of pigmentation but I do have enlarged pores at the side of my cheeks by my nose and the tip of my nose.

On the tip of my nose is where I can get blackheads, which are stubborn, so when I saw this SENSSE facial pore suction cleanser, I decided what harm can it do. Wearing make-up is part of my job and after working 8 days and wearing full coverage make-up, I really wanted to give my skin a deep clean.
This device has 3 nozzle heads, small, large and blackhead extractor. It can be used with or without water. The small suction head gently removes impurities from sensitive skin, the big suction head removes sebum and impurities and the black head creates the strongest suction to remove those stubborn impurities. There is a water hole where you can input water that gives a light mist when switched on, using with water gives a more in-depth cleanse, hydrates while getting rid of the dirt.
I wouldn’t say this gives a powerful suction, it won’t pull the skin very taut and sometimes I feel my skin doesn’t need to be pulled about. For those who like a powerful suction, this probably won't be for you. I do use it on the highest setting and it gently pulls the skin up, what I have found it is did remove my blackheads, I wouldn’t say mine are stubborn but my skin felt & looked smooth but also clear that I was quite happy. Overtime, using this 3x a week, the impurities will be moved out of the skin to make it less congested and clearer.

Have you tried something like this? How do you deal with blackheads?

_BUY: Deep Pore Suction Cleanser £69.99


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  1. I really dont like these machines because its so easy to go wrong and end up causing damage to your skin and breaking capillaries.
    You're better just using salicylic acid to get rid of blackheads as its not only easier its safer in the long run for your skin

    www.theskincaresaviour.com

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    1. That's true but it's very gentle, the suction isn't pulling at the skin to cause irritation. Salicylic acid is in heavy rotation within my routine. Love acids! See my previous post babe

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  2. This looks like such an interesting device and definitely something I could do with trying!

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  3. I havent tried anything like this but would be willing to give it a try

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  4. I don’t have this yet, but I’ve been looking for something like this. For removing blackheads, I use a black mask my cousin got from Dubai or I use the nose strips. Also, you can make a paste/mask of baking soda mixed with water and rub it on the nose. That does work for me! 😊

    Fatima

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  5. I do have a similar machine that I am yet to put to good use, I do love that the suction is not too powerful to be honest.

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  6. It sounds much more gentler on you skin and I’m glad it works to withdraw your blackheads

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  7. Great post, I have used this device myself and personally wasn't for me but I can see the advantages it has for others.

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  8. I am really lucky that I don' tend to suffer with spots but my teen does and I think he would be happy to use this

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  9. I don't get too many spots but I do suffer with congested skin and blackheads so this would be ideal to see if it would work for me xxx

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