A Taiwanese beautician came up with a simple solution – by removing the oil from the pores.
In a YouTube video, beautician Je Lin can be seen removing strands of sebum from a client’s pores using curved tweezers especially meant for pulling out the strands of sebum from the pores.
ACCORDING TO JE LIN, THE PROCEDURE IS RELATIVELY PAINLESS.
Acne forms when hair follicles become blocked with excess sebum and dead skin cells. It is so common that it’s considered a normal part of puberty. But knowing that doesn’t always make it easier when you’re looking at a big pimple on your face in the mirror.
Pores become clogged if there is too much sebum and too many dead skin cells.
Bacteria (especially one called Propionibacterium acnes) can then get trapped inside the pores and multiply. This causes swelling and redness — the start of acne.
Check out the video below and see the process: