Blackhead tweezers under the microscope

Tweezers are often used by professionals to remove blackheads and dirt from the pores. Insider producer Celia Skvaril decided to try a pair of blackhead tweezers at home to see if she could remove some blackheads from her nose. She also spoke to dermatologist Dr. Marisa Garshick, who gave her opinion on whether or not tools like these work and should be used at home. Check out the Ulta Blackhead Extractor here: Ulta Blackhead Extractor, $10!google!Product_Listing_Ads&cagpspn=pla&CATCI=&CAAGID=&CAWELAID=330000200001345666&gclid=Cj0KCQjwio6XBhCMARIsAC0u9aEzsmwj0DeNaLkKYxIrGvWEsAgT_U5j1erDg0-uijC6K3Gc1ST89JAaAvJpEALw_wcB Check out the microscope here: Celestron Deluxe Handheld Digital Microscope, $72.48 See more from Dr. Marisa Garshick here: