I Got My Blackheads Professionally Extracted For $235

I Got My Blackheads Professionally Extracted For $235


Nico: I’m on my way right
now to see Claudia Colombo, who is an aesthetician
and a wellness expert, to get facial extractions
for the very first time. I’m gonna be honest and
say I do pick at my face quite often, so, like, I
feel like I’m not nervous, but I’ve also never had someone
else pick at my face for me, so I think it’s gonna feel weird. It’s probably gonna feel weird. So, after the treatment
I’m gonna check back in with you guys a week from now to see how the
results have lasted, if my skin looks any better, and I’ll let you know if
this treatment is worth it. Claudia Colombo: Now,
extractions is basically the removal of impacted pores. Most facials include extractions, and pretty much everybody
needs some form of extraction. So, I started with
some lymph drainage, then I went into
some gentle cleansing, and then I
pre-softened the skin to make it easier for the
pores to be extracted. So, after her pores were softened with the enzyme
treatment that I use, the digestive enzymes
work really well to soften and just kind of liquefy the pores. Then we did the
ultrasonic skin scrubber, and that just helped to
liquefy the pores even more. So, when I did the extractions, everything came out really easily, there was no pressure, you
don’t have to, you know, put a lot of pressure
into the extraction, and everything
came out beautifully. After the cleaning and
after the extractions, I want to re-mineralize the skin and just add all the
nutrients the skin needs, so I did some chlorophyll
and copper complex. I find, with Nico, she had
a little bit of a deficiency with magnesium and copper. And normally, if there’s
blackheads present and a lot of, like,
blemishes and acne, that’s usually key that
those minerals are, you’re deficient in. So, we did that, it incubated
in the skin a little bit, and then we used a blue
light to help heal. Help heal the skin even more and help those
products and ingredients to penetrate deeper
into the pores. And then we topped it off
with a hydrojelly mask. The hydrojelly masks are
really popular right now in skin care, and
I love them because it really calms the
skin, it’s very soothing. I hope the expectation
of extractions is that you leave with
glowing, radiant, healthy skin, and that’s the objective. That’s why you should get a
professional extraction done. We have professional tools,
professional ingredients, things that you can’t do at home, so I really advise at least one
professional assessment to kinda start you off on
the journey of better skin, just so your unique
condition can be looked at professionally and you can
understand your skin better and then, therefore, take care
of it properly, long-term. So, those pickers, those pickers. I would say please, please,
please do the best you can to keep your hands off your skin because you’re only going
to make things worse. Sometimes you think, you
know, it’s a specific blemish or it’s a blackhead, and
it’s nothing of the sort. It’s something completely
different, so you don’t really know what you’re
actually poking and picking at. Claudia: So, are you
ready to see your skin? Nico: Yes. Claudia: It looks so good! Nico: Let’s see! Whoa. That’s wild! You can really see a difference, especially the forehead, I feel like.
Claudia: Mm-hmm. Nico: Wow! And it’s
so shiny and glowy! So, it has been a week
since my extraction facial with Claudia, and I have
to say that I have noticed a pretty huge
difference in my skin, specifically with the texture. Before, obviously my nose was
very covered in blackheads; anytime I looked in the mirror it felt like they
were pretty obvious. But afterwards, it was like
they were almost nonexistent. Like, I can barely see any
blackheads on my skin right now. I feel like my skin is also
starting to look a lot better because of the tips and
tricks Claudia gave me during the facial, so,
like, drinking more water, more lymphatic draining,
and less picking at my face has obviously helped make a
difference in my skin too. I would say that even going
this one time helped me a ton because I just
learned so much about how to keep the
blackheads at bay at home without Claudia’s help. So, the next time
that I feel the need to pick at my dirty, dirty skin, I can just sit down and watch, like, a Dr. Pimple Popper
compilation, pretend I’m her, and get it out of my head, and I feel like my skin
will thank me for it.

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100 Comments

  1. Smh so young and pretty w lovely skin I think the after pic look could be achieved w just a quick wash and moisturizer🤷🏽‍♀️why send someone w perfect young skin for an expensive facial?

  2. She had great skin to begin with. Like seriously she didn’t even have any black heads. The ones on my nose are so damn prominent they look like freckles. I wish they would have used someone who actually had blackhead problems. What a disappointment

  3. I think blackheads are something only the bearer will notice because you look in a mirror that’s really close so no one is gonna be that close. I would say only under rare circumstances will someone else notice…I hope… because mine are terrible

  4. Okay, here's one of the reasons everyone is like, "Wth I don't see a difference." Cameras automatically make your skin look clearer because the pixels are not HD enough to highlight all your blemishes.
    This woman probably has oily blackhead prone skin, but because she likely has a skincare regimine and picks at the bigger ones it doesn't seem so bad.
    I'm an esthetician, and you truly never know what you're going to find until you do a close up analysis of someone's skin. I've had people come in and I thought their skin looked clear until I started hunting for extractions. I would have liked if the video did a very close up comparison, but I'm willing to give the esty the benefit of the doubt.

  5. What is so hard to just take a clense bar soap and a wash cloth and scrub your face until its soft, smooth and clean. She literally just waste her time and money, buhh whatev😒😑😪

  6. I think they should make it a Law that all blackheads has to be removed by hands without implements, Who agrees? lol

  7. tbh after washing your face, you need toner, exfoliation and a good moisturizer to reduce bumps and acne (most of the time), id recommend seeing a dermatologist to get a straight answer on what I need to do for my skin concerns versus spending money on less personal treatment. Everyone’s got different skin.

  8. To be honest,her before pic looks way better than the after facial pic!!! Waste of darn money😒😒 but hey,wasn't my money that was wasted so I'm kool with that😀😀

  9. The lady: “Please don’t keep putting your hands on your face”

    Me: slowy takes hand off my face that I kept holding up..

  10. This is the opitime of an entire "snake oil" industry based around intentionally exacerbating the problem you seek to fix…People please look up what sebaceous filaments are, your literally making it worse with every pore strip, or in this case, $235 face massage. #stupidpeopletax

  11. Uhhhh…..maybe pick someone who has somethings to actually extract….!!!!! Someone with problem skin, acne, blackheads, oily?!?!

  12. Before and after – looks the same to me. And the stuff she squeezed from your nose weren´t blackheads. Not every bit of oil that gets stuck in a pore is a blackhead. To imagine that someone would pay $235 for THAT while there are people in the world who would feed their entire family for a month with half of that money – insane.

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