It’s actually pretty ingenious, right? Best of all, the process only involves two steps: opening your pores with hot water and pushing the dental floss along the surface of the skin to dislodge blackheads.
But is it safe?
"Since she's using it to essentially scrape the skin, it looks like it would be okay as long as you're not using the [floss] in a sawing motion, cutting into the skin. The only drawback would be that the floss is clean but not sterile," Beverly Hills-based dermatologist Ava Shamban told Allure.
If you’re looking for more information on getting rid of blackheads, check out our comprehensive guide here.
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