Watch A Pore Vacuum Suck Out Blackheads From A Woman's Face, Because The Internet Is A Weird & Fascinating Place — VIDEO

Pores are problematic, and I'm speaking from experience. As someone with large pores, I'm also someone with large blackheads. At the mention of the facial vacuum that can literally suck blackheads out of your pores, I perked up nearly instantly. As it turns out, that facial vacuum will literally suck a blackhead out of your face, and while it is kind of disturbing to watch a person's face be sucked into a nozzle, it's endlessly fascinating, and hey, if it helps get rid of blackheads, is it not worth a shot?

According to Glamour, the 17 Diamond Peeling Facial Pore Cleanser is the vacuum equivalent to pimple popper, and I've got to say I agree. According to the magazine, the device uses air pressure to pull your skin up and remove impurities found inside of your pores. It's actually totally gentle.

The Diamond Peeling Facial Pore Cleanser comes with three different dermabrasion heads. It's also said to enhance skin's tone and texture, which makes total sense considering it's getting rid of deeply entrenched impurities in the pores.

Thanks to YouTube, if you want to see the product in action, you totally can.

Monysha Xrestha on YouTube

While we are not sure of where to get the exact device used in the video, if you want to see what else is on the market, there are actually a few other pore vacuums you can shop.

1. Silk'n® ReVit™ At-Home Microderm Device in Green

Silk'n® ReVit™ At-Home Microderm Device in Green, $86, Amazon

For when you want something a bit more high end.

2. PMD Personal Microderm

PMD Personal Microderm, $160,

If you've been curious about pore vacuums or are entranced by the video, this higher-end version may just be for you.

3. Face Skin Care Pore Cleanser Blackhead Remover Tool

Face Skin Care Pore Cleanser Blackhead Remover Tool, $21, Open Sky

At close to just $20, this product is totally worth a shot. Will it actually work? Guess you'll have to get it to find out.

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