Panasonic EH2511A Pore Cleanser with Micro-fine Mist
- Micro-fine mist allows for smooth movement of suction cup over the skin
- Cleans deep below the surface for clear, beautiful skin, Wet or Dry operation
- Clinically effective for skin toning
- Reversible Ultra Slim Suction cup for targeting specific areas, 11oz
- AC Rechargeable of 20 minutes of usage
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Before operating this product, please read the enclosed Operating Instructions completely.
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First off, wash your face with a soapy cleanser like a neutrogena bar, this will soften up your skin and the plugs in the pores (cleansing creams or cold creams won't work to get the right softness). You can even steam with a warm wash cloth after the soapy cleanser. Once your face is softened, then you can use this pore cleanser. Don't let you face get dry at any time during the pore cleansing. Keep your face wet with warm water, not merely moist. The wetness on your skin will help you have a good sealed suction cup against your skin. The wetness also keeps those pore plugs water-logged and soft and easy to remove. Move the small side cup over skin, keeping the cup constantly moving.
The first time, you may get what some call the 'scraping off' of surface dead cells (since the surface skin is now wet and soft), but keep at it and re-wet skin with warm water if needed and the next time you move the cup over that spot it will remove the contents of pores, now that the surface dead layers are out of the way.
Do not just use this on dry skin misted over using the mist attachment or you will be disappointed. Don't use the big cup side, and don't forget to keep the suction cup moving unless you want to create the appearance of a hickey.
I would not hesitate to buy this brand and product again (I visited the page tempted to get a newer improved model). I am amazed that there are people that don't use it right and blame the product, but then it is also the manufacturer's fault for adding a useless mist attachment and representing that you can use this starting out with dry skin. If I only used the dry skin and mist approach, I would be angry about the experience too.
I researched this like crazy and delayed my purchase for two months, based on skepticism. The first night I got this, there was some residue in the tip that looked like sebum from my pores. The next day I used it, (I only use it in the shower, I recommend that HIGHLY) and it removed and UNBELIEVABLE amount of pore clogging sebum.
I'm a dude with huge pores on my nose, cheeks, and forehead, so maybe it works best on people like me. I have been squeezing, and Biore stripping my face on occasion my whole life. NOTHING has ever cleaned out my pores like this product. I have used it almost daily for the last week and a half. I think it takes probably a month or more to get all the stuff out of your pores if they are big and clogged. Your pores adjust to the cleaning and push more sebum to the surface over time. So each day I use it I get more out, and I can tell the difference in quantity of clogged pores on my face. On a daily basis there are fewer "dark" looking pores and some look like empty holes after my shower because this device has absolutely emptied them of sebum.
I also recommend pressing against your face while useing this product. It's too fun to pull your skin up with the suction of it, but I think it functions better with the combination of pressure against your skin, and pore opening moisture from the shower.
Extractions are the best, but they cause swelling and irritation if I do them myself and I'm afraid of scarring. Salon visits for extractions would be wonderful, but a visit every 2-3 weeks is also out of the question. Pore strips rip away my skins moisture, cause irritation, and leave a lot of the product behind. That residue only causes more blackheads, leading you to buy more. That cost also adds up.
If you use this right and give it a few weeks you will be a believer:
Make sure you steam up your face really well. Forget the mister feature; it really isn't needed. You do need your face to be wet, but you also need to use it either during the steaming or immediately after. So its best to just use this near the end of a hot shower. You need that steam to get the blackhead junk to slide out.
When you use it on your face you should feel a slight tug. You need that suctioning effect. Slide the machine around the areas you need it with that tugging continuously going. If you lose the suction just hold it to your face until you get it again.Read more ›
Anyway this is my experience with the Panny EH2511A. I've got larger pores and excess sebum in the nose, chin and area between the eyebrows. I'm probably guilty of eating too much cheese and protein is what causes it and my T-zone. Ok ok, not a metrosexual but my ex was the highest maintenance woman you could possibly think of and she hounded me for years to take care of my skin so that's where I picked up everything. I've been using pore strips once a week for years along with washing my face twice daily with a good facial soap and non-clogging moisturizer with good results.
But seeing this on Amazon and at a decent price brought up visions of no more paying for strips and waiting around for the thing to dry hoping nobody sees me. Also somewhat fascinating in a freakish way was the idea of just zoom zoom zoom vacuuming up all that annoying gunk. I took a long shower, opening up my pores and tried it out. I used the small end and worked around the trouble areas. Filled up the mister and used that. Mister is worthless, even by putting warm water in it. Just having your nose wet does the same thing as what the mister is supposed to achienve (better seal around the suction cup). As other's point out, it leaves your skin red and irritates it. As far as sucking out the sebum from the pore, it's worthless.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Don't waste your money! I bought it because I was curious, but it does not work as described. You will end up with small, red circles where you use it. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
One of those gadgets I just had to try. Tossed it when I moved to new apartment. Save your money.Published 4 months ago by The Lovely Miss N
I use the Pore Cleanser also to drain water out of my ears. I have to be careful not to damage my ear drums.
It sucks the water out well. Read more
Top of enough to suck black heads.from.ears only.. did nothing to the blackheads on the face.Published 11 months ago by lene
Didn't see a difference in my pores. Waste of money. Go to the spa and have your pores extracted. This item does not have the suction to do anything and the water squirter clogs... Read morePublished 17 months ago by zan