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Your gag reflexes are about to get the workout of their lives, because the nastiest skincare trend you've ever seen is going viral as we speak. Vascular Removal Machine
Poppers across the internet are going full-on SpongeBob, using an electronic spatula to literally scrape the built-up sebum out of their pores.
Insider tested it out and the results are terrifyingly mesmerizing.
Here's how it works: the spatula vibrates and pulses to draw out the oils and bacteria. And when I say "draw out" I mean it, the gunk actually drips down the electronic tool. *Gag.*
You can find these extractors all over on Amazon ranging in price from the luxe $149 Labelle scraper, to cheaper $39 versions.
Want more info? Watch this review to see the scraper in action.
Kelsey is the style editor at Seventeen.com. Follow her on Instagram!
Kelsey is Seventeen.com's fashion expert and resident Harry Potter nerd. At the office, she spends her day writing about style, beauty, and literally every move Kylie Jenner makes. On the weekends, you can find her sifting through vintage shops and hunting for the perfect burger. Follow her on Instagram at @klstieg.
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