Sunday, November 30, 2014

Majestic Bombay beauty tools reviews

I received these items in exchange for an honest review. 

 I have a two for one review for you today. Majestic Bombay recently provided me with two beauty tools to try out: a stainless steel cuticle pusher and nail cleaner tool and also an acne extractor.

This stainless steel manicure and pedicure tool combines our famous Pushy cuticle pusher at one end and with a convenient nail cleaner at the other end. Edges are buffed smooth to prevent catching the nail. Its textured body provides a secure grip.

No-Slip Skin Care Tool This angle loop to roll out mature white-heads and a flat side to press out black-heads. Stainless Steel. (Both taken from


I really like this cuticle pusher/nail cleaner. I've been using the same plastic cuticle pusher since I was a teenager, and needless to say it's pretty chewed up by now. Because this one is stainless steel, I know it will probably last me the rest of my life. The textured grip is a nice feature, which of course my plastic one does not have. The cleaner works perfectly, and the tips are fairly sharp so you can really get in there and dig out stubborn dirt. If, like me, you tend to use polish remover with your nail cleaner at times, this is the perfect tool. My old one is worn away slightly where the acetone ate at the plastic. Since this is stainless steel, I won't have to worry about that.

The cuticle pusher itself did take a little bit of getting used to since I've been using a rubber one for so long. The shape is quite different from what I'm used to as well, but it works well so it did the job. I will say that the first time I used this it did actually hurt a little bit. Either I wasn't used to the metal or my cuticles may have been a bit swollen at the time. Regardless I haven't had any further issues with it and it has worked perfectly.

I was actually really excited to get the pimple extractor to try out and review, mostly because I've had one zit for about a month or so and it refuses to go away. Unfortunately it's still there, no such luck with this. I had never used an acne extractor until now - had never even heard of such a thing until a few years ago when I was shopping for nail polish and my boyfriend pointed one out to me, suggesting to buy it. No, sorry, I was spending what little money I had on nail polish at the time. (A girl has to have her priorities straight, right?)


This extractor does have two ends. One for white heads, the other for black. I didn't have much luck with the white head extractor. I did get it to work twice on one zit on my nose, and it did work well on that. It seems this tool works best on zits which are just about ready to come out so it didn't work at all for those deep in my skin. I just ended up bruising myself trying to get the things out. So that's disappointing. I was hoping this would work well on those bothersome zits which are really deep and painful but no good.

I had much more success with the blackhead end of this tool. It worked perfectly on my nose - those zits which were already about ready to come out. It did work really well on blackheads in general. To use this tool, you just kind of press down on your skin and roll it over or move it back and forth. If you can figure out the best angle, that helps but it can be tricky to determine.

I was less than impressed with this tool, and I'm glad I didn't spend my money on one during that shopping trip years ago. In all honesty, I found it easier just to use my fingers to get out most of my zits. I might only use this if I do have a troublesome zit and I don't want to tear up my face. Even then, it seems likely I might bruise my face since I do bruise easily due to my medication. Also, I should mention this works best if used after a hot shower.

The cuticle pusher is $6.99 on Amazon - and I do feel it's worth that price since it will last a very long time.

The acne extractor is $8.99 on Amazon.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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