thank you for your answer..^^I wouldn't waste too much money on one. While steam would help break up the sebum that your skin produces, it certainly isn't something that other products can't do just as well. I think you would have just as much (if not more) luck just getting on a good skin care regime. To answer your question though, yes I think you would see results for both acne and blackheads though.
That sounds great! Most times I just use water in facial steamer -- I'd like to try tea tree oil next timeAre you just trying to open up your pores to get rid of blackheads?
I've had success with Toner Tablets from Lush cosmetics. They come in vitamins C and E as well as Tea Tree oil. You simmer water, pour it in a shallow bowl and add the tablet. Then, take a towel and put it over your head (try not to inhale, you can stick your head out of the towel), letting the tablet dissolve.
Once the water cools a bit you can also take it and rub it on your face. It costs like $1.50 and leaves your skin smooth and soft!