Definition of tweezer
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All of its videos are magnified (as in super zoomed-in) clips of blackheads (and sometimes ingrown hairs) being slowly extracted out of enlarged pores with a pair of very pointy metal tweezers.
By keeping all of the necessary tools at hand, parents don't have to waste precious time hunting through the house for the tweezers.
To find them, scientists must freeze whole batches caught in the usual traps and tediously hand-sort them with tweezers under a microscope.
Coelho had no experience in the beauty industry and had never held a pair of tweezers before opening his store.
Use tweezers and pinch the tick near its mouth parts, pulling it out slowly in a continuous motion.
These tweezers are specifically designed to squeeze out literally all of your pores.
The doctor removed the tick with tweezers and cleaned up the bite mark.
To remove a stinger, gently scrape the area with your fingernail or a razor blade until the stinger comes out or use tweezers to remove it.
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