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Thursday, January 12, 2017

How to Treat Blackheads

Almost every night women have what they called a "beauty regimen" to prevent acne. But what usually happens is that, in spite of the hard work to have clear acne free skin almost 50% of them still ends up having acne. One obvious but unnoticed cause of this is blackheads.


Blackheads are often found in the T-zone area of the face. With a glimpse in the mirror you won't be able to see it. But with a close examination of your face, they exist and sometimes we are not giving enough attention to them and if they get irritated and infected it can lead to acne.

Let me give you some tips on what you can do to remove those blackheads as part of your routine;

· Use a cleanser with exfoliation beads twice a day (preferably in the morning and evening) but make sure that the cleanser is the right one for your skin type.

· Make it a habit to add a skin peeling session on your regimen every other day. If possible get the same brand as your facial cleanser to compliment the effect of the two products.

· Read the labels and watch out for products with AHA's (Alpha Hydroxy Acids) they can clog your pores while exfoliating your skin.

· If you intend to use a blackheads extractor or pick, make sure to put a warm washcloth over your face for a few minutes after thoroughly washing your face. This will open your pores so you will not have a hard time removing the blackheads with the pick or extractor. If there are some blackheads that will not pop in one try, do not force it, just leave it and try again in a few days.

· Whatever happens, don't squeeze those blackheads using your fingers or nails.

· If in case you weren't able pop all of it and wants to conceal it, use a liquid foundation and apply it using a make-up sponge applicator and finish it with a loose powder using a big make-up brush.

· But if you want to do it professionally, I suggest you seek a beauty consultant for a monthly facial treatment.