Blackhead Removal

using a blackhead extractor toolIf you have been trying various blackhead removal methods with no success, you may want to consider getting a little help from one of the most popular all natural products designed to help you to get rid of these blemishes. Blackheads are a common problem for people with oily and combination skin; they are formed when sebum and dead skin cells become trapped in the pores and then undergo melanin oxidation, which results in the black color of the blemish.

Please see our article “what are blackheads” for a more detailed explanation and take a look at the helpful video on this page which shows you an effective treatment you can do for yourself, at home.

Getting rid of these blemishes effectively is a challenge that may be made easier by using a product that will clear the sebum and dead skin cells from the pore openings. Some dermatologists recommend removing blackheads using a natural product rather than simply squeezing the blemishes with your fingers, which can cause bruising and scarring if extreme care is not taken.

Squeezing too hard can cause more damage than good and may not even get rid of them – it may cause the contents of the pore to be dispersed inside your skin, setting up infection and inflammation. Generally, you should touch your face as little as possible whether you have spots and blemishes or not. There are always bacteria underneath the nails and on the fingertips, which is transferred to the face every time you touch it.

Tips For Blackheads Removal At Home

PRONEXIN - NATURAL FACIAL SCRUB FOR ACNE TREATMENTThree of the most popular natural skin treatments in the United States are Pronexin, Acneticin and Acnevva. Using one of these may help with blackhead removal, provided you follow the instructions carefully. PRONEXIN natural facial scrub consists of 33 all natural ingredients and although it is used by millions of acne sufferers, it was originally made to treat blackheads specifically. This product gets to the root of the problem, firstly by exfoliating the skin to get rid of dead cells, and then by applying agents that kill bacteria and reduce the level of oil on the skin. Natural astringents reduce the size of pores without the risk of irritation from products that have harsh chemical ingredients.

clear skin after blackhead removalACNETICIN is an oral treatment that may help with blackhead removal and is considered to be extremely powerful; it has been said to produce the same results as strong acne medication but with none of the unwanted side effects. Witch hazel is the main ingredient; this has been used to treat skin problems for centuries. It is known to be an effective natural astringent that shrinks pores, which is crucial to stop blackheads from forming. Acneticin contains a mixture of antioxidants to kill bacteria in the skin, reducing the oil that can cause blackheads. To find out more about Acneticin please see this article.

Tea Tree Oil is effective in getting rid of blackheads

Acnevva - Clear Acne in 7 Days - 5% Tea Tree Oil, Aloe Vera, White Willow BarkACNEVVA is another natural skin treatment that uses tea tree oil, which is one of the most effective remedies for skin complaints. Tea tree oil has antifungal and antiseptic properties, which attack the sebum and dead cells that accumulate in the pores and cause blackheads.

[ad#Ad Block Posts Float Right]Some scientists believe that tea tree oil is as powerful as benzoyl peroxide. Acnevva is a serum that is applied directly to the skin; again make sure precise instructions are followed carefully.

If you are considering using one of the natural methods outlined above, make sure you follow the directions and stop using them immediately if you experience any adverse side effects. A bright, clear complexion will not happen overnight, but incorporating simple techniques for removing blackheads into a good skin care routine is a definite step in the right direction and will help you to regain your clear complexion.

More Helpful Information on Blackhead Removal

Revlon blackhead removerFor further information on blackhead removal including ways to enhance facial steaming with essential oils, you might like to check out this helpful article on the website of UK’s Channel 4. If you are in the UK, this page also provides a link to the British Association of Beauty Therapists and Cosmetologists (BABTAC) to help you find a skin specialist if you feel you need professional help with sorting out your skin problems.

There is also a very helpful article on the website forum of Vogue Australia on this subject, view the article here. This article explains the procedure for using a Tweezerman extractor tool for blackhead removal but we prefer the Revlon one, it works brilliantly and it’s cheaper, you can read more here.


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