How to Remove Blackheads

Smooth skin is the dream of every person. One barrier is the appearance of blackheads. So what causes blackheads and how to remove blackheads?

How to remove blackheads? Blackheads classified as a type pf mild acne commonly appears on the face. However, there is also the possibility of blackheads appear on the neck, chest, back, arms, or shoulders.

How to Remove Blackheads

Trigger factor blackheads
Blackheads for some people can appear easily on someone's face, while some other are not.

Some supporting factors make a person more prone to blackheads, among others, the body produces excessive oil, a buildup of bacteria that cause acne (Propionibacterium acnes) on the skin, or irritation of the hair follicles due to delays in the release of dead skin cells. Certain drugs can also affect the growth of blackheads and acne, including corticosteroids, lithium, and androgen.

Some types skin and hair risky  possibility also block pores, causing blackheads. Genetic factors can also cause a person more prone to blackheads.

Additionally, blackheads are also more likely to be experienced by someone who is experiencing hormonal changes, such as during menstruation, adolescence or women taking birth control pills. Foods drink dairy products or foods rich in carbohydrates, has not been proven to trigger blackheads or pimples.

Self-care with free products
To cope with blackheads, there are a variety of products that can be purchased freely. Starting from the form of a gel, cream, or plaster directly applied to the skin. The way the product works is by killing the bacteria, reduce excess oil, and encourages the skin to remove dead skin cells.

Drugs with a doctor's supervision 
Your doctor will prescribe a more powerful that can prevent the formation of blockages and accelerate the process of skin cell turnover. To the accompaniment of acne comedones or cysts of acne, the doctor is likely to give a combination of antibiotics or other drugs.

Using a blackheads extractor
This process is performed by a dermatologist using blackhead extractor tool is pressed into the pores so that the blockage out. Some possible risk faced from this step, such as incomplete extraction process, tissue damage, scarring, until blackheads are reappearing.

How to take care of yourself is good?
To remove blackheads or prevent the formation of blackheads back, there are some things you can do:
  • Keep the skin clean. Wash your face with a mild soap twice a day.
  • Avoid products that can block pores. Choose product labeled 'non comedogenic' or does not cause blackheads.
  • Use the product in the form of a mask or scrub to exfoliate dead skin cells on the face. Choose soft in the face.
  • Note the label for proper use of the way when wearing free products to address blackheads.
  • In the use of free products for blackheads do not show improved results after 3 months, consult a doctor immediately.
Clear blackheads can interfere with performance, even so before performing skin care to handle it, try to consult your doctor to prevent allergies or other undesirable conditions.
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