All of us like polka-dotted clothes, but who would like to have a polka-dotted nose, chin or forehead? I am sure most of you have understood, what I actually mean by this. I am talking here about the blackheads that conquer our face and then subtly rest there. Every woman gets riled up on the name of blackheads. Some try to remove them with blackhead remover or some end up squeezing them. But this is not enough to tackle them, as you remove one and there are ten more for you.
There are hundreds of products in the market which claim to stop the blackheads. So, stop being urghhh over these blackheads and go through the guide which I have given below. These methods are tried and tested for the removal of the blackheads.
- Use the Clarisonic Brush
These electronic devices, such as Clarisonic brush are not just a shout out, as they actually do work effectively. They are used to cleanse the skin much more thoroughly when compared to the scrubbing. But always be careful that you do not overuse it as it can also cause irritation.
- Daily Treatment Pads
If you are always on the go, then you can take cotton pads to use. You can soak these cotton pads in the beta-hydroxy acids (BHAs) and alpha-hydroxy acids (AHAs). Use these by patting them on the blackhead region. This treatment is incredeble and will surely help in removing those blackheads.
- Retinoid Cream for Blackheads
The retinoid help in blackhead removal by reducing the sticky nature of the cells which clog the skin pores. It also speeds up the rate at which the skin gets regenerated. So, if you have very sensitive skin then you can go for the retinoid cream available in your nearby drugstore.
- Clean them with Glycolic Acid
The most effective way to unclog the pores is by using glycolic acid. Its lipophilic nature helps in dissolving the oil plugs. The glycolic acid is extracted from the sugarcane and helps in clearing the debris and dead skin on the surface.
This blackhead removal method of the microdermabrasion helps in improving skin texture and appearances. It uses the chemical peels and various other treatments and is kind of a facial procedure.
- Clay Masks
I recommend you to use the clay masks for a better result if you are trying it at home. The clay masks, abrasive pastes, and powders are used along with kaolin for exfoliating and absorbing the oils.
- Scrub with Baking Soda
If you are a DIY person, then exfoliation with the baking soda will be very helpful for blackhead removal. One can apply it with the brushes, sponges, and cleansers by gently scrubbing the clogged pores. You will find baking soda at your home and can surely do it anytime.
So, ladies brush up and hurry to your nearby dermatologist, salon, drugstore, or the departmental store. Get the best treatment done for the removal of your blackhead and stop worrying about it.
DISCLAIMER: Please note that, these are personal experiences and not professional advice.