Wednesday, October 12, 2011

How to Get Rid of Blackheads on Forehead

Blackheads are bumps on your skin that are filled w/ bacteria and puss, forming a black point, or "head." Blackheads happen when your skin makes also lots oil and your skin follicles enlarge. When this chances, dirt and oil are allowed into your follicles. Your skin has a reaction and becomes inflamed, forming a blackhead. Your forehead is one of the most common places to get blackheads. Still, you can get rid of your blackheads by using the proper products and seeing the right professionals for medication.

  • Create steam to get rid of blackheads on your forehead. The hot temperature from the steam gives up your pores, letting the dirt and oil trapped inside your blackhead to flush out, w/c will finally get rid of the blackhead. Boil water and pour into a shallow bowl. Place your face over the bowl so that you feel the steam, but not close enough to burn your skin. Place a towel over your head to trap the skin near your skin. Leave your blackheads exposed to your skin for at least 5 minutes. Wash your forehead w/ water and a mild soap right away to wash away all the oil you just released from your skin.
  • Use a tool called an extractor to get rid of the blackheads on your forehead. An extractor will remove all the dirt and oil trapped in your blackhead. Disinfect the extractor and put the loops around your blackhead. Put pressure on the tool until the infectious material on your forehead releases from your blackhead. Make sure that you are very careful when using the extractor because if you use it the incorrect way, you can give permanent scars on your skin.
  • Apply aloe vera to your skin. Aloe vera bears an enzyme that will reduce the inflammation of your blackhead and help you treat the infection caused by the dirt and oil trapped in your blackhead on your forehead. You can apply an aloe vera gel, or squeeze juice from an aloe vera plant leaf. Make sure that the gel has a full amount of aloe vera, as several claim they contain aloe vera but actually have a very small amount.
  • Talk to your dermatologist. If none of these methods work, your dermatologist can prescribe you a medication with a stronger ingredient. Medication with retinoid, w/c contains a vitamin A derivative, can help your skin cells to produce at a faster rate. More skin cells can help you to prevent your hair follicles from being plugged up w/ dirt and oil. Your doctor will likely prescribe Differin, Retin-A and Tazora.

1 comment:

Eades Wallpaper said...

Nice post. This is a very detailed and useful sight! Get rid of blackheads is not so hard. Natural blackheads removal way is good as compare to medicines. Natural products have no side effects on our skin. So only natural products should be used.

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