Monday, November 14, 2011

How to Get Rid of Blackheads and Spots

Blackheads occur to just about everyone at some point in their lives. Blackheads happen when the pores in your skin build up and fill w/ dead skin and oil. Blackheads and spots happen when your skin follicles become heavier than normal and back up w/ oil. The dead skin cells and oil have a chemical reaction, which causes the dark tone of your blackheads. The places that blackheads and spots most normally form are on your chin, cheeks, nose and forehead. You can get rid of the blackheads and spots on your skin w/ treatments that you can do at home, medications that can be prescribed by a dermatologist or procedures that can be done by an aesthetician.

  • Steam your blackheads and spots. The heated steam can help push out the dirt and oil built up in your blackheads, w/c will remove the blackheads and spots from your skin. Boil hot water in a big pot and stream it into a big bowl. You want to put your face over the hot water close enough to find the heat but far enough away so that you don't whip your skin. You can also run a hot shower, close the door and take in the steam from the enclosed room.
  • Use aloe vera. Aloe vera is given up of an enzyme that can help kill the dirt and bacteria in your blackheads and spots. Aloe vera will reduce the lighting on your blackheads and spots, w/c will help remove them from your skin. Go to your local pharmacy and buy an aloe vera gel, or you can squeeze the juice from a plant. If you own a plant, break a leaf off and squeeze the juice into your palm. If you buy a gel, make sure it contains a high content of aloe vera. There are many applications and gels on the market that take to be aloe vera, but actually contain very gentle of the enzyme.
  • Go to a dermatologist. A dermatologist can advocate medication that will get rid of the blackheads and spots on your skin. The vitamin A derivative retinoid can help get rid of your blackheads by attacking the bacteria inside. The most common forms of retanoid creams are Differin, Retin-A and Tazora.
  • Go to an aesthetician. A professionally trained aesthetician can remove your blackheads and spots on your skin in a safe way. Your aesthetician will use a tool called an extractor, w/c will take out the oil and dirt built up in your blackheads and spots. The tool is thin and long, with loops on either end. Make sure your aesthetician is authorized, another they can scar your skin for the stay of your life.

1 comment:

Eades Wallpaper said...

Very nice information..its so useful. Now a days every third person are facing this issue. Good information you share about how to get rid of blackheads easily.

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