How to Get Rid of Blackheads

Most people have experienced blackheads at some time in their lives, most likely in their teen years. Although some lucky people are genetically blessed with good skin and the ability to avoid blackhead breakouts, most people have some first hand familiarity with these blemishes. There are a number of ideas about how to get rid of blackheads. However, one must understand that there is not one miracle treatment that will work for everyone. Assessing your skin type will help you choose the right products and treatments for you.

Often makeup is to blame for bad acne breakouts. Heavy foundations, powders and other makeup products can block the tiny pores on the skin. Comedogenic products do not cause blemishes and blackheads. Mineral and organic makeup products can help perfect your look without creating blemishes. If you use makeup and think it could be the cause of your bad acne it might be time to take a break. Keep your skin makeup free for a time and be aware of positive changes.

As stated earlier, clogged pores usually cause blackheads. Exfoliating skin on a regular schedule will eliminate most of the dead skin cells before they have a chance to block your pores and create blemishes. Using products containing beta hydroxyl acid (BHA) when you exfoliate will get rid of excess oil along with the dead skin.

Excess oil can also block pores and cause blackheads, and it is conducive to the growth of bacteria. Along with regular exfoliating, using a clay mask weekly can help clear the oil from your skin. Because the clay absorbs the oil, applying it to your face more than once a week can cause your skin to dry out. So when planning your regular skin care regimen, keep in mind these tips on how to get rid of blackheads.

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