Thursday, March 3, 2011

Request: How to "Get Rid of Black Heads"

Ever noticed that every now and then you see little black dots appearing around your nose area. You wonder what is that and you start picking at it but it wont go away instead you just made it worse. Well those little black dots are called Black Heads and have you ever wonder how it got there? Black Heads form very similarly to acne they all start with excess oil built up which then clog your pores. However Black Heads pores opening is slightly larger than an acne opening, when the oil is than release from the sebum. It goes through oxidization and as a result it ends up darker which is how a Black Head Forms.

Getting Rid of Black Head:
Taking good care of your skin is the best way to get rid and prevent black heads from forming. Since we know oil is the key to why black heads form we want to stay away from anything oily. Eat less greasy foods, drink lots of water, use oil free makeup/creams & blot your face frequently. These are just some of the basic things you can do to take care of your skin well to prevent black heads.

Getting rid of black head is a lot easier than getting rid of an acne. One of the simplest & most effective ways is to actually gently squeezing it out. YES you heard me right SQUEEZING IT. Yes I know thats the first thing your mom teaches you not to do is by squeezing anything off your face. However with Black Heads one of the best way to get rid of it is to actually squeeze it out. Follow these 3 simple steps to get rid of your black heads.

Step 1: Ex foliate your skin to remove any dead skin cell and to expose the black head.
Step 2: Steam your face for 10-15 mins to soften up the black heads, this will make the Black Heads be a lot easier to squeeze out.
Step 3: Pat dry your face than carefully use your fingers to push down on the black head and slowly push up all around the black head. The trick is to push down to apply pressure underneath to force out the black head.
You should only try squeezing the black head out once, otherwise you may damage your skin and leave scaring. If it doesn't come out you can use a pore strip to help, by pulling the black head to the surface for easier extraction. However I do not recommend to use pore strips too often to remove black head as it can damage your skin.

Hope this will help some of you who always wanted to get rid of those black dots for good. Sorry for the long delay with my posting, I am currently working on a big project which has been taking over a lot of my time. I am also going to be traveling around next month, which means I wont be able to make any videos or post as much as I want to. Hopefully I can pre-film some videos and maybe write some blog post before hand. Any who I will talk to you all soon xoxo


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