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Blackheads may seem impossible to remove but with the right techniques and products, you can send them packing!
Blackheads form when the skin’s pores are blocked by dead skin and sebum (the natural protective oil produced by the epidermis). The sebum oxidizes when exposed to air and turns black, hence the name.
Blackheads are the result of two combined issues: excess sebum production caused by stress and hormones, etc.; and pores that when too small, prevent the oil from escaping naturally.
Oilier areas of the skin are more likely to get blackheads: the famous T-zone (the chin, nose and forehead) and the back.
Getting rid of blackheads is one thing, preventing them from reappearing is another.
To win the war and not merely a few battles, you need to practice excellent skin hygiene and use certain key products.
To deeply cleanse and gently exfoliate skin.
Absorbs excess oil to help eliminate breakouts.
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