Q:i have loads and loads of tiny blackheads on my chin and nose i have tried endless amounts of home remedies and products, and am now thinking of going to a Beauty salon to have them removed
i would appreciate any suggestions before i do or even advice on what to ask for if i do go
im going out my mind trying to get rid and think im just damaging my skin even more
any help please
A:u cant do much wen it comes 2 blackheads all those face products ends up making your face worse the best thing to do is let it leave slowly if you don’t do anything to it, it will slowly go away even if it is so embarrassing
A:I use a product called clearisil ultra and i find it very effective and i works for me a treat. I know how you feel regarding them its annoying especially when you get a bad breakout
A:Ideally you’d want a prescription for Retin-A. In 8 weeks flat they’ll be gone. The stubbornest ones can be removed by your dermatologist, though they will want you to “soften” them up with the Retin-A for several weeks before using a blackhead removal tool. Leave the tools to the professionals. Forcing out the blackhead leaves permanent scaring if one is not adept at removing them correctly. That said, I know of a makeup artist that told me (to my HORROR) to use jojoba oil after exfoliating. She recommended using jojoba oil nightly, but not the apricot scrub (for exfoliation). I have oily skin and protested. Well, it turns out I had massive success with not only the blackheads, but other types of acne AND it lightened the appearance of the dark scars I had too! Amazing. Good luck to you!
A:for the blackheads use and biore blackhead control product and for the veins try a collegen based cream it will help the skin plump and will eventually cover the veins…and yes a dermatoligist will be able to help!
A:Take a hot shower to open your pours. Get a really cheapy pen and take it apart to where it is just the casing. Make sure that the casing is completely around the pimple of blackhead,and push in. Then when you are finished wash your face with cold water and pat dry. It is a time taking process but it really works.