This review is from: Professional Blackhead & Blemish Remover Kit for Acne Skin, Blackheads, Pimples and Blemishes. 5pcs Extractors Blemish Tools with Faux Leather Pink Case. (Misc.)
As a Licensed Esthetician and Skin Care Professional, my tools are always with me and by my side.
I came across this Professional Blackhead & Blemish Kit and liked how compact and small it was so I wanted to try it out.
This is a great little kit that comes in a small, flat, portable faux leather pink case and includes 4 premium grade stainless steel double looped tools and a nice sharp lancet.
These tools are designed for the skin and can easily take on and extract any size blemish on the face and body with comfort and ease. The textured handles help to grip during use.
These blackhead re...Read More
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1. Coriander and Turmeric powder
Prepare a paste from coriander leaves and strain the liquid. Add turmeric to the coriander juice and mix it; leave it on the face for 30 minutes. Wash it off with lukewarm water. Do it every night.
2. Besan and almonds paste
This treatment is recommended for the nose. Prepare a scrub with almonds and besan powder and use it to get rid of blackheads.
3. Baking soda
Make a paste of baking soda and water and apply to the area for 25 minutes. Wash it off with warm water to get rid of blackheads. Do a test patch, especially if you have sensitive skin.
Honey is also considered one of the best ingredients for skincare, either as a facial pack or mask. So apply honey on your face to get rid of blackheads.
5. Coffee face scrub
Besides removi...Read More
TIPS FOR GETTING RID OF ACNE SCARS
Anybody who suffers from having acne is very well aware of how relieved one can feel after their acne infections have been treated and their skin no longer has acne on it. Unfortunately, their relief tends to disappear very quickly after they realize what the acne has left behind- acne scars. Although they are very irritating, acne scars are quite common. Frequently it is quite possible to avoid acne scarring if acne sufferers would just follow the advice that their dermatologist, family members or information found on the internet provides them with.
WHAT CAUSES ACNE SCARS TO FORM
The cause of acne scars is from popping or picking at one’s pimples...
In medical terms a blackhead is referred to as an open comedo. It is a non-inflamed mark of acne that is black or dark brown in color on the pore’s surface. They are frequently mistaken for dirt that you can scrub off. However, that isn’t possible. What they are really are is a combination of acne-causing bacteria, sebum (excess oil) and dead skin that becomes dark in color when it comes into contact with the air. Blackheads are the first stage of the acne formation process. If they are not treated, they can spread and also form pimples, which are also referred to as pustules or papules.
Acne and blackheads typically develop during puberty as hormones rise up to the skin’s surface...
Blackheads – they look just as unattractive as the name sounds. They can appear suddenly overnight without warning and once they do make an appearance, they don’t ever seem to want to disappear. Blackheads are not painful, however their appearance is a clear indication that the pores of your skin desperately need to be cared for. When blackheads are left untreated, they can spread quite rapidly. The most common places for them to appear are on the chin, around the nose and on the nose.
TYPE OF BREAKOUT – PIMPLE, BLACKHEAD, WHITEHEAD OR SOMETHING ELSE?
Any breakout on your face is unwanted...Read More
A comedone extractor can remove stubborn blackheads and whiteheads to leave you with a clear complexion. You can find the tool at most drugstores and department stores. One end of the tool is for blackheads, and the other end is for whiteheads. If you use this tool at home, follow these tips so you don’t damage your sensitive facial skin.
Dilate Your Pores
Before you use an extraction tool, dilate your pores. This makes it easier for the tool to loosen the blemish and pop it out. Taking a warm shower is often enough to dilate your pores, or you can use a facial steamer. To make your own facial steamer, boil water on the stove. Remove from heat and lean over the water with your face 8 to 12 inches from the water. Drape a towel over your head to trap the steam.
When you dilate you...Read More