Clean Blackheads With Blackheads Tweezers
I clean blackheads with tweezers, then when it reaches under the eyes, blackheads are difficult to disappear, then I press again, but the comedoes do not come out, instead become black spots like zits. So, what is acne, how do you get rid of it
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First of all, you need to know that you are strongly discouraged from pressing or poking your pimples (including your blackheads). Pressing pimples and blackheads can cause inflammation and further infection and cause the appearance of acne scars on your face.
Blackheads are blockages in the pores of the facial skin caused by a buildup of dead skin cells mixed with facial oil (sebum). Blackheads themselves are of 2 types, blackheads that are white and blackheads that are black. Blackheads will be white when the blockage is covered by the top layer of your skin. Blackheads can turn black if they are no longer covered by the top layer of skin and experience oxidation from the outside air. When a blockage in the pore becomes inflamed (either squeezed or because it is infected), red pimples will form and protrude on the skin surface.
Most likely what happens to your skin is that your blackheads which were originally inside the skin (and are white), come out of the skin so that they experience oxidation and turn black. Blackhead extraction should be done at a dermatologist or a beauty doctor who is already experienced in cleaning blackheads.
The following are some things you can do to take care of your face:
Wash your face 2 times a day, morning and night. Avoid sleep using cosmetics.
Choose a facial washing soap that suits your skin type, you should avoid using antiseptic soap and do not also use soap containing scrubs every day.
You can do facial exfoliation (either physical exfoliation using scrubs) or chemical exfoliation 2-3 times a week
You can use facial care products that contain AHA or BHA which can help remove dead skin cells on the surface of your skin and also help speed up the turnover of your facial skin.
Make sure you use a facial moisturizer after you wash your face (use a facial moisturizer that suits your skin type)
Avoid direct sunlight on the skin and use sunscreen when you leave the house in the morning and afternoon. Use non-comedogenic sunscreens
Pay attention to the cosmetics you use, you should always choose cosmetics that are non-comedogenic
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