Overcoming Blackheads On Excessive Nasal Area?
so that all blackheads are removed, before using porepack what to do ?? And if using backing soda is it safe for the nose ???
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Blackheads are a form of acne that occurs when hair follicles are blocked by sebum (oil) and dead skin cells, causing inflammation. This condition can occur in almost all parts of the face, but the most common is in the nose. Blackheads can appear as a black spot (black head comedone) or vaginal discharge (white head comedone) which often feels itchy but does not cause pain. This condition can be triggered by many factors, including hormonal fluctuations (for example when approaching menstrual schedules, when pregnant or using hormonal contraception), side effects of drugs (such as steroids or lithium), unhealthy dietary patterns (for example consuming too much skim milk or high carbohydrate foods), as well as psychological stress.
Comedy handling can be done in several ways. One of the easiest ways you can do at home is to use a pore pack. There are no specific steps that need to be taken so that blackheads are lifted. However, to get maximum results, you should first make sure your skin is clean and avoid excessive oil buildup before using it. Also choose a good pore pack product, not expired, and does not contain irritating ingredients so it does not trigger inflammation in the skin. The use of baking soda you should not do without consulting a doctor first because in some people with sensitive skin types, this can actually aggravate skin irritation so blackheads and pimples will be more difficult to cure.
In addition, the following steps should also be done to reduce blackheads:
Wash your face, especially the blackheads, with mild cleansing soap 2 times a day, use warm water or lukewarm to get maximum results
Do not use facial scrubs, astrigents, or masks carelessly without consulting a doctor first
Do not rub excessive skin, because it can make the skin dry and more easily irritated
Use anti-blackheads and acne products that contain salicylic acid, glycolic acid, or alpha hydroxy acid
Avoid skin care products that contain irritative ingredients, choose care products that are specially formulated with anti-comedogenic content
Protect your skin from being exposed to direct sunlight, i.e. by using sunscreen
Do not gouge or squeeze blackheads with your bare hands
Expand to eat fruits, vegetables, and water
Don't over-consume skim milk or high-carbohydrate foods
Don't stress too much
If the steps above still have not been able to overcome your complaint, you try to check yourself directly to the doctor or dermatologist huh ..
I hope this helps.