Monday, December 14, 2009

Does anyone know of some good spot and blackhead treatments?

I've been using all of the different types of treatments for ages, scrubs(awesum tv show), wipes, moisturiser and a while ago they seemed to be working, now they're not. i only have the odd spot or two but i could use some help does anyone know of some treatment that i can use on a regular basis that will keep working?Does anyone know of some good spot and blackhead treatments?
Use a basic cleanser and exfoliate your skin three times a week. You can just use a toothbrush and rub it gently in small circles for a cheap exfoliating method. This is what is best for your skin.

If you excercise, make sure you clean the skin right away; sweat makes things a million times worse!

Throw a few more glasses of plain water into your diet. It'll help clear things up and make your skin a little more radiant.

Good Luck! :)Does anyone know of some good spot and blackhead treatments?
Home remedies for removal of blackheads

Apply a paste made of ground radish seeds and water on affected areas, the effect is magical.

Mix glycerin soap, fuller's earth and almond powder in 2:1:4 ratio with boiled water to make a paste. Apply this paste on the blackheads.

Apply paste of fresh fenugreek leaves mixed with water on the face every night and wash off with warm water in the morning to prevent blackheads.

Apply paste of roasted and powdered pomegranate skin with fresh limejuice over blackheads.

Wet cotton in warm water mixed with Epsom salt and iodine. Dab them on blackheads to loosen them.

Use green tea as a face scrub to loose blackheads.

Mash drumsticks pods and leaves.

Mix it with fresh limejuice and apply on the trouble spots.

Combine 录 cup of hot water with 1 tsp of Epsom salts and 4 drops of iodine. Mix well and let it cool until it is lukewarm.

Dip cotton ball in to the mixture and apply on the affected area. When the mixture dries, remove it gently with a washcloth.

These natural remedies for eliminating blackheads comes at no or negligible cost, purity, without side effects and dollops of TLC.
keep doing what you're doing.

2 spots isn't much compared to people that have really bad cases of acne.

when you wash your face, first rinse your face with warm water, then a little hot water, it'll open up your pores so you can clean your face thouroughly. then, when you'er finished washing, warm water again, then cold water.

cold water closes your pores, if that doesn't work, use a toner instead.

try keeping your hands away from your face, your hands can become sweaty and since you use your hands every day and touch a lot of unclean things, they're covered in bacteria.

try and stay away from oily foods, too. like chips, crisps, etc...
the only 'treatment' that worked for me was when I visited the 'Clinique' counter (found in Belks, Macy's,etc.) Clinique is perfume free, it is clinically suited for different skin types. There are no quick cures. All we can do is keep our skin clean and use appropriate astringents/clarifying lotions, and moisturizers. Clinique shaped my skin up and it is not too expensive. Hormones play a huge role in skin blemishes, so don't despair.

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