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Have tried everything, my blackheads! pictures!

Guest fugleee_dumbBUNNY

hey, try raw rose hip oil, its nothing too amazing like disappear completely but still..ive noticed it shrinked those pores a bit, and then later read somewhere that its even supposed to do so, and clean them out with strips or homemade strips method (google it or better search on youtube). i apply rosehip oil overnight, thin layer. after doing so every day i noticed those changes.

but i think diet also playes role here, how big and clogged they are, so u should think about it too probably.

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Guest Timehealsall

holy crap, my nose looks EXACTLY LIKE YOURS. My blackheads do not seem to go away either. Benzoyl peroxide have unclogged some of them, but for some reason, when the plugs fell off, it left enlarged pores...

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Though the best way to remove blackheads is an area of contention, the most common method for getting rid of blackheads is to gently squeeze them. Removing the "stuff" inside of the blackhead helps the skin because you are relieving the pressure which causes the damage. We know it can be nearly impossible to leave a blemish alone so here are some tips for gentle blackhead removal:

Use a mild scrub or to remove any dead cells and expose the blackhead.

Pat your face dry.

Place a slightly warm compress on your face for approximately 10-15 minutes in order to soften the blackhead, making it easier to remove.

Pat your face dry again.

Place a piece of tissue on the tip of each finger to avoid slipping, which could tear the skin and cause further damage.

Gently apply even pressure to both sides of the blackhead by pushing down, then up around the blemish. You're trying to apply the pressure from *underneath* the blackhead.

Only attempt this once or twice. If it does not "pop", you may bruise the skin, make the blackhead worse, and could cause scarring

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If that is indeed black heads, then you could go to a skin care specialist and try to have some facial, which may include extraction of black heads.

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If that is indeed black heads, then you could go to a skin care specialist and try to have some facial, which may include extraction of black heads.

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