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Anyone know a good product for blackheads??

post #1 of 15
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I've never had an acne problem but for the last little bit I've had trouble with blackheads on my nose and chin. I've tried several different facial cleaners but none of them seem to really clear them up. Anyone have any suggestions for good products?? I have normal skin, not really oily or really dry. Thanks in advance for any suggestions!
post #2 of 15
I'm interested to know this too.
I've tried soaps that are supposed to help, but I think they're lying to me.
post #3 of 15
this is only a sugestion tea tree oil but i will check with my younger sister who is a beauticain and see what she sugests
post #4 of 15
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Originally Posted by eupnea
I'm interested to know this too.
I've tried soaps that are supposed to help, but I think they're lying to me.

I know what you mean! I've tried several things that say they are specificly for blackheads, yet I see no result after I've used them for weeks!! Its so frustrating isn't it?
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Originally Posted by tilly tiger
this is only a sugestion tea tree oil but i will check with my younger sister who is a beauticain and see what she sugests

Thanks, that would be really helpful!
post #6 of 15
For nose and chin, you can get those sticky pore strips, that you dampen, let dry and then remove! I know Biore does them!

They are pretty dear, but they do work really well! (you can se all the dirt and grime that it removes!
post #7 of 15
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Originally Posted by Sar
For nose and chin, you can get those sticky pore strips, that you dampen, let dry and then remove! I know Biore does them!

They are pretty dear, but they do work really well! (you can se all the dirt and grime that it removes!
I used to use them. They do work.
post #8 of 15
The Biore Pore Clearing strips are the best!

Another, inexpensive fix is to beat a raw egg, smear it on your face, let it dry and then wash it off with soap and water. As the egg dries, it tightens up your skin, squeezing out most of the blackheads. Mix the leftover egg into some shampoo and use it wash your hair, for a nice shine.
post #9 of 15
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Originally Posted by Sar
For nose and chin, you can get those sticky pore strips, that you dampen, let dry and then remove! I know Biore does them!

They are pretty dear, but they do work really well! (you can se all the dirt and grime that it removes!
Those are brilliant!!!

Use a facial scrub weekly as well once you get rid of them
post #10 of 15
I read somewhere though that you have to be careful with the pore strips as it can ruin the pores.
Im actually going to buy those the next time i go shopping
post #11 of 15
I use the pore strips every once in a while. What sucks though is I have big pores. I would LOVE to get a facial that is supposed to reduce pore visibility, but don't have the money....so for now I just use the pore strips every once in a while, and clean my face with astringent every night and morning...
post #12 of 15
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Thanks for the tips you guys! I've used the pore strips before, and may try them again, they just seemed to be more of a temporary fix wheras I was looking for something to actually get rid of them and keep them from coming back!
post #13 of 15
My fiance has quite the problems as well. What are guys to do about it? We want to look our best for the wedding . If I dont' *tell* anyone I could probably get him to use the strips. Hehe but facials are out of the question .
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Originally Posted by SolarityBengals
My fiance has quite the problems as well. What are guys to do about it? We want to look our best for the wedding . If I dont' *tell* anyone I could probably get him to use the strips. Hehe but facials are out of the question .

My hubby's the same way! What is it about men and their fear of "girly products"??
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Originally Posted by katl8e
The Biore Pore Clearing strips are the best!

Another, inexpensive fix is to beat a raw egg, smear it on your face, let it dry and then wash it off with soap and water. As the egg dries, it tightens up your skin, squeezing out most of the blackheads. Mix the leftover egg into some shampoo and use it wash your hair, for a nice shine.
Does the egg have to be beaten until it turns white and foamy, or just until the egg is well blended?
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