Whether your squeamish about black heads or not, they’re not exactly something that are welcomed! Unfortunately open pores inevitably invite blocked pores and it’s hard to get rid of them. We’ve seen many crazes hit the beauty industry over the past few years but what ones actually work. More importantly, what ones are actually good for your skin. One of the biggest crazes was the black mask that dried and peeled off the skin. While we seen a lot of successful videos surface of the mask removing a large amount of blackheads. Some reported to contain glue! Yikes! There’s one thing for sure that’s that glue is in no way, shape or form a good ingredient for skin. Let’s move onto something that works, Dermarolling Blackheads.
One of the main purposes of treatment is to generate new collagen and skin tissue for smoother, firmer, more toned skin. Through generating new, rejuvenated skin, we remove the existing black heads and tighten the open pores to prevent them from reappearing.
Have you ever wondered how blackheads form? Here’s the Science:
Normally, hair grows from hair follicles in the pores, and the sebum-producing sebaceous glands lie underneath. When these pores are plugged, the dead skin cells in the open pore react with oxygen in the air and turn black, forming a blackhead.
Micro needling will significantly reduce black heads and can almost be described as a hidden benefit.
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