Now that summer is officially here, many makeup-clad people are opting for lighter coverage that won’t smudge, run, or clog their pores in this hot and humid weather, and nothing can put a damper on a fresh-faced look quite like blackheads. Fortunately, there are options to deal with this less than desirable issue. Here’re four steps to removing blackheads from your nose.
4 Steps To Removing Blackheads From Your Nose
Contrary to popular belief, blackheads are not actually trapped dirt, but the result of the oxidation of sebum once the clogged pore has opened and been exposed to air. Those little black dots you see just under the surface of your skin are actually a form of non-inflammatory acne, meaning, a clogged pore that white blood cells simply have not inflamed (hence the lack of a red bump, pimple or cyst.YET!)
Like all types of acne, the true source of blackheads is an overproduction of sebum, and the most common culprit is the hormonal imbalance that actually over stimulates the production of sebum. If the nature of blackheads is internal, they also must be treated from within in order to achieve long-term results, which AcnEase users get to experience firsthand!