4 Steps Blackheads Removal Routine You Can Do Daily

by bb on Apr 30, 2018

If you find that you constantly are getting blackheads forming, even just few days after you extract them, then trust me, girl, you are not alone. Some people produce blackheads more quickly than others, and this doesn’t always occur because of your skin type. Even those with dry skin can produce blackheads quickly, I for one can attest to this fact!So, how can we reduce the speed that our blackheads reoccur without having to constantly be subjecting our skin to methods of skin damaging extraction?

Proper Blackheads Removal Cleansing!

So, you have come to the realization that you have blackheads, and not just blackheads, but ones that return just a few days after you remove them. Girl, it’s time to change your cleansing routine to one that will work to slow down your blackhead forming processes so you don’t need to extract as often.

The Blackheads Removal Routine

There are two items you need to add to your cleansing routine to fight against your blackheads. The first being cleansing oil and the second being a micro pore sponge. Now don’t be shocked that we are recommending to use oil on your face! Always remember that oil attracts oil. So If you want to pull the oils out of your pores, then you need to use another oil to do that. It’s that simple law of attraction in terms of chemistry. So here is the blackheads removal cleansing routine you need to seriously consider turning into your evening cleansing ritual if you really want to reduce your blackhead production.4 Steps Blackheads Removal Routine You Can Do Daily Article Insert 1

1. Massage cleansing oil over uncleansed skin

Taking the Klairs Gentle Black Deep Cleansing Oil, add 1-2 pumps to the face and gently massage over the skin to pull dirt and oil from the pores. Sometimes, if there is a lot of dirt within your pores, you will actually feel little “grits” form on the skin as you are massaging!

2. Wipe away cleansing oil with a sponge

Using a micro pore sponge such as the Klairs Gentle Black Cleansing Puff, dampen it with lukewarm water and wipe away the cleansing oil from the face. This method with not only remove the oil from the skin, but it will also make sure you wipe away all the dirt from the pores that have been lifted to the surface thanks to the cleansing oil. Rinse the sponge and repeat a second and even a third time if you feel it is needed.

3. Use a Charcoal soap to remove excess oil and toxins from the pores

Because we used oils, it is still important to make sure you have effectively left no remaining oils on the skin or toxins. Using a charcoal soap will utilise the benefits of charcoal with naturally pull toxins and oils from the skin without being harsh and damaging. Helping to prevent the fast formation of blackheads.

4. Rinse Away

Once again, use the Klairs Gentle Black Cleansing Puff to wipe away the charcoal soap and any excess dead skin cells, then rinse with just lukewarm water for the perfect cleanse.And there you have it! Add this cleansing routine to your daily evening cleansing method and you will notice that you don’t produce blackheads as fast as you did before. Because let’s face it, blackheads are natural and everyone's skin produces them, but you can control and limit how fast you produce them by using the right cleansing care.blackheads removal insert image 2

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