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How to get rid of blackheads

What are blackheads?
Blackheads are formed when excess sebum and dead skin cells clog a pore; the pore remains open allowing this material to oxidize and becoming black in color.

How do you get blackheads?
Blackheads are typically caused by the overproduction of oil, which tends to occur when a person reaches puberty. Congested skin can be translated into clogged pores, whiteheads, and blackheads, most frequently encountered in oily skin type.

Do you know what range of skin care products is suitable for your skin to clear blackheads and whiteheads?
Here the recommendations from our consultant.

For oily and congested skin

Let's learn an easy way of clear stubborn at little cost and without painful extraction or squeezing.

STEP 1: Cleanser - Gentle Foaming Cleanser
Squeeze a pea size onto the palm of the hand and add water to cleanse the face. Then rinse off with plenty of water.
Gentle foaming cleanser helps to remove dead cells, impurities, and excessive sebum.

STEP 2: Masque - Advanced Bio Renewal Masque *Secret Tips
Mix with Vital Repair Cleansing Milk, apply even on whole face and neck. Wet hand and gently scrub before rinse off.
Use it once a week.

STEP 3: Lotion - Soothing & Hydrating Lotion
From a distance of 8-10 inches, spray toner directly over entire face and neck, then gently pat dry with fingertips.
Soothing & hydrating lotion helps refresh tired skin and replenish skin moisture.
STEP 4: Serum - Skin Action Sebum Gel * Secret Tips
Apply on the oily or T-zone area, in up and outward circular motion.
This daily maintenance gel reduces oil secretion, leaving the skin clear and producing smooth visible results within 7 days of application.
STEP 5: Moistures - Intensive Hydrating Oasis Gel
Apply to face and neck evenly, in up and outward circular movement,

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