And what to finally do about it.
November 2, 2015
If you’ve ever looked in a magnifying mirror, you’ve likely obsessed over a blackhead.A type of acne lesion known as an “open comedone” by dermatologists, blackheads form when hair follicles or pores become clogged due to hormonal changes or certain ingredients in skin or hair products, says New York dermatologist Gary Goldenberg, M.D., medical director of Mount Sinai Dermatology Faculty Practice.
While it may be tempting to pick, push, or scrub the icky black bump out, experts say that’s a big no-no that can just make the situation worse by damaging skin and making it more likely for you to get even more blackheads in the future. Instead, keep your hands off and follow this guide to safely saying goodbye to blackheads for good.
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