Cosmeticians might try to convince you that removing chin blackheads is the job of a specialist and it needs to be done in a salon, but this is hardly brain surgery. Everyone can do it and the truth is that most of us remove the blackheads on our own, but if we are to enjoy the best results, there are some guidelines to follow.
Blackheads are mostly the effect of pollution so unless you are living at an idyllic farm or at a cabin in the mountains, you should accept them as unavoidable.
Getting rid of blackheads begins with a little steam, as it has the uncanny ability to open the pores while killing bacteria. These microscopic pests are frequently the underlying cause of acne and other skin problems, so it makes perfect sense to sweep them aside.
You don’t need to go over the edge and boil water because even hot one will produce enough steam to get rid of the blackheads. Cleansing and exfoliation are two other procedures that help in keeping the pores clean of dirt if done daily.
Naturally, the excess is never recommended and even healthy procedures can backfire if abused and this applies to both exfoliation and cleansing. Aestheticians can lend a helping hand in severe cases and the ultimate solution is to visit a dermatologist for an educated advice.
If the homemade remedies are used religiously, most of the pesky blackheads will be removed and you won’t have to worry about their re-occurrence either.
How to Treat Chin Blackheads
① Exfoliate your Skin
Gently exfoliate and clean your face regularly to avoid dirt in skin pores. This will also help you make skin supple and also helps you get rid of Chin blackheads.
② Facial Steam
Expose your facial skin to some steam either by leaning over a hot water bowl or by a steam machine at least for 10 minutes in order to open pores. Use of eucalyptus oil drops can avoid any cause of infections.
③ Avoid Vigorous Scrubbing
Never overdo things like forcefully removing blackheads or vigorous use of scrubs as it may leave an ever-remaining scar on your face. It also could end up releasing excess oil leading to increasing number of more pimples.
④ Use Natural Blackhead Remedies
Try using natural blackhead removing remedies to increase overall curing process. Blackhead strips or dirt particles can be used to remove blockages from the skin.
⑤ The Power of Sea Salt
Sea salt and Micro-beads can help you remove Chin blackheads as well. But if the problem is critical, you can always consider visiting a dermatologist, who can prescribe useful medicines and creams with retinoids to cure the problem with ease.
⑥ Use Blackhead Extractor
Aesthetician use extractors, which are inserted directly into the pore to remove the blackheads, forcing the sebum out. It claims to remove blackheads without even leaving a minute scar on our face. But it is suggestible to consult an experienced aesthetician for the right procedure.
⑦ Take Vitamin C
Always take enough Vitamin C (at least 1 gram daily) to improve your skin texture and clarity. It can actually boost collagen production.
⑧ Take Advantage of Orange Peel
Try applying orange peel or paste on the affected area and leave on for at least 15 minutes followed by rinsing with warm water. It will help you reduce the oil production, which in turn will cut on the dirt collection.
⑨ The Power of Aloe Vera
Application of Aloe Vera directly on the skin is also very effective in curing blackheads in and around the chin area. All you have to do is apply it on your skin and let it stay for 15 minutes, later rinse it off with warm water. Similarly lemon also can do good to cure this issue.