Tuesday, 9 July 2013

How to clean facial clogged pores

Get rid of clogged pores

What are clogged pores exactly or in simpler terms? Normally people call them blackheads and whiteheads; basically, pores are the skin opening or the holes you can say, and this is the exact point from which the human hair growth takes place. The worst part is that clogged pores are not only present on the forehead at the nose area but also checks. The pores get filled with the natural skin and the layer of dead skin makes them look real bad. Also, with dirt and grease on these pores, they look uglier and gets black. This makes them visible enough that without clearing them, you won’t be able to get the glow and clearness required.
clogged pores
clogged pores

Use Jojoba Oil

The Jojoba oil has some sort of specialty, and it is said that it produces the desired results instantly. When you clean the clogged pores with jojoba oil, it quickly gets into the pores and dissolves the entire dirt while cleaning the pores completely.


This process of cleaning the clogged pores is used mostly in the saloons. It requires you to first conduct a good massage on the entire face and then take steam for 5 minutes from any steamer. After that you can use the pore cleaning tool and get rid of all the blackheads and whiteheads. It’s a painful process, indeed, because the pressure exerted on the plucking tool hurt in the nose area specially.

Look at the products you are using:

With any type of unwanted skin issue, first analyze what you are doing to your skin. Clogged pores are usually caused by and relieved by something topical, so look at what products you using. This can be anything from moisturizer, cleanser, toner, makeup, to hair products and laundry detergent. Anything that touches your skin is a potential clogged pore culprit.

Clogged pores can take up to 2 weeks to show up on your skin, so something you used several weeks ago (3-6 weeks) could have caused that reaction.

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