Blackhead remover peel off mask
Tearing black mask, excellent extension, easy to apply; adsorption of skin surface blackheads,
excess oil, the skin of the skin and aging skin, so that the skin fresh and delicate.
How to use
1.Apply on a dry and cleansed face.
2.Take appropriate amount and spread evenly across the whole face or specific area of concern.
3.Wait for 15 to 30 minutes until the mask is completely dry.
4.You can start peel off the mask gently from the bottom slowly. Follow by your daily skincare regime.
Andy’s recommendations for safely getting rid of blackheads:
First, determine if you actually have blackheads, or if you’re looking at sebaceous filaments. A blackhead is a blockage you can feel within the skin, while sebaceous filaments are freeflowing, but visible due to the pore being enlarged.
‘Prevention is always better than a cure,’ says Andy. ‘So avoiding skin care and makeup that contains comedogenic ingredients is first thing.
‘Then using non-drying cleansers, gentle exfoliants and lightweight hydrating products etc to avoid blackheads from forming.
‘Some facialists or skin care professionals may offer extractions and will use steam or a softening solution prior to extraction to aid with their removal. Personally I prefer to use lipid-soluble hydroxy acids like Salicylic acid or Mandelic acid, either in the form of a mild peel or home care products that can help to dissolve and dislodge blackheads as well as reducing the appearance of sebaceous filaments.
‘Ingredients like Vitamin A (retinol or retinaldehyde), Saw Palmetto and DHEA also work by regulating sebum production so again, reducing the appearance of sebaceous filaments.
‘But remember, you can’t, and shouldn’t try to, stop them completely.
‘It’s important to have a realistic expectation and not try to obtain a completely ‘pore-less’ look, which only really exists in magazines and Instagram filters.