3 Ways to Cleanse Clogged Pores
People who have oily skin are more likely to have enlarged pores and open pores that are at a risk of getting clogged with oil, dirt and pollution. This can lead to blackheads, skin darkening, acne, zits and pimples.
Cleaning out the clogged pores should be a part of your daily skin care regime. Washing your face regularly with water and soap free face wash is a good idea. Remember, when you are washing your face you must lather your neck and chest as well. This helps to eliminate the oily build up and unclogs pores.
You must exfoliate your skin regularly as well. Use an apricot or almond face scrub and exfoliate the dead skin cells from your face and neck. Massage the scrub onto your skin for a few minutes but do not wash off the residue immediately. Wait for a few minutes then pat a few drops of water on your face; massage for a few more minutes and then wash it off. You will notice a visibly fairer skin tone with cleaner pores.
A product that will definitely help you is tea tree oil. It is an antiseptic that helps to eliminate blackheads and zits and prevents the build up of acne. It helps to clean the clogged pores. Simply dab a cotton ball soaked in tea tree oil all over your skin for best results.
Use an electric blackhead remover. It is a tiny machine that works like a vacuum. It sucks out the blackheads and oily buildup from your pores and helps you to get a deep cleansing routine.
In addition to the above treatments, you can try a few home made remedies to clean your pores. Take a spoon of fresh cream and add half a spoon of chickpea powder to it. Mix the two together and add a drop of rose water. Massage this paste onto your face for a deep cleansing routine. This will not only clean your pores but also helps to moisturize your skin at the same time. You will not need to use a moisturizing lotion after you wash it off. You can use this mix on your entire body.
Caution: Please use Home Remedies after Proper Research and Guidance. You accept that you are following any advice at your own risk and will properly research or consult healthcare professional.