Out of all skin problems, blackheads are the most frequent skin concern for both men and women. Even if you have enjoyed a fairly good skin for most of your life, at some point you will experience the appearance of a few "black dots" on your nose, forehead, chin or sides of the cheeks.
Why do blackheads occur? When your skin lacks moisture (due to ageing or hormones or stress, etc.), the skin will try to compensate it by producing more oil. As the oil glands are located predominantly on the nose, forehead, chin, sides of the cheeks, inside the ears, chest and middle of upper back, the pores in those body areas get enlarged if the oil production noticeably increases because of lack of moisture inside the skin.
Fortunately, there is a solution. First of all, you need to ensure that your eat a balanced diet, that contains plenty of fruits, vegetables (preferably raw) and most importantly greens. Remember that skin is the biggest organ on our body that reflects what is going on inside. If you eat too much food containing too much animal fat and protein and very little veggies, your incretion systems will be overloaded with accumulated waste and toxins. Combined with not drinking enough water to help the internal cleansing processes, will result in your skin reacting to it at some point in some shape of form. Often, enlarged pores are the first symptom of more skin concerns to follow.
You would help your skin greatly by having regular deep cleanse. A proper deep cleansing facial with steam and extraction would be very beneficial to keep the skin free of excess oil and micro dirt that gets stuck to it while you function during the day and night. Such facial treatment once or twice every 4-6 weeks, proves to make a substantial visible difference to the appearance of pores and ensures the skin free of blackheads and whiteheads. A deep cleansing facial takes only one hour, but keeps your skin happy for many weeks. Book one online today at only £59 or drop us an email if you want to chat before booking your appointment
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