Removing Clogged Pores and Blackheads
No matter which method you choose, make sure that twice a day that you use a lightweight moisturizer. The deal is that hydrated skin is healthy skin, and the pores are more elastic and appear smaller. Blackheads and dark pores are disgusting, so check out these options:

1. Blackhead removal tool – potential injury is possible if you don’t do it correctly. Alpha demonstrates. It works, and it’s inexpensive. It’s time consuming and can be painful, however,

2. Strips – Alpha demonstrates. Rip! The strips extract the blackheads out.

3. Blackhead removal mask – your pores are squeaky clean after using, but you need to keep them that way!

You need to wash your face twice a day with mild cleanser and warm water. The warm water softens the pores to get gunk out and opens them up. Wipe with wash cloth.

Then twice a week, you need to exfoliate to remove dead skin cells. Removal of dead skin cells keeps them out of the pores. You can use an exfoliating scrub.

Personal Microderm Device – this tool is exfoliating ‘fantasticness’! After several months of using, Alpha has noticed that his pores are visibly smaller, and fine lines have been reduced. It also reduces acne scarring, blemishes, and discoloration.