Black Head Removal

Clogged pores with dead skin and oily sebum will become blackheads. Pores look black because they are open and exposed to air, allowing oxidation of melanin inside the hair follicle giving blackheads their distinctive dark colour. Blackheads are common in people with oily skin. Furthermore, hormonal changes can play a role in excessive oily sebum production resulting in excessive blackheads.

In order to control blackhead formations, proper cleansing of the skin is essential. Furthermore, exfoliant treatments are an effective way to control blackhead formation. Consequently, treatments to remove blackheads consist of microdermabrasion, chemical and enzyme peels, and manual extraction all of which are available treatment options at Laser Genesis Skin Clinic.

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