How to Get Rid of Blackheads

by / Friday, 15 September 2017 / Published in Blog, Skin Care

Chemical Peels Sherman, TX Blackheads are beyond annoying— especially when you have more than a dozen of them across your face. Caused when one of your hair follicles is clogged in your skin, blackheads can occur just about anywhere, but primarily camp out on your t-zone. Luckily, with a consistent skin care routine, you can get rid of your blackheads and combat them once and for all. Read on to learn more.

Consistent Washing

If you are the type of person who only washes their face before bed about 50% of the time because you are too tired, then you aren’t doing your skin any favors. By combatting any oil that may cause your blackheads, washing your face both morning and night is one of the best things you can do.


After you wash your face both morning and night, try using a facial toner. Toners are one of the best ways for you to combat extra oil that is contributing to blackheads. All you have to do is dab a little toner onto a cotton pad and then rub it across your skin.

Face Mask

Charcoal face masks, in particular, are great for clearing out your pores and getting rid of your blackheads. Available in both cream consistencies and peel-off ones, face masks are great at extracting oils that are clogging your pores. Make sure to only use a face mask once or twice a week, however, because they can fight too much oil and dry you out.

Chemical Peels

One of our most popular skin care treatments that we offer here at Swamy Clinic, chemical peels are a great way to balance out the oil on your skin and get rid of your blackheads in the process. And the great thing about chemical peels is that you only have to get one done around every month or so to really see the results— which makes them a low maintenance option.

Blackheads are a small form of acne that can easily be combatted with a simple skin care routine. If you suffer from blackheads and want to fight back, contact Swamy Clinic today to schedule a skin consultation.