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  1. Lisa Bushey

    Blackheads are deep inside your skin, like a tree root, and many of these treatments just attack the surface; the only way to truly remove a blackhead is through extraction. Try – very carefully – a bobby pin as a blackhead extraction tool. Wash your face with warm water – or better yet, steam it, hot shower or towel draped over your head, with your face over a bowl of steaming hot water. Pat dry. Now that your pores are primed, use the round part of the bobby pin, and center it over your blackhead (s). Push down – ouila! Nine times out of 10, the oil plug is removed! This works so well in the crevices of the nose! Then use cool water, pat your face, and use the scrubs above to try to keep new blackheads from forming.

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