What is a blackhead - and why do they never seem to go away, as if the same pore just refills automatically?
So what is a blackhead? A 'plug' in a skin pore.
They're most commonly found on the t-zone, as well as the top of the cheeks on oily skins. You might also get them in your ears, or on your back.
Why do blackheads form on our skin?
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The blackhead's shear persistence is what makes them such. a. pain. They just never seem to go away! You can squeeze one and it will just refill the next day...
Let's start with looking at the difference between pimples and blackheads:
Because blackheads are just a plug in an open pore, and aren't seen as a threat by our bodies, it becomes obvious why they never seem to go away.
Squeezing a blackhead is like an invitation for it to fill up again. Like digging a hole in the wet sand, impossible to keep open :)
So to control blackheads successfully, we need to take the matter into our own hands and do so smartly (you could dig out that hole in the sand 24/7 to keep it clear - but there are better ways:)
So now we know what they are and why they just never seem to go away... it's time to move on with getting rid of them.
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