Blackheads are fairly easy (and satisfying!) to remove, but what to do about those pesky whiteheads that don’t seem to go away?
To know how to get rid of them, we must first learn the difference between blackheads and whiteheads: both are formed when dead skin cells and oils collect in the opening of a skin follicle. The distinction is that whiteheads are covered by a thin layer of skin; whereas blackheads are stretched open, oxidizing the oil and turning it into a “black” color.
Now that you’re up to speed, it’s time to delve into some of the most popular removal methods and learn how they work.
Medications with Lactoferrin + d-Alpha Tocopheryl Acetate + Zinc can help alleviate the woes of oily skin, including whiteheads. These 3 ingredients have oil-regulating properties that can help fight pimple-causing bacteria, lessen pimples and improve skin appearance with regular intake.
Lactoferrin + d-Alpha Tocopheryl Acetate + Zinc is the generic name of Lactezin. If symptoms persist, consult your doctor.
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