How to Do Homemade Blackhead Removal

Transcript

0:00 hi I'm Kelli I'm an aesthetician and

0:02 makeup artist at Ulta Salon and

0:03 cosmetics and I'm going to tell you how

0:05 to do a homemade blackhead removal first

0:08 thing that you want to do is you want to

0:09 either use a facial steamer take a

0:11 really hot shower or actually boil some

0:14 water maybe in a teapot or something and

0:16 you want actually steam your face for

0:17 maybe two to three minutes now when

0:19 doing this you want to make sure you

0:20 don't get too close and also if you have

0:22 some sort of iPads or you can put cotton

0:24 pads over your eyes you want to protect

0:26 your eyes so you're going to steam the

0:28 face for about two to three minutes and

0:29 that's going to help to soften up a lot

0:32 of the oils and dead skin that are

0:33 clogged with in the poor so after you've

0:36 steamed your face for a couple minutes

0:38 you have two ways that you can really go

0:41 about removing the black as the first

0:43 thing we're going to do is we're going

0:44 to make some finger cots out of tissues

0:46 or if you have like gauze or cotton that

0:49 works really well too so just going to

0:50 kind of wrap our fingers up in the

0:52 tissues and pretend that she's steamed

0:55 so we're going to go and we're just

0:56 going to take our fingers and we're

0:58 going to squeeze the skin around where

1:00 the black head or the clogging would be

1:02 and we're just going to wiggle and if

1:05 you steam long enough and you've

1:06 softened up those oils it's going to

1:08 come out really easily now the next

1:11 method that you can do is you can

1:13 actually use some q-tips and actually go

1:17 around the black head and just squeeze

1:20 the skin in a similar manner and just

1:21 wiggle the q-tips until the blackhead

1:23 purchase out of the poor so that's how

1:26 you would want to do a homemade

1:27 blackhead removal

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