How to Get Rid of Calcium Deposits on the Skin

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0:00 hi this is Angie Warner for pro beauty

0:03 at Pro Pilates in Fort Lauderdale

0:05 Florida and today we're going to be

0:07 talking about how to get rid of calcium

0:09 deposits also calcium deposits can be

0:11 referred to as what your esthetician may

0:14 be saying to you as Melia those little

0:16 white bumps that get trapped underneath

0:19 the surface of the skin these are much

0:21 different than an open comedone a

0:24 blackhead or an acne pimple or pustule

0:27 these actually do not have a poor

0:29 opening it's a keratin or assist below

0:33 the surface of the skin and what needs

0:35 to be done is either see your

0:37 aesthetician or your dermatologist to

0:40 properly remove these cysts from the

0:42 skin in that as a person like yourself

0:45 you may not have the proper tools to do

0:48 this at home causing may be a hole that

0:51 you may not want on your face so today

0:53 what I'm going to be doing is I'm going

0:54 to remove a calcium deposit around Liz's

0:56 eye using my gloves and a small little

1:00 Lancet as a tiny little needle gauge to

1:05 put on my gloves for proper hygiene so

1:08 as not to transfer any bacteria to the

1:10 open pore that I'm going to make and I'm

1:17 going to use a small needle also known

1:21 as a Lancet that is sterilized so what I

1:27 want to do is I want to hold the skin

1:29 taut and place my needle directly right

1:33 down into that cyst and create a little

1:36 opening for my to be able to remove it

1:41 more easily after I've created that

1:43 opening for myself I'm going to use some

1:46 cotton pads wrapped around my fingers

1:48 and just going to finesse the cyst out

1:51 underneath the skin just going to wrap

1:58 my fingers so I have good grip and

2:01 pressure and now I'm going to just come

2:04 back to where I created the hole I'm

2:06 just going to finesse around the cyst in

2:09 circular movements

2:11 with careful ease not to break the skin

2:14 or cause any damage below and there it's

2:21 gone and what we've been talking about

2:23 today is how to remove calcium deposits

2:25 from the skin you should seek advice of

2:27 your aesthetician or your dermatologist

2:29 so they can properly remove this without

2:31 damaging the skin you always want to

2:33 wear gloves cover your fingers with some

2:36 cotton pads and use a little needle as

2:38 it does not have a poor opening and this

2:40 is Angie Warner for pro beauty at pro

2:43 Pilates in Fort Lauderdale Florida

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