How to Dissolve Blackheads? How to Remove Blackheads? are my recent searches on Google. To shrink or minimize pores, the first step is to get rid of all the junks in your pores. It is impossible that our pores can be shrunk or minimized when there are sebums, dead skins, blackheads or whiteheads clogging up in the pores. For those of you who are new here or may not know my story, I inherited oily skin and enlarged pores that are noticeable-from-far-away clogged *not really so serious, lol. Due to lack of knowledge in skin care, my skin had gotten worse over the past few years leaving me a strawberry nose (large pores, blackheads, uneven surface). I had a very hard time looking up close at my face in the mirror but now I am better. I am learning self-acceptance. We should love ourselves unconditionally, no matter what flaws and traits exist. So, How to Dissolve Blackheads? I have tried many ways to remove or dissolve blackheads on nose from extracting manually to pores strip or peel off mask to chemical peels to all sorts of home remedies. Yet, I am still looking for the best way to remove blackheads. That is why I Google to find the most effective way to remove or dissolve blackheads at home. Running to a dermatologist or buying a professional blackhead dissolving gel might be a good way but they can get really expensive. Not worth it in the long run. I cannot afford too.
How to Dissolve Blackheads on nose
“How to Dissolve Blackheads” is the main topic that I want to discuss here. I came across a chemical named Carbamide Peroxide while searching a way to dissolve my blackheads on nose. It was suggested by a blogger’s friend’s grandmother. What is Carbamide Peroxide? Neither had I heard of it. According to that blogger, Carbamide peroxide is similar to Hydrogen Peroxide can be found in tooth whiteners (many Bloggers and Youtubers suggested toothpaste to remove blackheads), earwax remover and many acne treatments and medicines. Blackheads and earwax have similar substances such as dead skin, keratin, sebum, etc. So, if earwax remover dissolves earwax, it can dissolve blackheads too. Make sense, right? I could not wait to try it. I went to the nearest drugstore to look for Carbamide Peroxide. I flipped all the toothpaste in the store but none of the toothpaste contained Carbamide Peroxide in ingredients. Earwax remover is not common in my country. After a quick search on my phone, I found out that Carbamide peroxide is a chemical that is made of Hydrogen Peroxide and Urea. Hydrogen Peroxide can be used to soften and loosen earwax too. So, I bought a small bottle of 6% Hydrogen Peroxide to test it out.
Does hydrogen peroxide get rid of blackheads?
How to Dissolve Blackheads with Hydrogen Peroxide? I have never used Hydrogen Peroxide before, to play it safe, I followed the instruction on the bottle where I diluted the Hydrogen Peroxide to 3% by mixing 1 part of Hydrogen Peroxide with 1 part water. Composed only of water and oxygen, the diluted solution was way too watery to apply on face. I applied the diluted solution with cotton wool on my nose. I should see the tops of blackheads bubbling and dissolving but nothing happened. I rinsed my face, straight away applied the 6% Hydrogen Peroxide on my nose, only very little bubbling shown. I took a photo of blackheads on my nose using skin microscope before and after Hydrogen Peroxide treatment.
Does hydrogen peroxide get rid of blackheads? Does hydrogen peroxide help acne? Does hydrogen peroxide clear acne? Does hydrogen peroxide get rid of acne? Does hydrogen peroxide get rid of pimples? The answer I get is, NO! As you can see, there is not much difference between the two, blackheads still trapped in pores. It is good-for-nothing and most likely will dry out our skin and make it itchy. Hydrogen Peroxide will not be included in my skin care routine. I prefer Benzoyl Peroxide and 70% Isopropyl Alcohol. Most of the acne products can leave our skin feeling dry, irritated, red, itchy, and sensitive. All these chemicals should be used with care. If you asked me, How to Dissolve Blackheads? I would tell you Blackheads cannot be dissolved so easily like what other bloggers said.