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How do I get rid of black and white heads for good? I get rid of them using that stick thing (I don't know what it's called), but they keep coming back, so I have to keep getting rid of them.

What can I do to make them go away forever?
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You can't!
The body shop does a black head remover, then you need to wash twice a day with a deep cleansing wash, then once a week or so use a facial scrub. You'll still get some spots its life.
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There's no way to completely remove them but there are lots of products on the market to temporarily removed them! As said above - it's nature and your body will rid of them in time. Drink loads of water and wash regularly in the meantime!
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Just put something into your routine along with brushing your teeth and doing your hair.

I would reccomend Clean & Clear blackhead removing scrub.



It's really, really effective and cheap. I don't have blackheads any more but when I did this thing was a lifesaver.
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(Original post by Norfolkadam)
Just put something into your routine along with brushing your teeth and doing your hair.

I would reccomend Clean & Clear blackhead removing scrub.



It's really, really effective and cheap. I don't have blackheads any more but when I did this thing was a lifesaver.
Second that.
and use the toner cleansing oil that goes with it!
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(Original post by Norfolkadam)
Just put something into your routine along with brushing your teeth and doing your hair.

I would reccomend Clean & Clear blackhead removing scrub.



It's really, really effective and cheap. I don't have blackheads any more but when I did this thing was a lifesaver.

I got that a while ago, it worked for the first few days then just seemed to stop and my skin went back to its usual self :rolleyes:, must just depend on your skin really?
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Have a healthy life style perhaps?
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(Original post by Norfolkadam)
I would recommend Clean & Clear blackhead removing scrub.


I third that! I use it every day in the shower
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(Original post by Norfolkadam)
Just put something into your routine along with brushing your teeth and doing your hair.

I would reccomend Clean & Clear blackhead removing scrub.



It's really, really effective and cheap. I don't have blackheads any more but when I did this thing was a lifesaver.
you don't get them any more? does this mean this will happen to the rest of us with this problem...? :p: what changed about your skin?
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(Original post by Norfolkadam)
Just put something into your routine along with brushing your teeth and doing your hair.

I would reccomend Clean & Clear blackhead removing scrub.



It's really, really effective and cheap. I don't have blackheads any more but when I did this thing was a lifesaver.
I think it depends on the person this made my skin really oily and I got spots instead of blackheads. I don't have sensitive skin either which was mad.

I can reccommend the stripf you put on your nose and chin, they literally pull EVERYTHING out! You can really see the difference after. Can't remember which exact ones I used but I think they were Biore. I swear by them now.
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you don't get them any more? does this mean this will happen to the rest of us with this problem...? :p: what changed about your skin?
Well I have alot higher standards of hygine now. I moisturise, exfoliate, I bath everyday, I sweat alot less so Im just generally less liable to them. They went at the same time as my acne so I suppose it was just growing up.
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I was just about to suggest those strips. theyre great! Its so satisfying to see it all literally yanked out!
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ask for DUAC from your GP, i use to have spots and blackheads, a month later and all my spots and blackheads were gone! it deals with your homornes...its really good.
and plus its free!!! its amazing
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squeeze em and then completely smother them in sudocream or whatever i can find,they don't usually come back yay
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no, never spueeze black heads, they come back very big and red...
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I think it depends on the person this made my skin really oily and I got spots instead of blackheads. I don't have sensitive skin either which was mad.

I can reccommend the stripf you put on your nose and chin, they literally pull EVERYTHING out! You can really see the difference after. Can't remember which exact ones I used but I think they were Biore. I swear by them now.
i tried the biore ones and they never worked for me even though i followed the instructions, how exactly do you use them
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Do squeeze them! its oddly satisfying.. & they only turn red if you dont do it right.

You need the skills
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i tried the biore ones and they never worked for me even though i followed the instructions, how exactly do you use them
stick them on after wetting your nose a little, wait a few mins (i think biore say 10-15 mins) and pull them off slowly.
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body shop sell this painful tool that helps squeeze them, kind of

It's best to put your head above a bowl of boiling water first (sounds mental, but it works)
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How much, on average, do this strip things cost? Are they expensive?
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