Clearing Out Clogged Pores
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Oil buildup on the skin can cause pores to clog and make the skin look bumpy. This is not a serious condition, but they need to be removed if you want smooth skin. Also, if clogged pores are left alone for too long, they may become infected.
According to LiveStrong, steaming is a great way to unclog pores. Pull your hair back and wash your face. Then boil water on the stove and place your face over the pot. Cover your head with a towel, so you get as much steam as possible and continue for 10 to 15 minutes. Afterward, wash your face and rinse it a few times with warm water. Then apply some vinegar to clean up any extra debris.
Exfoliating is another great way to unclog pores and according to Remedies and Herbs, a sugar scrub is best. Create a paste with sugar and lemon and rub it with an organic cotton washcloth on the area with clogged pores in a circular motion. Wash your face and rinse it with warm water when you are done the scrubbing.
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Article reposted with permission via: Natural Remedies for Common Skin Problems (Warts, Dark Spots, Blackheads, Skin tags) You Must Try – DavidWolfe.com
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