Blackheads are the result of excessive sebum secretion of the sebaceous glands, accompanied with bacteria, dust and other impurities. They are most commonly found in the area of the nose, chin and forehead, but can also occur in other parts of the body, and have the same characteristic, which is increased secretion of sebum.
Under normal circumstances, sebum protects our skin from drying out, but when it comes to the skin surface, the sebum can remain trapped and cause closing of pores and formation of blackheads.
Once they appear, blackheads can hardly be permanently removed without the help of a dermatologist. However, with the help of several natural remedies you will achieve satisfactory effects in their removal and prevention of recurrence.