Blackheads treatment beaconsfield

Blackheads – Beaconsfield

Blackheads are small, dark lesions that appear on the skin, usually around the forehead, nose, cheeks, and chin on the face. They can also be seen on the chest, shoulders, and back. Blackheads are caused by the accumulation of oil, dead skin cells, and bacteria in the pores that gather in the skin.

The best treatment for your Blackheads may be a Hydro Facial, a Skin Peel or a combination. It will just depend on the number of blackheads, how stubborn they are to remove and whether any of them have developed into spots or, blemishes.

Following your free consultation with Jacqui, she can remove all the stubborn blackheads that keep appearing, to leave your face or areas of your body, clean and fresh with no blocked or unsightly open pores.

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Treatment for Blackheads in Beaconsfield involve?

Following your initial enquiry  it may not be necessary to even have your free consutation. However, Jacqui will be able to determine your skin type, tone and the particular treatment neeeded for the quickest and safest results.

The type of procedure will be explained including the likely discomfort and the length of treatment. The cost will also be determined and any aftercare advice. It is crucial to follow the guidance given to you post-treatment, as that may well help you stay clear of blackheads on your nose, cheeks, chin etc, for longer.

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How to treat Blackheads at home

Booking an appointment with Jacqui at the Beaconsfield Skin Clinic to treat and remove all your blackheads, is by far the best option for health, speed, comfort, and results. However, there are certain things you can do at home to prevent the Blackheads from appearing on your face, back, and chest.

Cleanse your face and body: Regularly, gently wash your face and body with an oil-free cleanser. This will remove excess oil and bacteria from the pores.

Exfoliate your skin: Exfoliate your skin to remove dead skin cells which clog up the pores. You can use a gentle scrub or with an alpha-hydroxy acid or beta-hydroxy acid product. Please call us first for a recommendation

Wash your hands: It is very common for all of us to touch our faces. Try and avoid touching your face and wash your hands regularly. Touching the face results in the pores getting clogged up with bacteria, which in turn can lead to spots, blemishes, and acne.

Sometimes, no matter how much care is take, Blackheads will still appear. That is why contacting us and getting a one-off or yearly Blackhead treatment, may well be the best way to keep the face clean, clear and healthy.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Does the treatment for Blackheads hurt?

Blackheads treatment does not hurt. In fact, the treatments are totally painless and actually very enjoyable. There is no pain with any of the options for blackheads treatment and removal.

What types of treatments are used for Blackheads at the Beaconsfield clinic?

You would be advised on a choice of treatments. It depends on the amount of blackheads and the overall condition of the skin. Any treatment for your skin would be bespoke and will depend on the blackhead removal consultation. You may be offered a Hydro facial. This treatment not only includes extraction but also hydrates and cell generates the skin, You may be offered enzyme therapy skin peels. Natural acids are used to extract, clean, and rejuvenate the skin leaving no blackheads.

Can I remove Blackheads at home?

It is normal to try and remove Blackheads yourself. You may have tried to extract them by squeezing them, scrubbing them or using tweezers for the blackhead extraction. These methods may work temporarily but may well lead to bacterial infection and cause the blackhead to spread. So we would not suggest using these methods over the long term.

Why do I need a professional to remove my Blackheads?

Blackheads may well lead to spots and acne. Acne can lead to acne scars, which can be permanent. By speaking to a skin consultant, such as the Skin Clinic in Beaconsfield, they will be able to advise on the treatment of removing the blackheads, the aftercare needed, and the ways in which to keep blackheads on your face and body to an absolute minimum forever.

Is Blackhead removal treatment permanent at the Beaconsfield clinic?

One treatment will remove many of the blackheads whilst really helping your skin texture, tone and colour.
However, some blackheads can be difficult to remove in just one treatment and therefore a further treatment maybe necessary.
During your skin assessment you will be given skincare advice for the home. This advice, along with the necessary products, will help keep your skin free from blackheads.

What causes Blackheads on white skin?

Blackheads on white skin occur due to the accumulation of excess oil (sebum) in the pores. When this oil mixes with dead skin cells and debris or dirt picked up from the environment, it forms a plug or stopper. This plug then oxidizes and turns black when exposed to air.

How do Blackheads appear on dark skin compared to lighter skin tones?

Blackheads may appear more prominent on darker skin due to increased melanin production. This shows up more greatly as it gives a more contrasting appearance against the darker skin. Extraction of the blackheads can be more challenging without causing hyperpigmentation. An experienced skin specialist will be able to decide the safest and most successful treatment to remove the blackheads on the darker skin tones.

Is there a difference in the nature or appearance of Blackheads on Asian skin?

Blackheads on Asian skin might be finer or less pronounced due to natural smaller pores. Blackheads on Asian skin (light or dark) are most often found around the area between the eyes or on the cheeks.

Are there particular problems when treating Blackheads on African dark skin?

Darker skin tones are more prone to post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH), making aggressive treatments riskier.
It is important that a skin specialist, such as Jacqui Bannister at Skin Revision, understands the risks of hyperpigmentation or hypopigmentation when treating blackhead on darker, African type skin tones and skin colour.

Are there lifestyle changes or dietary habits that can help prevent Blackheads?

Maintaining a healthy diet, staying hydrated, and avoiding excessive consumption of oily or processed foods can help reduce the occurrence of blackheads. Regular exercise and stress management also play a role in maintaining great skin health and the development and appearance of blackheads.