• Blog
  • by BMC
  • April 17, 2015



    Adolescent skin generally produces more sebum or oil than more mature skin due to hormone changes. Although the skin is usually well hydrated at this age, excessive oil can contribute to acne.

    In addition to a good daily skin care routine, a teen facial can help to unclog blocked pores, reduce oil and diminish the appearance of pores and clear acne. The basic components of a facial include:

    • Light cleansing preparation
    • Facial steamer use that open the pores
    • Deep cleansing
    • Exfoliation to improve skin’s texture
    • Facial masks to draw out impurities
    • Toning the skin
    • Moisturizing to prevent oily renewal


    One of the benefits of getting a professional facial is that skilled estheticians can perform gentle extraction of blackheads.

    Professionals can also offer skin care advice and recommend products formulated for your skin type. Acne extraction is not recommended for home facials, because it can damage the skin if it is not performed properly. Home facials, a good skin care routine, and a healthy diet, however, can also usually effectively treat and prevent blackheads.



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