If you pay attention to your skincare routine you've probably been presented with whiteheads and blackheads. Both are frustrating and challenging to deal with, but what is the difference between the two.
Have you ever thought about this question?
The simple, scientific answer to this question is that there is really only one major difference between the two. Whiteheads have closed pores and blackheads have open pores. Other then that, they are pretty much the same thing. The both consist of the same material which includes dead skin cells, sebum, and oil.
Given that they are so similar, they can both be removed in a similar manner, by utilizing a Vegan daily facial cleanser on a regular basis to clear away oil from your skin. You will also want to perform preventative exfoliation that is gentle on your skin but will help sweep away dead skin cells clearing the way for new, fresh skin to form.
Some whiteheads and blackheads may need individual attention and if that is the case you should be as gentle as possible and avoid popping them at all costs as this will leave residue and possibly damage your skin in the long run.
The best way to deal with skin issues is to perform preventative treatments on your skin. This will allow you to fend off possible imperfections before they begin. While this is not always possible, a good skincare routine that you stick with on a regular basis will get you, in most cases, about 90% of the way to healthy and fresh looking skin.