cheerPrincess11 answered Monday August 8 2005, 10:24 am: you can buy an exfoliator or face scrub at any drug store and some grocery stores. A good brand would be clean and clear because they specialize in products for the face. I reccomend getting a blackhead cream and rubbin it on your face like a mask right before you take a shower give it a minute to work its way into your skin and tehn wash it off with warm water in your shower... do this nightly and you should notice improvements. Hope I helped
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esbeautiful1313 answered Sunday August 7 2005, 3:38 pm: I would go with St. Ives Apricit Scrub, it's pretty affective. I just use it in the shower, on my face! Just scrub hard! Also use an acne treatment (store brand is fine) before u go to the bed, and maybe Stridex pads or Oxy pads to wipe on your face during the day beccause it is invisible. [ esbeautiful1313's advice column | Ask esbeautiful1313 A Question ]
Karen answered Sunday August 7 2005, 1:58 pm: Neutrogena has a blackhead eliminating scrub, which I hear works. You can also choose from a few scrubs by St.Ives, which work well. Instead of buying a product, you can try steaming your face to loosen up the blackheads and you can then wash your face. [ Karen's advice column | Ask Karen A Question ]
beachhun101 answered Sunday August 7 2005, 1:53 pm: its really hard to get rid of blackheads, but what actually worked for me was "Biore" strips for your nose. you just wet your nose and put them on for 10 mins and peel it off. its about $6 i think for 8 strips. also what i use but doesnt work amazingly is neutregena daily blackhead eliminating scrub. thats about $4. i hope this helps! [ beachhun101's advice column | Ask beachhun101 A Question ]
upcchick answered Sunday August 7 2005, 1:51 pm: clean and clear
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