If you google, 'How to remove blackheads' there's bound to be a million and one results as to how you can remove blackheads through DIY's, medically proven procedures, natural home remedies--there is just no limit to the madness, and we know just how frustrating it is for people, especially girls, to deal with this kind of problem.
Imagine yourself going on a date with someone you've been dreaming about for god-knows-how-long, so you doll up and buy a new dress, get your hair done, and make sure that every aspect of your make up is on fleek, but alas those freaking blackheads ruin your mood and just throws you off, so on the last minute of prepping you ruin your skin and try a bunch of D.I.Y's just to get it out of the way.. but none of them really work to remove blackheads now, do they?
In special occasions, some remedies work, temporarily. But, just like all problems in life, you can't just patch things up to solve them for the mean time, you want something that lasts, solutions with a long term effect.
I've attached a link to website which we found to be very useful in removing blackheads if you're into the whole all natural and organic sort of thing. but, if you want something that is sure to work then I suggest you use Banish, i've put a link to their website on the product Glycolic Rose and Masque, and believe me this does wonders!
Glycolic acid has a rejuvenating and exfoliating component, what this masque does is it exfoliates your skin as you apply it preventing excessive skin build up that causes pores to clog which leads to zits, acne's dark spots and the dreaded blackheads. for best results, I suggest that you get the whole kit which comes with the M Banisher, a cleaning container, the vitamin C serum and a pen stamp. it's not rocket science, it doesn't take up much of your time and it's super cheap compared to operations your dermatologist would suggest you do.