How to get rid of clogged pores
You might be tempted to brush the oily bits off your skin.
You might even think it will help, but your pores might be clogged with dead skin cells.
Instead, you should brush them dry.
Your body can use bacteria to clear the clogged areas.
To make it easier, you can use the Helle Saver for Women Shaver for the Hair and Makeup Wash, a $29 device.
The Helle Shaver is designed to remove clogged skin and bacteria.
Use a soft brush to brush away the excess oil and debris from the pores and lids.2.
Gently pat the lids dry and remove the clogs.3.
Dry your face, neck, chest, and shoulders and massage the area gently to get the excess skin off.4.
Apply your product and let it dry for 10 to 15 minutes, and then rinse off with warm water.
You can use your favorite facial cleanser and moisturizer for extra hydrating and removing dead skin.5.
Try the Helles Saver to remove dead skin and skin cell clogs from your pores.
The device has an oil-removal capability and cleanses the pores without clogging your pores with dead cells.
(AP)1 / 7 The Helles Shaver works by pulling out the excess oils from your skin, which causes the skin to become oily and clogged.
(Helle Sower for Women, $29)2 / 7 You can apply your product, wash your face and neck and massage it gently to remove the excess clogs on your skin and help the dead skin remove itself.
(Getty Images)3 / 7 HelleShaver.
Com’s Helle Brush for the Shaver and the Helley Shaver are available for $29.
(HELLE SHELLE.COM)4 / 7 Once the clog has been cleared, apply a facial cleansing product and then wait 10 to 30 minutes to let it set.
Rinse off with hot water.
(AAP)5 / 7 When your face is dry, gently pat the skin dry with a soft, dry brush and rinse off gently with warm or cold water.
It will be easier to use your cleanser if you’re not too tired or too worried about the clogging.