LUXit Insider: Blackhead Peel off Mask

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By Andreana Patrinos

If you’re interested in skincare or just blackhead removal remedies, there is a high chance that you have come across the blackhead removal peel off masks. Videos made companies go viral as they promoted this new ‘remedy’ to blackhead removal. It was like a dream come true for those of us who need a quick and easy way to remove those little black spots on our faces. As some of us can agree, there is something oddly satisfying about peeling something off your skin and ‘see’ the dirt you’ve removed in the process. Most testimonials do look promising, but there is something not so spectacular about these masks that you are probably yet to be aware of. LUXit is here to evaluate them for you so here’s the deal:

They hurt. Your skin is the largest organ in your body, treat it with just as much care as you would any other. Although it may seem as though you are doing your skin a favour to clear it, you should avoid using any skin care product when it hurts. The mask ultimately removes cells from the outer layer of the skin and any hair along with it. When you notice that your skin feel soft and smooth after using it, it’s simply because you have effectively removed a layer of surface skin.

Removal of natural skin oils. Natural oils are key ingredients to keep your skin healthy by providing a barrier that will protect the skin from any micro-organisms. Masks like these ultimately strip your skin of these oils revealing the skin to even bigger causes to skin damage.

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