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Picked Comments: Save Your Blackheads  | Cherie
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Picked Comments: Save Your Blackheads

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CheriePick
Babes, blackheads are so hard to deal with. But don't worry - take a look at these super useful tips on blackheads, and I guarantee you -- these tips work! You got this🤩! @Skinsitive “My biggest recommendations for people looking to targets pores and congestion are Paula’s Choice 10% Niacinamide Booster and 2% BHA Liquid. They’re global bestsellers for a reason. I personally keep three backups on hand because they’re that amazing for keeping sebaceous filaments minimal and blackheads at bay.” @christyr “hey girly ! i completely feel you with pores and blackheads ! i use a liquid exfoliator for my pores and love the paulas choice 2% bha one! also salicylic acid and niacinamide is really really good for pores and blackheads too : ) hope this helps!” @RachelleLeblanc I’ve personally found the cerave SA cleanser to work a lot better for blackheads than the hydrating cleanser.. a topical benzoyl peroxide treatment would also help a lot I personally only breakout on my forehead so I use the benzoyl peroxide solely on my forehead. Also.. do you double cleanse?” For other Cherie members, feel free to comment below and talk about your ways of dealing with blackheads. I'd love to hear your reviews of the products! S/O to all the experts who generously left comments and solved others' problems! 👀👀👀 Don't forget to follow your best friend CheriePick, an official Cherie account, to interact with other Cherie members and get the best content in the community. Xoxo.
Jul. 23
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RachelleLeblancAw yay:) thank you for posting my comment! Keep on cleansing everyone !
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CheriePickThank you for your comments!
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