Monster Blackhead in Ear Removal

Blackheads are one form of acne, a type of inflammatory skin condition that’s caused by clogged pores. While blackheads are commonly linked to areas of the “T-zone” (chin, nose, and forehead), they can occur anywhere.

Unlike other types of acne, such as cysts, blackheads aren’t linked to bacteria. They’re caused by a combination of oil (sebum), dead skin cells, and dirt that clog your pores and create a hardened substance. The top of the pore is left open, and the plugged material oxidizes into a darkened color.

What causes blackheads?

Everyone has oil glands — in fact, these are necessary for natural skin hydration. Oil glands only become problematic if they become overactive and produce too much sebum. This is most often the case in people with oily or combination skin types.

The following risk factors can also increase your number of clogged pores, leading to more blackheads:

  • hormonal fluctuations
  • prescription medications
  • stress
  • family history

Although whiteheads also stem from clogged pores, they have closed heads. This creates the white cap that you see on the skin.

This video is about removing a huge blackhead in the ear. There may be several sebum-based blackheads in the ear.

You will see the difference before and after the acne removal, as well as tips and secrets of skincare from spa experts.