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Are people with blackheads and acne suitable for small bubble cleansing?

Small bubble cleansing is a common skin cleansing treatment. For people who are prone to blackheads and acne, the suitability of small bubble cleansing needs to be considered in a combination of factors.

First, let’s understand the causes of blackheads and pimples. Blackheads and pimples are mainly caused by the sebaceous glands secreting too much oil, which mixes with keratinocytes, clogs the pores, and is oxidized when it comes into contact with the air, resulting in the formation of black dots, known as blackheads. Acne, on the other hand, is small white or yellowish particles that form when oil and keratinocytes clog pores and are not exposed to air.

The principle of small bubble cleansing is to form a vacuum circuit by vacuum negative pressure, fully combining the ultra-micro small bubbles and nutrient solution, and acting directly on the skin through the specially designed small spiral-shaped suction head, in a safe and painless state, it can deeply cleanse the face, remove the aging keratinocytes, remove sebum, and thoroughly remove all kinds of impurities, mites and oil residues in the funnel part of the hair follicle.

For people who are prone to blackheads and acne, small bubble cleansing has some benefits. It effectively removes dirt, oil and keratin from the surface of the skin, reducing the formation of blackheads and pimples. At the same time, small bubble cleansing can also provide nutrients and moisture to the skin, making it smoother and more refined.

However, the mini bubble cleanse is not suitable for everyone. If you have sensitive skin or suffer from skin diseases such as eczema or psoriasis, then performing a mini bubble cleanse may aggravate your skin problems. In addition, if done incorrectly, mini bubble cleansing may also lead to adverse reactions such as redness, swelling and itching of the skin.

Therefore, it is advisable to consult a professional dermatologist or aesthetician before deciding whether or not to undergo a mini-bubble cleanse. They can provide you with personalized advice based on your skin condition.

It is also important to note that while small bubble cleansing can temporarily improve your skin condition, it does not address the root cause of blackheads and pimples. To completely solve the problem of blackheads and pimples, you also need to start with your daily life and maintain good living and eating habits. For example, keep your skin clean and avoid using overly oily skincare products; eat a light diet with less spicy, oily, sweet and other stimulating foods; get enough sleep and avoid staying up late.

In conclusion, people who are prone to blackheads and acne can consider undergoing small bubble cleansing, but they need to do it under the guidance of professionals and combine it with good lifestyle habits to achieve better results.

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