So how can you tell which is which? "Blackheads tend to be darker and larger than sebaceous filaments," Zeichner says. "The prominence of the dark dots on the nose in the photo look more like blackheads, compared with the very fine appearance of sebaceous filaments. Here's the deal.
Some commenters pointed out that they could be sebaceous filaments, which are the natural oils that collect in our glands and are supposed to be there. Dermatologist David J. Goldberg, M. D. , explains that sebaceous filaments show up most on your nose and forehead, where they work to bring oil into your skin.
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Yoofka writes that she takes off her makeup with Lancôme's Energie de Vie cleansing oil, then follows it with Neogen's Green Tea Dermalogy Bio-Peel Gauze, which gets rid of dead skin and adds green tea and tea tree extract to calm down inflammation.
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