Removing whiteheads, pimples, and other skin blemishes can be a good way to reduce your risk of getting skin cancer, according to a new study.
The results are likely to spark further research on the efficacy of removing blemish-fighting ingredients.
In the study, conducted by researchers from the University of Michigan and the University College London, whiteheads were removed from a group of people who had been tested for the presence of skin cancer in a clinical trial.
The group was divided into two groups: one group received regular treatment with topical treatments and one group got no treatment.
Participants were asked to report how often they used the same cosmetics, as well as the type of skin care products they used.
The skin care brands used were also reported.
Results from the study were published online in the journal JAMA Dermatology.
Removing blemished skin can help reduce the risk of developing melanoma, which has about a 10 percent chance of developing into melanoma.
The study also showed that the use of certain products that remove whiteheads can decrease the risk.
One of the ingredients, pomegranate juice, has been shown to be particularly effective at removing whiteheads.
Another ingredient, azelaic acid, is a plant extract from azela.
These two ingredients were not used in the study.
This study does not prove that whiteheads or pimples will remove, according with the researchers, but suggests that a product that contains these ingredients can help remove them.
Researchers found that participants who used products containing pomegranate juice had significantly fewer blemishing lesions on their skin.
In addition, participants who were using pomegelatin products had significantly less whiteheads than those using pore-cleansing creams.
The researchers suggest that these products can be used in combination with topical creams or with other treatments to help reduce skin blemmish.
They also say that a lot of research is still needed to find the optimal combination of these ingredients to help remove blemites and pore cleaners.