Do you mean whiteheads? If so, get a bowl of hot water, and put your face above it and cover the back of your head. This will cause your pores to open up and then you will be able to squeeze whatever is under your skin out.
Be sure to wash your face at least once every day. Especially before you go to bed. Use a face wash that is designed to treat oily skin. Sleep with your hair in a ponytail or bun (as long as it’s off your face) to avoid contact between the natural oils in your hair and your face. Also, avoid touching your face as much as possible throughout the day.
Check out this page. It lists some methods for treating oily scalp and dandruff. Let me know how it works out.
I really like the naked eyeshadow palettes. Although they can be quite expensive. A good comparable palette is the costal scents neutral palette. Personally, I use a L’oreal Paris felt tip eyeliner pen on some days. And some days I wear MAC eyeshadow- theirs are really good quality and last a long time. Mascara-wise, I change it up every time I run out. I usually go with drugstore brands such as Maybelline and L’oreal, etc, although I am absolutely in love with Sephora’s mascara… it’s just that it’s pretty expensive.
If it’s cramps, then bananas will help. Also, try a heating pack or a hot bath.
The best thing to do about split ends is to get them cut. This will make sure to keep your hair fresh and healthy. As for hair masks- I use the renewing moroccan argan oil hair mask treatment and it keeps my hair healthy and soft. I would definitely recommend it!
I really like Acure Organics
Well, Dove Shampoo and Conditioner has a good damage repair line. I would recommend trying that. Also, use coconut oil, as that will add moisture to help your hair. And to make it grow faster, get regular trims to get rid of split ends and try to avoid using heat products.
One method is to cut a lemon and rub it on your knees. Another method is to use equal parts lime and honey and rub it on your knees. These might not work on the first try (and I have never tried them personally) but it’s worth a shot.
Use lots of sunscreen! Also, put your hair up in a pony tail when you go swimming so that it doesn’t get tangled and knotty. Be sure that after you go swimming, you wash your hair and use conditioner because the chlorine will dry out your hair and the conditioner will replenish the moisture.
I would suggest using a coconut shampoo and conditioner. When you use the conditioner, leave it in for a few minutes (I usually put conditioner in and then shave before I rinse the conditioner out). Then when you dry your hair, wrap the towel like a turban and leave it on for a few minutes because the warmth trapped inside the towel absorbs the moisture. Also, put some coconut oil on a wide tooth comb (just a tiny tiny bit) and brush it through your hair.
To help with the wrinkly-ness, use a lip balm regularly. I use one every night before I go to bed. I use Nivea and it works really well. As for the plumpness; Keeping your lips moisturized will make them plump. So like I said; use a good moisturizer every night for bed (not chapstick or lipsmacker- they won’t do anything) use something like Burt’s Bees, Carmex, or Nivea.
I’m not too familiar with biotin pills and their side effects, so I wouldn’t know if they are the cause of your break outs or not. However, I would suggest making sure that you’re washing the area you break out in twice a day with warm water and mild soap and use an astringent too, to see if this helps. Tell me how it goes and if it doesn’t work, I can give you more tips as far as I know.