Looking in the mirror today, not unlike other days i peered deeply into the mirror to surprisingly noticed even at the distinguished age of 22 (haha)i STILL have blackheads. Granted, i know that regardless of one’s age i know that still can acquire zits & pimples, but you never see 30-something adults with blackheads. Do blackheads & only blackheads just disappear when a person reachs a certain age? And if this is true, than i guess i cannot wait until i achieve that privilege.
A lot of it depends upon what bundle of genes you inherit. In my case (and I’m 40), the answer is “no.” Luckily, I didn’t inherit the kind of acne that causes the really large scarring breakouts. Mine are usually pretty small, although some do get larger.
I do remember (I can’t forget) the first significant zit I ever had. It showed right up on the bridge of the nose. I remember my father saying “Don’t mess with it–it might cause a scar” He had had very bad acne as a teen. I didn’t–and it grew and grew and grew until one day it went :POP: all by itself. I gladly would have traded the smaller scar for the one I ended up with, and still have 25 years later.
I never made that mistake again, and I suspect that I will always have a nice variety of skin blemishes (zits, blackheads, whiteheads, blocked follicles, etc) to pop for the rest of my life.