[ UK /blˈækhɛd/ ]
  1. a black-tipped plug clogging a pore of the skin
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  • Great skuas, gannets, fulmars, blackheaded gulls and a few guillemots played like children.
  • A fortnightly facial steam will loosen the blackheads and, day to day, use non-comedogenic products, which don't block pores. The Sun
  • Like benzoyl peroxide, sulfur keeps bacteria in check and works wonders on whiteheads, blackheads and pimples.
  • It is a no-nonsense mix of lymphatic drainage massage and the unplugging of every last blackhead. Times, Sunday Times
  • Never squeeze blackheads, spots or pimples.
  • The mammals include long-tounged bat Scleronycteris ega (VU), two endemic primates, the white uakari monkey Cacajao calvus calvus which is found only within the Reserve and the blackheaded squirrel monkey Saimiri vanzolinii. Central Amazonian Conservation Complex, Brazil
  • Acne is the blanket term used for skin irritations, including blackheads, whiteheads, pimples, and the deeper cysts that may form on your shoulders, neck, face or other areas.
  • Blackheads are one of the nastiest problems of the facial skin, because, like zits and pimples, they give an unaesthetic look.
  • They contain, rather like a blackhead, a plug of material which can be expressed if the lesion is squeezed.
  • These pimples vary according to the severity of the acne and range from whiteheads, blackheads, pustules, nodules to cysts.
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