How to Remove Blackheads from Nose

Nobody wants blackheads on their nose. So, it goes without saying that everybody wants to get rid of them. However, we often forget that we should focus on using a blackhead removal approach that is ideal for our own skin type. If we don't do this, we may be causing ourselves problems that are more harmful and equally annoying.



When little black dots speckle your nose, blackheads have likely taken over. Blackheads develop when oil gets trapped in the pores; when the oil is exposed to the air, it oxidizes and turns black. This can happen with any type of skin, but blackheads do occur more with oily skin. Although blackheads are typically small, they can be a big downer when it comes to your complexion. Blackheads can be removed by extraction, or you can use topical facial masks to remove them from your nose.

Cleansing


Wash your face with cleanser to remove makeup, dirt, oil, and other grime. Use the hottest water you can tolerate when washing your face to effectively dislodge the grim, soften the oil, and open up the pores. The facial cleansing brush is probably the best way to get rid of blackheads. These brushes are rather expensive, but by oscillation, it is able to clean and clear blackheads. This is the best treatment of thorough cleansing that you can perform at home. Rub a thick coating of moisturizer over the nose. Moisturizer will help temporarily seal in the heat, aiding in the extraction.

Clay Time


Bentonite clay is a mineral rich healing substance that has been used for centuries to treat a number of ailments, chiefly skin related. Because of its molecules “electrical charge” when wet, it does an amazing job of drawing out oils or other impurities locked in your pores. When you apply the mask your skin gets to drink in all the minerals, while the clay simultaneously draws out the blackhead. It also helps with circulation, which helps with overall skin tone and health. You can mix the clay with water or apple cider vinegar, maybe sticking to the former if you have dry or sensitive skin. Experiment! This mask will make you feel like your face is tightening as it dries. Whether or not you let it dry entirely is up to your preference-I tend to let it dry most of the way and then just moisturize afterwards, but other people find that dries their skin out and irritates them.

Facial Masks

Honey and Milk Pore Strips


Milk and honey both have properties that are good for skin. Honey has antibacterial properties, and the lactic acid in milk is said to help keep skin soft and supple. The main purpose here though is, when mixed together, to act as an adhesive.

Mix 1 tablespoon of organic raw honey with 1 teaspoon of milk. Heat it for 5-10 seconds in the microwave, and then mix again to blend thoroughly. When it’s a comfortable temperature, apply a thin layer over blackheads, and then gently but firmly pat a strip of dry, clean, cotton onto it. Let dry (to play it safe, wait at least 20 minutes) and carefully peel the strip away. Rinse with cold water and moisturize as usual.

Baking Soda & Water


A little baking soda goes a long way for blackheads, but don’t overdo it, as it can seriously dry out your skin thanks to its saltiness. While pH may or may not have a role to play in blackheads, the biggest reason baking soda helps is because of it’s small, fine, granules that can work as a natural and inexpensive way to occasionally exfoliate and remove anything clogging your pores (and therefore causing blackheads.)

Mix water with enough baking soda to form a thick, but spreadable, paste. Using a gentle circular motion, massage the paste into your skin. Rinse thoroughly with plain water, pat your face dry, and then make sure you moisturize.

Cinnamon & Honey Strips


It sounds like a delicious candy, but cinnamon and honey make a wonderful combination for getting rid of blackheads. Again, the anti-bacterial agents in the honey can help keep away bacteria that are causing acne (not necessarily blackheads, but still a bonus) as well as act as the adhesive to pull out anything clogging your pores. Cinnamon improves circulation, and this increased blood flow gives your skin a smooth, healthy, glow.

Mix the honey and the cinnamon together until you have enough paste to cover the affected area. Apply in a thin layer over the blackheads and then press a strip of clean cotton over it. Let it sit for 3-5 minutes before removing and rinsing your face. Don’t forget to follow up with a moisturizer!

 


 

4 comments.. read them below or add one

NanyFadhly NanyFadhly 03 May, 2017 14:49
Thanks for sharing. Sebenarnya, dulu rajin juga tau buat. Lepas tuh I dah malas. HAHAH! Adoii...bagus tau sebabnya bahan yang digunakan semulajadi gituuuhhhh~~~
ubai ismail ubai ismail 04 May, 2017 12:19
Bnyak tips menarik ni. nanti na try jugak lah . ehh. hehehe

iklan yg tk keluar tu dah okay ke ?

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Mohd Rasul Mohd Rasul 10 May, 2017 22:22
dari kecik smpi besar tak pernah amik kisah pasal blackheads ni. skg ni dah ada bini, bini yg rajin remove blackheads ni haha
Rabiahtul Adawiyah Rabiahtul Adawiyah 12 May, 2017 15:02
Rabia pakai face relaxing treatment fellera ..ok je . malam pakai shiseido mask.

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