Get rid of disgusting blackheads naturally and without spending tons of money with these exclusive blackhead-fighting methods.
Try these simple at-home hacks and get rid of blackheads for good!
1. Baking Soda Exfoliation
Prepare your own exfoliating face wash by mixing baking soda with a little bit of water.
Baking soda exfoliates your skin, leaving it soft and smooth, while unclogging pores containing dead skin cells. It helps to neutralize your skin’s pH level and allows it to produce less oil, completely preventing blackheads.
2. Tomato Juice Mask
Use tomato juice or tomato pulp as a pore-clearing mask every night before going to bed.
Tomatoes, which are high in vitamin C, vitamin A, and citric acid, are a natural blackhead remedy. They’re much less costly than commercial acne formulations and may be less irritating to the skin.
3. Egg Whites
Use egg white for fighting blackheads. Just apply a layer of egg whites to your face. Once is dry, you can easily take the mask off.
Egg whites form an easy mask that can be used to temporarily tighten pores, thus reducing chances of future blackheads, and will also remove current blackheads.
4. Green Tea
Just apply chilled green tea to your blackheads, and rinse away after 15 minutes.
Next time you find tiny black clogged pores covering your face, brew up some green tea to help banish the blackheads for good.
5. Toothbrush Scrub
Scrub your blackheads with a soft toothbrush, as gently as possible, in circular motions. Be very careful this method can be harsh on the skin, so it is not recommended to do it every day.
You can dip the toothbrush in some lemon juice first or jojoba oil.
6. Raw Honey Mask
Just apply raw honey on your face and allow it to sit for 15 minutes before rinsing. Do this several times a week. You can also use warm honey.
Honey acts as a natural antibiotic and helps to pull dirt from skin pores by clearing blackheads. It hydrates and tightens skin pores for a clear complexion.
7. Change The Pillowcases
If you are prone to blackheads, you should change your pillow cases more often.
Oil can build up on your pillow and, while you are sleeping, can get on your face. Changing your pillowcase often can help alleviate any issues with blackheads.