Don’t cry over your blackheads anymore and try out these simple blackheads treatments with things easily available in your home.
Every other person is staying in lockdown for more than three weeks now. It also means that there are no salons or home-based beauty services available to cater to your skin needs. This further implies that there is a 99 percent chance that your skin is going through a lot without professional treatment. One common issue that we are sure every skin is going through, is those unwanted blackheads that are ruling over our faces these days.
We are so used to beauty salon and spa treatments that we have never taken a chance to learn different skills and blackhead treatments to treat our skin at home, by using everything natural and organic. Now, that we have been given an opportunity to take care of our skin ourselves by using things we have at home, why not avail it to the fullest? Let’s take it step by step. Before jumping into various ways to get rid of blackheads on the face, let’s find out what blackheads really are and what causes them.
The blackheads on your face are the most stubborn form of small pimples that return back even when they are squeezed or poked. To describe blackheads in a more professional language, these can be looked at as tiny bumps on your hair follicles. These are caused by an increase of sebum that clogs your follicles and ends up creating these ugly bumps, mostly around your nose and chin.
For someone who wants clear skin, blackheads on the face aren’t a sight they want to carry for the rest of the people to see. There are so many creams and masks available in high-end drugstores that promise a blackhead free-face but unfortunately, nothing works quite effectively other than simple home-based blackhead treatments. And since, now you can’t take a chance of moving out of your house to buy a mask, continue reading to find out how to remove blackheads with everything you have available in your kitchen.
We have listed down some very simple and authentic remedies for treating blackheads at home and also to stop them from coming back again.
There is nothing safer than honey. This natural product has always conquered all skin issues. Honey is quite effective in treating blackheads as well. Apply raw honey over all the areas that are covered by your blackheads, especially around your nose and chin. Keep it on for about 20 minutes before you wash it off with warm water. Do this daily, as honey has no side effects. It is also great for your skin so why not try this remedy, daily.
This mask is so great that you would love us once you try it out. In a bowl, take an egg white and a tablespoon of honey and mix both together. Beat the mixture properly to get a paste like consistency. Apply the mask formed on the affected areas and keep it on for 30 minutes every day. Wash your face with warm water. In a week or so, you will clearly start seeing your skin glow and getting cleaner day by day.
It isn’t a secret anymore that lemon juice is one of the best astringents that mother nature has gifted us. It helps remove dead cells from your skin and is also great with blackheads treatment. Before you decide to doze off, take a cotton ball and soak it in plain lemon juice. Apply the cotton ball to areas affected by blackheads. Keep the juice on your skin overnight and then in the morning, wash it off with water. If you have dry skin, add a spoon of olive oil with lemon juice before application. Do not forget to moisturise your face once you have washed it off.
All you need here is a tablespoon of cornstarch mixed properly with a teaspoon of vinegar and there you have it, a cornstarch vinegar mask to get rid of blackheads. Apply the paste-like mixture to your blackheads at least three times every week. Keep the mixture on for 20 minutes before you rinse your face. This combination is great to absorb all the excess oil on your skin and treat any discolouration caused by blackheads.
There is no science applied here. Add a few drops of water to your baking soda to form a paste. Scrub the paste, gently, on the areas that need blackheads treatment. Wash your face after a while. Baking soda is a wonderful ingredient to remove blackheads and also clear your skin from any grime and dust.
If you would have known earlier about how easy and cheap blackheads treatment is, you would have never chosen to go to a salon at all. But as they say better late than never! This quarantine life is somehow proving to be beneficial for us in some ways. Try these remedies at home and let us know which one worked for you. Remember, don’t poke or scratch your blackheads. This will only cause scars and nothing else. Treat them gently so they never come back again!