10 home remedies to treat Blackheads on nose


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10 Home remedies to treat Blackheads on nose

Blackheads are a form of acne that are usually formed due to the clogging of skin pores with dead skin and oil. They are generally formed on face at the places where they are most noticeable, like around the nose area. However, they can also form at the back, chest, shoulders, neck, and arms, which is more common in teens and pre-menstrual women. In addition, if you do not take proper care and cleaning of these blackheads, they may turn further into the pimples. If you want to get rid of your blackheads on nose, you should first know the main causes of it.

Causes

  • The major reason for blackheads is oil. Oily skin causes blackheads. People with oily skin need to wash their face 4 – 5 times a day. It will leave your skin less oily.
  • Hair follicles exasperation due to dead skins cells also causes blackheads.
  • Propionic bacterium acnes formed on skin
  • Hormonal changes during teenage, menstruation and pregnancy can cause blackheads
  • Taking certain drugs and smoking habits
  • Taking pills for birth control

1. Egg White Mask

10 Home remedies to treat Blackheads on nose

Making facial mask with egg can be easily done at home. This mask not only helps to remove the present blackheads on the face but also helps preventing further chances of blackheads by tightening skin pores. Egg white also contains many other nutrients, which are very helpful for nourishing your skin, and leaves your skin moisturized compared to other home remedies.
Directions
wash your face using mild cleanser. Separate the egg yolk from the white. Dry your face and apply thin layer of egg on your skin. Put tissue paper over this layer and apply another layer off egg. Let the layers dry, peel off the mask, and wash with cold water.

2. Baking Soda

baking soda blackheads

Baking soda works as an exfoliant to clean dead skin cells for soft and smooth skin. It also helps in maintaining the skin pH so helps in reducing the oil produced in the skin, which can prevent further blackhead problems.

Directions:

  • Mix small quantity of baking soda in water to form a paste in a glass or ceramic bowl.
  • Apply the paste thoroughly over the area of face affected by blackheads.
  • Wait for 5 minutes and rinse your face with warm water. Apply moisturizer after drying.

Use this remedy once or twice a week for best results.

3. Bentonite clay

bentonite-clay

When the mask is applied, minerals are soaked in the skin and the blackheads are drawn out. It also gradually improves skin health and makes it lighter in tone.

Directions:
Mix clay in sufficient amount of water to form a paste. Use clean finger tips to apply the paste all over your face and let it dry. Wash it with warm water and moisturize the skin.

4. Lemon Juice

lemon-juice

Lemon juice consists AHA citric acid that helps in removing dead skin naturally.  It is rich in vitamin C, which is an antioxidant, stimulating collagen production to improve skin health and reduce acne.

Direction:

  • Use your regular cleanser to wash your face and dry it using a towel.
  • Collect about one teaspoon of juice in a bowl.
  • Use a cotton ball to apply the fresh juice on the blackhead affected areas of your face.
  • Let it dry for at least 10-15 minutes before washing with cool water.

5. Green Tea

green-tea

Green tea contains antioxidants and vitamins that help in breaking up excess oil and reduces inflammation in acne prone sin areas as well as nourish it preventing any further damage.

Directions:

  • Boil half 3/4th cup of water and remove from heat.
  • Soak two tea bags or 2 teaspoon of organic green tea in it for about an hour.
  • Transfer the liquid in a clean bowl and cool it until lukewarm.
  • Use cotton or hands to apply the liquid even across the face and let it settle for about 10 minutes.
  • Wash using cold water, pat it dry, and apply moisturizer.

Can be used once a day.

6. Turmeric

turmericTurmeric is one of the most powerful ingredients having antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties. Kasturi Turmeric should be used instead of edible turmeric that is commonly used in cooking to avoid staining of skin. It is an effective solution to problems of blackhead.

Directions:

  • Make a paste using turmeric and water. Coconut oil can be used instead of water.
  • Apply the paste even on the face and let it soak for a while.
  • Wash it off using lukewarm water.
  • Use this treatment daily for preventing any problems related to blackheads.

7. Honey and Milk Pore Strips

honey and milk pore strip

Milk and honey have properties that are very beneficial for skin. Honey consists of antibacterial properties, and the lactic acid in milk helps in making skin soft and supple. Both are used together to form and adhesive paste.

Directions

  • Add one tablespoon of honey to 1 teaspoon of milk.
  • Warm it for 5 – 10 seconds in the microwave, and then mix it thoroughly.
  • Apply a thin layer over blackheads and put thin strip of cotton firmly over it.
  • Let dry (to be sure, wait at least 20 minutes) and carefully peel off the strip.
  • Wash with cold water and moisturize.

8. Oatmeal

oatmeal

Oatmeal is helpful in many skin related problems and contains many nutrients that are safe for sensitive skin conditions and blackheads. It works as a natural cleansing agent and exfoliant which helps in loosening clogged pores which leads to blackheads. Oatmeal contains antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties which helps in removing dead skin cells, and soaks up excess oil.

Direction:

  • Cook oats in distilled water free from any contamination.
  • Allow the oatmeal to cool before applying to affected areas.
  • Apply evenly on blackheads, allow it to sit for 10 to 20 minutes before washing with lukewarm water.

9. Epsom Salts

Epsom-Salt

  • Epsom salt mixture pulls the blackhead out of each clogged pore so they simply wash away.
  • Use a mild scrub to clean the dead skin.
  • Mix one teaspoon of Epsom salts in a half-cup of hot water and add four drops of iodine to it.
  • Stir properly, and then let the solution to cool down to room temperature.
  • Apply the mixture to the affected areas of the skin and let it dry.
  • Wash your face and moisturize.

10. Apple cider vinegar

apple cider vinegar

Apple cider vinegar consists of acetic acid that helps to break down tough buildup in the skin and also helps maintaining the pH of your body to reduce further blackhead issues.

Directions:

Use apple cider vinegar directly, applying it to your face as a toner.

Also, you can add three teaspoons of crushed mint leaves to three teaspoons of apple cider vinegar to make paste that helps to tighten the skin and cure inflammation.

 


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