16 Jul 7 Easy Ways How To Remove Blackheads From Nose
We know blackheads annoy you. We know you can not bear to see them. We know that when they appear, you want to remove them in the same way you remove pimples. However, first and foremost you will irritate your skin and secondly you will see that the results are temporary or at best they may last up to a day. Forget your “favorite” method of dealing with blackheads and read below on how to remove blackheads from nose.
How To Remove Blackheads From Nose
1. Cleansing tapes
It is perhaps the easiest solution to remove “blackheads” on the nose. Their application is very simple because you just put them on the nose, wait for a while and then pull them, according to the instructions of use. Alternatively, you can make your own cleansing strips using a tablespoon of organic, raw honey, a teaspoon of milk and a cotton pad.
Mix the honey with milk and let them warm for 5 to 10 seconds in the microwave. Stir them and when the mixture has cooled down, apply it over blackheads. Then, attach the cotton pad to it, wait twenty minutes and gently pull it off. Rinse with cold water.
2. The steamer
With the trick below, not only will you get rid of blackheads, but you will deeply cleanse your entire face. Fill a pot with 3 or 4 cups of water (optionally add a few drops of lemon juice) and once the mixture has boiled, remove the pot from the fire. Then stand above the steam, covering your face with a towel. Ideally, stay for 10 minutes, but if you feel discomfort, stop immediately. Finally, remove the towel and rinse with cold water to open the pores and remove the spots easier. If you want to avoid the whole process of steam, simply place a small, warm towel on the nose until blackheads are easily removed. For both steam and hot towel, it is better to consult your dermatologist before applying them.
3. Soda and water, the natural solution
Mix 2 or 3 teaspoons of baking soda with a teaspoon of fresh water. Stir well until they become a paste and then massage the nose for 3 minutes. Then let the paste “sit” on the skin a little longer and rinse with warm water. Repeat the treatment twice a week.
4. Black facial mask for blackheads
A kind of “homeopathy” of the face, as experts recommend the application of a miraculous black mask that eliminates blackheads. Be sure, however, to read the instructions and to thoroughly cleanse your face after it has been applied.
5. Honey for the skin
Honey makes miracles with the skin and a simple test will convince you. Apply a small amount to the affected area with a cotton swab and let it act for 10 minutes. Then, remove it with plain water.
6. Where did you put the rose water?
Time to break out the rose water because it is one of the most classic methods for a clean face and especially…a clean nose. So replace the tonic lotion with rose water and apply daily with some cotton. In addition to its action, its smell will revive you!
One of the best tips of how to remove blackheads from nose is with toothpaste. Melt about 2 tablespoons of toothpaste into a bowl. Add and stir 1 tablespoon of salt into the toothpaste until a paste is formed. Apply the paste to your nose and allow it to dry for 5 minutes. After 5 minutes, tap some water on the nose and massage with circular movements. After the cleansing, rub some ice cubes onto the nose. It is useful to close your pores.
Toothpaste is a natural active ingredient that will open your pores and kill the bacteria. It also cleans the pores in depth and pulls out pimples. Salt is a natural disinfectant and helps to exfoliate the skin. Your nose may look red, but the redness will go away. Dry skin should be moisturized after the procedure is completed. It is very important to massage gently.
If you have sensitive skin, if any of these ingredients irritate your skin or if you have any doubts about their effectiveness, it is advisable to consult your dermatologist before applying them. Now that you know how to remove blackheads from nose, don’t forget to also use your Caviar Of Switzerland products after each cleansing, to nurture and rejuvenate the skin.