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Beauty, Skin care 26 tips to get rid of blackheads naturally

26 tips to get rid of blackheads naturally

By Glowpink Staff   

If you step out regularly then you are bound to suffer from blackheads and whiteheads. When your open pores get clogged you end up with these blackheads and whiteheads. If you want to get rid of these skin woes in no time then just follow these simple tips and tricks in the article listed down below. Although most of the ingredients are completely natural and organic, we would still recommend a patch test as it may break out sensitive skin. If you prefer to exfoliate your face and then make sure that you are not being too abrasive as it may irritate your skin even more.


  1. A paste made out of ground radish seeds and water applied to the face right on the site of a blackhead is an effective blemish remover. Leave the paste on for about 15 minutes before rinsing with warm water.
  2. Boil 3-4 cups of water and add 2 tsp soda bicarbonate. Steam a towel with this and place the towel on the face. Repeat 5-6 times. Now rub the face in the area of the blackheads with a paste of 1 tsp curd mixed with 1 tsp of rice flour. Wash with cold water.
  3. Apply a sandalwood and rosewater face pack on the affected areas and wash with cold water after it gets dry. This keeps your skin cool and removes blackheads.
  4. Take 4 tablespoons of baking soda, 1 teaspoon of dead sea salt and 2 tablespoons of water. Mix everything thoroughly and use as a scrub after steaming your skin.
  5. Banana skins have been shown to clean the face. A thorough wipe around the affected area will help clear away unwanted grime.
  6. Mix oatmeal powder with rose water to make a paste. Spread the paste on your face and allow it to sit for 15 minutes before rinsing.
  7. Apply multani mitti (fuller’s earth) and rose water mixture for normal skin. This face pack removes the blackheads and keeps your skin smooth.
  8. Make a paste out of water and freshly crushed fenugreek leaves. Apply this paste to your face for 10 – 15 minutes and rinse with warm water. Repeat every night before hitting the bed for a blackhead free face.
  9. Warm some honey and place it on trouble areas for 10 – 15 minutes. Wash it off with running tap water, pat dry your face with a towel and then follow up with a moisturizer to get the best results.
  10. Apply a paste of curd and black pepper (one tablespoon) on the affected areas and wash it off after 10 minutes with cold water. Then you can spritz on some facial mist on your face followed by a creamy moisturizer to get the best results.
  11. Rub a pinch of table salt mixed with a pinch of the soft soggy portion of glycerin soap. (Pears). Rub well into the blackheads. Repeat every day for a week to get the best results.
  12. Take 1 tsp of fresh coriander leaf juice with ½ tsp of turmeric powder. Apply this while going to bed. Wash your face in the morning. Repeat this for a week to get the best results. Make it a point to use a moisturizer afterwards to get the best results.
  13. Combine 3 tablespoons of baking soda with 3 tablespoons of water. Rub this solution on your skin for a few minutes, and rinse with warm water for effective blackhead extraction. This skin treatment regime is suitable for all skin types and it won’t break out sensitive skin at all.
  14. Apply grapes pulp on the affected areas of blackhead, allow it to dry, and wash your face with warm water. Wipe your face clean with a towel and then follow up with a regular moisturizer to get the best results.
  15. Take 1tsp of lime juice mixed with 1tsp of finely powdered cinnamon. Apply at bedtime and wash in the morning. You will be surprised by the results of this sleeping mask. This sleeping mask will help your skin to get rid of blackheads from your face and also give you clear skin with regular usage.
  16. Combine a quarter cup of hot water with one teaspoon of Epsom salt and three drops of iodine. Wait until the mixture cools down. Dab the mixture using cotton balls on the blackhead. Wait for a couple of minutes and squeeze the blackheads. Do not squeeze too hard or else you may end up with dark brown spots all over your face.
  17. Grated raw potatoes can be used to treat all kinds of skin problems including pimples, wrinkles, whiteheads, and blackheads. Pat potatoes directly on problem areas to extract blackheads. Then wash it off with lukewarm water and follow up with a toner and a moisturizer to get the best results.
  18. In a pan add 5-6 cups of water and add the juice of 1 lime and boil the water. After that, place it on a table and cover the head using a large towel, steam the face. Rub the blackheads firmly with a face towel after 10 minutes of steaming. Wash the face with chilled water to close the pores.
  19. Boil some chamomile in a pan and keep your face over it with your head covered with a towel for a few minutes. After steaming you have to gently exfoliate your face for a while and then rinse it off with running tap water. Use your moisturizer to prevent your skin from drying up.
  20. If you want to get rid of blackheads overnight, then use this natural exfoliating scrub. To prepare your own green-tea scrub at home, steep a green tea bag in hot water for some time. Allow the solution to cool down completely, add a teaspoon of sugar in the solution and also add some amount of honey in it. Give it a good stir to mix it well and then clean your face properly. Dot your face with this scrub, and then gently exfoliate your face in small circular strokes for a while. Wash it off with plain water and then apply your moisturizer to complete skincare regime.
  21. If you can see the early signs of aging appearing, then use this DIY Lavender face scrub to get back that radiant and youthful look all over again. Gather around some castor sugar, a few drops of water and 2 drops of lavender essential oil. Mix all the ingredients in the specified quantities in a mixing bowl. Give it a good stir to make sure that all the ingredients get infused into each other. Make sure that your face is squeaky clean before applying this scrub. Take a generous amount of this face pack and apply it evenly all over your face and neck. Gently exfoliate your face in small circular strokes using a light hand. Wash it off using running tap water, wipe your face clean with a towel and then apply a moisturizer to get the best results.
  22. Do you rely on coffee to stay awake and meet deadlines? Then get yourself a little more of coffee so that you can also include it in your facial scrub recipe. To prepare this anti-oxidant facial scrub, all you have to do is gather around 3 teaspoons of coffee and a little bit of yogurt, if you have extremely dry skin then use milk instead of yogurt. Transfer these ingredients in a blender and blend it into a smooth, lump-free paste, that’s it, your face pack is ready to be used. After that add a teaspoon of manuka honey in the mixture and again mix it well. Wipe your face with a wet wipe to make sure that your face is free from dirt, grime, and other impurities. Apply this facial scrub all over your face and gently exfoliate in small circular strokes with a light hand for a while. Then wash it off with running tap water, and then complete this skincare regime by slathering on a thick layer of moisturizer to seep in all the nourishment.
  23. Don’t you like a cooling sensation lingering on your face all day long? Then try out this amazing DIY peppermint face pack to steer clear blackheads from your face. Keep ¼th cup of extra virgin olive oil, a cup of brown sugar, and 15 drops of peppermint essential oil handy. Mix everything up in a mixing bowl and your facial scrub is ready. Use a gentle facial cleanser to wash your face properly and then pat dry your face with a clean towel, then use this scrub on your face. Don’t be too harsh with your skin, scrub gently or else your skin may react to it. After scrubbing gently, wash it off with lukewarm water and apply a moisturizer to complete this skincare regime.
  24. Blackheads are recurrent in nature and you must cover up your face with a scarf every time you step out of the home. However, it may not be possible all the time so you need to use a gentle exfoliating scrub once in a while to reap the maximum benefits. To make this sea salt face pack, grab a mixin bowl and add a tad bit of sea salt, sweet almond oil and a few drops of essential oil. Give it a good stir to make sure that everything gets mixed-up well and your scrub is ready. Make sure that your face is squeaky clean before applying this face pack, and then use this scrub to gently exfoliate with a light hand for a while. Wash it off with plain water and then follow up with a moisturizer to get the best results. If you have sensitive skin, then try a patch test beforehand to avoid any infections in the near future.
  25. If you are someone who loves to rely on natural ingredients for all your skin woes, then try out this all-natural facial scrub at the comfort of your home to get the best results. It may be a little messy and required too many ingredients, but trust me it is worth a try. Keep 1/2 a cup of sugar, 1/2 a cup of brown sugar, 1/4th  teaspoon of ginger, 1/4th teaspoon of nutmeg, 1/4th teaspoon of cinnamon, 3 tablespoons of almond oil and 1/4th cup of coconut oil handy. Mix all these ingredients thoroughly until you get a smooth textured scrub, apply it all over your face and neck, scrub your face in small circular strokes and you are good to go. To get the best results, follow up with a moisturizer.
  26. Do you love to gorge on chocolates? If so, then I am sure that you won’t be able to resist your self from trying out this face pack. Chocolate is a rich anti-oxidant and if you use it regularly you can get soft, smooth and supple skin in no time. Take a mixing bowl and add a cup of loosely packed brown sugar, 1/2 a cup of coconut oil, 1/3rd cup of almond oil, 2 tablespoons of unsweetened cocoa powder and a few drops of coconut extract. Simply mix it well and your scrub is ready. Apply this facial scrub on your face and gently scrub your face for a while in small circular strokes. Once you are done, just rinse it off with running tap water. Pat dry your face with a towel and then use a moisturizer to lock in all the nourishment.

 

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