How to Get Rid of Blackheads Naturally and Fast
Research has provided a bevy of acne- and blackhead-fighting pharmaceuticals that change the basic operations of your facial skin. Those products are fine for some people, but others prefer to take a more natural approach to skincare. If you're one of them, there are natural products in your own pantry that you can use to slough away dead skin, loosen clogged pores and free impacted materials from deep within your blackheads.
Steam your pores open by taking a hot shower, holding your face over a sink full of hot water or applying a warm washcloth to your face for a few minutes. When your pores open up, it loosens impacted blackheads, according to the website Daily Glow.
Wash your face with a mild cleanser or natural soap and pat dry.
Pour a palm-full of baking soda into your hand. Mix in water, a little bit at a time, to create a thick but spreadable paste.
Spread the paste onto your face, paying special attention to the areas with blackheads. Rub the paste in slightly for a mild exfoliating effect.
Let the paste dry completely on your skin. Wash it off with warm water, making more circular motions as you rinse. Repeat two to three times per week, recommends The Campaign for Safe Cosmetics.
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