What is blackheads?

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What is blackheads?

Mensagem por lyndsieberesford » Ter Set 06, 2016 12:24 am

What is blackheads?
They are also known by the name of open comedones which are used to describe the black or sometimes yellow bumps appeared on your face. They are the clogs which develop at the hair follicles’ openings as the results of excess accumulation of sebum as well as dirt and dead cells.

Furthermore, the black color of the bumps are due to oxidization when contact with air, not dirt.

Hear are 5 home remedies for blackheads:

1. Honey

Honey has antibacterial property and can repair skin effectively. Therefore, the tips for how to treat blackheads with honey is widely used in the treatment of acne and skin beautification.

To treat blackheads with honey, it is best you take about 3-5 teaspoons of honey to boil up, let it cool down and then rub on the skin acne. You wait until the layer of honey dry and then peel off the skin. Blackheads will be glued to the mask and will be pulled out easily. This is considered as one of effective home remedies for blackheads. You can perform 2-3 times/week until you get smooth skin as wished.

Also, you can mix honey with lemon. Drop just a small amount of lemon juice into the mixture 3-5 tablespoons honey and apply to your face for 20-30 minutes then rinse your face with cool water. After just one month, you will see results immediately.

Honey is a miraculous ingredient for skin care as it can help improve your skin condition tremendously. You can find out more about it at: Home Remedies for Fair Skin.

2. Glair

Egg whites can also help remove dead skin cells, dirt (cause of acne), and whiten your face. In term of the easiest way, you only need to rub glair on blemishes, for about 15 minutes, and rinse with water. For more efficiency, you get glair by a thick layer on the skin (usually 2 sides of the nose) and then take a small piece of tissue paper to place on it. Wait for the mask to dry completely, lightly peel the layers off the nose. Dried glair will pull blackheads out quickly.

Applying glair onto face skin can no doubt help you remove acne effectively; however, another wonderful impact of this action is that your skin will get to be brighter and glowing. You can read more about benefits of glair for skin at: Home Remedies for Glowing Skin.

3. Turmeric

Turmeric is considered as one of the best home remedies for blackheads quickly and efficiently. It not only eliminates acne effectively, safely but also helps bruises, scarring acne naturally blur.

You prepare turmeric and mint juice, then mix them together to create a solution and apply it to blackheads, leave it around 3-5 minutes and rinse with warm water. Regularly using it will help you get rid of the discomforts of blackheads and restore glowing and smooth skin.

4. Green Tea

Green tea can also help treat blackheads efficiently. You simply purchase green tea powder available at the supermarket. When using, you get about 1 tablespoon green tea powder mixed with water into a viscous paste, then scrub on acne skin for 2-3 minutes then rinse with warm water. This will help cleanse oily skin and open pores for blackheads.

5. Toothpaste

Using toothpaste is also one of the extremely simple home remedies for blackheads for helping remove blackheads. All thanks to the ingredients of toothpaste – Sodium pyrophosphate because it can eliminate excess calcium causing acne while anti-inflammatory Silica can help support the process.. Besides, toothpaste contains properties similar to baking soda which also help reduce the amount of oil on the skin.

Simply, you just need to take a little toothpaste on acne skin and gently rub 2-3 minutes then rinse with cool water. It should be applied daily in order to treat acne effectively and quickly.

Read more: How to get rid of a bacterial infection


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