You can try a DIY mask to remove blackheads before making an appointment with a dermatologist or aesthetician.
Egg white and lemon juice DIY mask to remove blackheads
Mix the egg white and a spoonful of the lemon or lime juice in a bowl. Then apply it to your nose or wherever you have blackheads. Gently press a tissue on the albumen , dab some more albumen on the tissue to carry it in place, and let it dry for a few time. Alternatively, you’ll wait 5 minutes between layers of albumen without the tissue. When it’s fully dry, peel it off slowly.
Gelatin and milk DIY mask to remove blackheads
Take 1 spoonful of each and mix together until completely dissolved in a microwave-safe bowl. Microwave it for 5 to 10 seconds, let it cool a bit and test the temperature on your hand (never on your face). Then brush it on your skin, let it dry for a minimum of 10 minutes and peel it off.
Honey and raw milk DIY mask to remove blackheads
Mix together a spoonful of each and apply it to your blackheads. Let it harden for 10 to fifteen minutes, then slowly peel off.
How to restore skin an applying DIY mask to remove blackheads ?
Oatmeal And Yogurt Mask
Oatmeal is a good substitute for store-bought exfoliators. It has a coarse texture and is often used for exfoliating the skin. The lactic acid present in yogurt helps to cleanse and brighten the skin.
What You Will Need
- 4 tablespoons oatmeal
- 2 tablespoons yogurt
What To Do
Coarsely grind the oatmeal and add two tablespoons of yogurt to it. Let it sit for a while.
Apply the mixture to your face and gently massage on the areas where you have blackheads for 5 minutes. Let it dry.
Wash it off.
After you are trying these home remedies for blackheads, try dabbing a little lemon juice on your pores to shut them up. And don’t use these concoctions too often, as they will dry out your skin and cause your glands to produce even more oil.
NOTE: Blackheads often form where excess oil can clog up pores on your face — in creases, around your lips and around your nose.