9 Ways To Remove Blackheads And Whiteheads Naturally


If there is one problem that many of us deal with, it’s a problem with our complexion. From the time we are quite young, we seem to develop oily skin and acne as a result of the changing hormones in our body. As we get older, we may continue to have problems with our skin and it shows up in a number of different ways.

One of the ways in which we may see skin issues is in either blackheads or whiteheads. It just seems as if they crop up on an ongoing basis and they are almost impossible to keep ahead of regularly. Fortunately, there are some natural ways to deal with the problem and these 9 suggestions can help you to get rid of both blackheads and whiteheads quickly and easily. You may just start loving your skin again.

Lemon, honey and sugar

Cut a lemon in half and cover the top with honey. Sprinkle two pinches of sugar on top and gently massage the problem area with the openface of the lemon. Repeat it once per week.

Vaseline and plastic wrap

This little trick is perfect for coming out of the shower. Your pores are already going to be open because of the heat of the water. Apply Vaseline to the affected area and then place a plastic wrap over the Vaseline. With the wrap still in place, put a hot towel it let it sit until it cools down to room temperature. Use a tissue to remove excess Vaseline from the face and gently squeeze the skin where the blackheads exist. They should clear very easily. Wipe the skin with lotion using a cotton pad. Do it twice per month.

Coconut and essential oils

Soften 1/4 cup of coconut oil and add 10 drops of lemon, lavender and tea tree oil. Stir until smooth. Apply to your skin in the morning and evening with a cotton ball. Store in a sealed container at room temperature.

Cinnamon and oats

Take a teaspoon of oat flour and mix it with a teaspoon of cinnamon flour. Add a little warm water and stir. The mixture should be like a very thick cream. Apply it to your face using a circular motion and scrub for one minute. Wash your face with cold water. Use it twice per month

Activated charcoal and green clay

Take 1 teaspoon of green clay, 1/2 teaspoon of activated charcoal powder and 1/2 teaspoon of warm water. Mix together until smooth. Apply it to your face as a mask and rinse off after it has dried completely. You can do it once or twice per week.

Coconut oil and coffee grounds

Use 1/2 cup of coconut oil and 1/2 cup of coffee grounds. Use the mixture immediately upon warming slightly in the microwave. Massage it on your face with circular motions, leaving it on your skin for 5 minutes. Rinse with cold water and repeat weekly.

Aloe vera, white clay and essential oils

Mix 2 teaspoons of white clay, 1 teaspoon of distilled water, 1 teaspoon of aloe vera gel and three drops of lavender essential oil. Mix the ingredients until smooth. Apply as a facial and rinse with warm water after 10 minutes.

Oatmeal, honey, yogurt and Olive oil

Use 2 teaspoons of yogurt and the same amount of honey and Olive oil. Put it in a food processor with 1/4 cup of oatmeal and blend until combined. Apply it to your face, scrubbing in a circular motion for up to two minutes. Wash with warm water. You can also use it as a facial mask and leave it on for 7 minutes.

Sugar, honey, olive oil and vanilla extract

Combine 1/4 cup brown sugar, 1/4 cup white sugar and 1/4 cup olive oil. Mix well and then add in 1 tablespoon honey and 1 teaspoon vanilla extract. Stir until smooth. Scrub your problem areas and rinse with warm water.

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