Blackheads often affects the skin, since adolescence. These are caused by excess sebum, which, in combination with skin bacteria and pollution create these unattractive spots. They tend to appear all over your face, neck or back, usually in places where the pores are larger and open. Although there are numerous cosmetic facial cleansing products that enable the extraction of blackheads, they continue to occur and the treatment must be repeated.
Tomato and yogurt mask. Take a tomato, cut into cubes and mash it in a bowl. Over the paste add two heaping tablespoons of yogurt, preferably a creamier yogurt. Mix well and apply on face the obtained mask. It has a strong nourishing and degreaser effect. Allow the mask to act fo half an hour, then rinse with warm water. Repeat this process twice a week.
Honey and milk mask. Cut the apple into small cubes and boil half a cup of sweet milk. Once the apple begins to soften blend the mixture to get more consistent. Apply it on clean skin, leave it 30 minutes. Repeat the process once per day for seven days. Remove the mask using warm milk or chamomile infusion.
Honey. It is extremely beneficial for our skin and helps to remove blackheads. Take a tablespoon of warm honey and apply it on the affected area. Allow it to act for 10 minutes and remove it with cold water. Apply it every other day for a period of ten days. Honey helps the natural glow of the skin.
Raw potato. Grate the potato, and put it a bandage, then dab the skin and rinse with cold water.
Garlic. Cut a clove of garlic and rub the affected skin with it three times a day for a week. Garlic has antifungal and antibacterial properties and acts as an effective antiseptic for skin problems and infection caused by blackheads.
Egg white. Apply an egg white on the skin and leave it for approximately 40 minutes then remove with cold water. Apply it once a day for a week.