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Home made cleanser and exfoliators for removing black heads

Maintaining a clear and beautiful skin, takes time, consistency and effort. Keep your skin clean and clear as excessive oil on face and nose is the main cause of blackheads. If you have black heads or white heads and thinking of squeezing them out, stop! 

Cleanse and exfoliate you skin and get rid of your black heads or white heads easily.

Squeezing blackheads is not the best way to get rid of blackheads as it can infect your skin increasing inflammation and worsen the scenario. Dermatologist may recommend lots of products, but some of them can be expensive and may actually take a long time to work.

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Homemade blackhead removers are good for getting rid of blackheads at home. Follow these simple steps and home remedies to remove blackheads and go with the saying prevention is better than cure. 

Home Made Cleanser recipes

1) Honey and cinnamon.
Honey is a natural antibiotic and works to pull out dirt from your open pores. Mix a tablespoon of honey with ½ a teaspoon of cinnamon and use your fingers to dab it onto your dry skin. Rub it in a circular motion for three minutes and then wash off with warm water.
2) Turmeric and Mint 
Turmeric and mint help to clean out dirty pores. Create a brew of mint tea and allow it to cool. Then, add two tablespoons of the liquid with a tablespoon of turmeric powder and apply it to your face. Leave it on for ten minutes and then rinse off with warm water.
3)Use Eepsom salt
Epsom salt mixed with iodine form a bacteria-fighting combo perfect for removing blackheads. Mix a tablespoon of epsom salt with hot water and a few drops of iodine. Let the salt to completely dissolve in hot water. Then, use a bit of cotton to dab the solution onto your skin, allowing it to dry onto your face. Then gently rinse the mixture off with clean warm water.
4) Egg whites
Egg whites help to tighten pores and pull out any clogged dirt giving you smooth, clear skin. Remove the yolks from two eggs and smear it into a thin layer over your face. Give it two minutes to dry, and then add the remaining whites in a second layer. Give the complete mask an additional 10-15 minutes to dry, or until the whites are smooth to the touch and your skin feels tight. Use warm water to rinse the whites off your face.

5) Fenugreek paste
Make a smooth paste by crushing fenugreek leaves. Spread this paste over your face and allow it to sit for ten minutes, and then rinse off. Besides its numerous other health benefits, fenugreek has shown promising results for removing blackheads. 

6) Oatmeal 
Grind oatmeal into a powder in a blender and then add some rose water. Use this on affected areas for 15 minutes and then wash it off with cold water.

Home made Exfoliator recipes

1) Baking soda
Use baking soda and a bit of water to create a paste, and then gently scrub in a circular motion over the affected surface of your face, dab a thick coating of the paste to the affected area and allow it to dry for 5-10 minutes before rinsing off. Baking soda is one of those magical substances in life that is great for myriad purposes. Besides being a natural cleanser, the fine grain of the powder clears away dead skin cells.

2) Use lemon
The purifying properties of lemon help to remove all the grime buried deep in your pores,  mix a pinch of salt with to get scrubbing effects. Mix lemon juice with a tablespoon of yogurt, a tablespoon of salt, and a bit of honey. Use this to scrub your blackhead-prone areas for 2-3 minutes and then rinse with warm water.

3) Nutmeg and milk
Simply mix nutmeg with half a cup of butter milk to make a thin paste. Starting with a clean face, rinse it once with water, and then begin to apply your exfoliator in light, circular motions. Concentrate on the blackheads, but remember to use a very light touch. Too rough, and you could damage your skin. Do this for 3-5 minutes. Rinse well. Enjoy your clean face.
4) Cornmeal 
Mix a teaspoon of the cornmeal with your favorite face wash and scrub your face gently in a circular pattern. Be careful not to scrub too roughly, as this could inadvertently damage your skin. Rinse the soap and cornmeal off with warm water.
You may like to squeeze blackheads on nose and face but keep in mind that pull out process of blackheads can lead to skin damage and scarring. You can get rid of blackheads with home remedies for blackheads, homemade blackheads removers, homemade strips, homemade scrubs and homemade facemasks for blackheads removal.

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