Eliminate the problem at its source for cleaner, healthier skin.
Blackheads are enough to make anyone cringe. The plugs in the skin consist of sebum or oil and dirt which give the open-topped pores the appearance of being black. Although it may be tempting to squeeze your skin in an attempt to remove them, doing so does more harm than good.
There are many tried-and-true ways to deal with blackheads naturally. Here are some of the more popular remedies available for you to explore.
Use baking soda to exfoliate.
The common household pantry item is used in microdermabrasion. It’s abundant, inexpensive, and easy-to-use. In fact, it helps minimize the appearance of blackheads when used regularly.
To make the most out of this remedy, create a paste using baking soda and water. Apply it to the area of the face with blackheads. Gently massage the mixture into the skin using small circular motions. Then thoroughly rinse it off.
Use Derma9’s Day/Night Cleanser regularly.
Clean skin starts with the right natural ingredients. Our herbal cleanser is full of clarifying botanicals that slough away dead skin cells, remove excess oil from pores, and condition skin so it looks and feels its best at all times. Making this product part of your daily routine is advisable.
Our cleanser can be used day and night without drying out the skin or causing breakouts to worsen. It works best when it’s followed by a light moisturizer.
Create your own pore strips.
Mix a spoonful of milk with a spoonful of unflavored gelatin in a container. Add a drop of lavender essential oil for extra cleansing properties. Apply the substance to your nose, cheeks, and chin after warming it in the microwave.
Once dried, peel it off your face gently. Then rinse the remaining traces of the handmade pore strip off with cold water. Moisturize your skin once you no longer have any of the substance left on your face.
Don’t let dirty skin get you down. With Derma9’s all-natural skincare products, you have options that help you eliminate pesky blackheads once and for all. You don’t need to concoct a handful of skincare recipes in the kitchen to do so either.