Blackheads on the nose are an unpleasant problem. They occur with improper skin care, insufficient hygiene and irregular deep cleaning of the skin In the summer heat sweating also contributes to the problem of blackheads
Hormonal problems and disturbances in the body's fat exchange have the strongest influence on the appearance and severity of blackheads.
Their appearance is most common in the area of the nose and chin. Squeezing them out is difficult and often causes inflammation, which then makes things even more unpleasant and difficult to treat. Red spots remain from injuries and inflammations that threaten the skin tone.
You can deal with blackheads on the nose and chin very easily with the help of a toothbrush and a special mixture for deep exfoliation.
- ¼ teaspoon s alt
- Sterile Gauze
- Water (or decoction of chamomile/sumerella)
- ½ teaspoon hummus
- ¼ teaspoon yogurt
Mix the toothpaste with the s alt and use the toothbrush to apply to the affected areas. Rub the mixture in a circular motion using the brush. Then wash your face with warm water. You can also rinse with a pre-prepared decoction of chamomile or sumac – strained and cooled. These herbs have an anti-inflammatory effect.
Cut the cheesecloth into small pieces. Dip it in the potion of your chosen herb. Apply to problem areas and leave on for 20 minutes.
Then mix yogurt and huma. You should get a completely smooth paste. Apply it on the blackhead affected areas as well and let it dry completely or for about 30 minutes.
Wash with lukewarm water or again with herbal decoction.
Do this procedure 2 times a week and gradually the blackheads will start reducing dramatically.