How I get rid of my black heads naturally- at home!
Alright folks, this has been a long time coming. I have actually discovered this recipe by accident- you know?! The curious- self experimenting with what my kitchen had to offer. I’m glad I did too cos’ it actually works for me.
I had a lot of black heads and hated the site of them. After I tried this recipe I could see a difference already. And I thought what a better way to get rid of black heads; and white head too. I don’t discriminate! Black and white all welcome! * sigh*
I would say my black heads are significantly reduced now. Victory!
I had few people asking me to come up with a recipe for this and I have tried quite a few, but this has been the best so far. My nose never looked cleaner and shinier. #NaturallyGlowingNose. So give it a go and see if it works for you. It’s cheap, natural and it works too. However, if I come across a better recipe, will share it with you.
We get black heads when dead skin cells get trapped in our hair follicles. So let’s get to work and say bye to our black heads.
We only need 3 ingredients for this:
- Add 1 teaspoon of baking soda to a bowl
- 1 teaspoon of raw honey; and
- 1 teaspoon of lemon juice
- Mix them well together
- The toothbrush is optional but I find it works better. If you don’t have a soft toothbrush at home, use your fingertips. Easy!
One you mix all the ingredients together, you’ll have a paste that will look like this:
- Apply to a wet face to make application easier if not dry is fine too
- Then massage it with the soft toothbrush gently for a minute ( just in the nose area and your chin). For the rest of your face just use your fingertips.
- Keep it on for 15 min and then wash it off with warm water using a small towel ( soak your towel in a warm water and gently wash it off with it). Don’t be too harsh on your skin as our facial skin is very thin and more sensitive.
- Do this twice a week or even 3 times a week if you have a lot of black heads to see a significant result. Don’t worry; it also works as a face mask too, so you can also apply it onto your face and not only the affected area. You’re killing two birds with one stone really! Success!
Note: baking powder is not the same as baking soda. Please pay attention when you’e buying this.
Quote: behind every healthy skin, there’s a lot of natural homemade masks, healthy meals and water! -Bersi. TK