Do black dots on your nose, chin or forehead plague you? Luckily, there is a way to deal with this problem. Give a try to special cleansing pore strips and enjoy your skin being smooth and perfectly clean.
What are blackheads and how are they formed?
Blackheads are a common skin problem of people having oily or combination skin. These skin imperfections develop when follicles become clogged with impurities, excess of sebum or dead epidermis cells. Sometimes, an inflammation develops just around the clogged follicles which has its aftermath in acne.
Fortunately, there are plenty of homemade, dermatological and over-the-counter methods that help fighting acne. For example, these life-savers can be in a form of face masks, creams, toners, medications, ointments including A vitamin derivative as well as specialistic beautifying and dermatological treatments. You can also make a good use of cleansing pore strips that are available in most drugstores and pharmacies. In most cases, such products contain silica, titanium dioxide and even witch hazel bark extract which is a medical plant of anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial working. This kind of strips have to be put on nose, chin and forehead and taken off (together with the blackheads) after a period of time set by the producer. The strips have to be put on cleansed skin only. Otherwise, the complete procedure will not have any sense as it will not produced the desired outcomes.
The great news is, you can make such cleansing pore strips at home. There are two methods of making your own blackheads removers.
The first method – Prepare two spoons of gelatin and two spoons of milk. Combine these two ingredients. Boil until the gelatin get dissolveed completely in water and creates unite and even substance with the milk. Actually, you can prepare the same mixture in a microwave. Wait till the mixture cools down. Now, take a brush and apply the gelatine-and-milk substance on the very spots you would like to remove blackheads from. After 20-30 minutes (the mixture is expected to congeal within more or less a half of an hour) remove the stripes delicately. Unfortunately, this kind of a treatment is nor recommended for people whose noses are covered with tiny hair.
The second method – Beat an egg white till stiff and apply it on nose, chin and forehead with a brush. Take a tissue and cut out a form that matches the area covered with the egg white whip. Next, press the cut-out to skin. After approximately 30 minutes the ‘stripe’ has to be removed. It is worth adding that the very method also prevents wrinkles and shrinks the pores. Furthermore, egg white is rich in, among others, with selenium, which works anti-acne.