Ever wondered how to get rid of blackheads naturally? If so you’ll love this DIY blackhead mask!
Blackheads, YUCK! I always thought my blackheads would have stayed in my puberty years. I had no idea that I’d be in my late 20s looking for ways to get rid of blackheads naturally. I should just be thankful I found out about this DIY blackhead mask before I turned 30 lol. The blackhead mask works great and it’s so much better than picking at your face.
How to Get Rid Of Blackheads Naturally | DIY Blackhead Mask
To make your blackhead mask you’re going to need two ingredients which are:
- 1 teaspoon of gelatin (just regular gelatin, no flavoring coloring or anything).
- 3 teaspoons of milk
- Microwave safe bowl
- Brush or something to apply the mixture to your face.
Ready to get started on our DIY Blackhead Mask? Yepie, let’s get to it:
- Place gelatin into a bowl. If you are planning on covering your whole face, you may consider doubling up on the recipe, so you have plenty to cover your entire face.
- Mix your gelatin with the milk to obtain a homogeneous paste.
- Place the mixture in the microwave for about 15 seconds.
- Test mixture and make sure it’s not too hot and apply to face while it’s still warm whenever you have issues with blackheads.
- Leave the mixture on an area until thoroughly dry and tightens face. Typically about 20 minutes or so.
- Peel off masks by going against the way your hair grows. So on your nose, you would pull from the top down.
You can see some small blackheads on the bridge of my nose and in the crease of my nose. The crease of my nose is without a doubt my trouble area and the peel is the onl thing that gets most of them so I don’t end up picking at my face.
Removing the peel.
BAM as you can see most of the blackheads are gone. Not only on in the crease of my nose but on the bridge as well!
If you decide to give this black head peel mask, a try is sure and leave me a comment and let me know what you think. I started using this mask about every other week about a year ago, and it’s done a fabulous job. I would have had a bit more blackheads on the crease of my nose but I did a peel last week. I generally do a peel about once a month and if I need one in between it’s a natural peel so I can do it without stressing out.. The DIY blackhead mask works like a charm.
Do you have trouble with blackheads and dry skin due to the harsh winter months? Do you have any tips or tricks that help you combat them?