Remove Blackheads With One Simple And Effective Trick

All women dream about having glowing and healthy skin which makes you look more attractive.

However blackheads are always a constant problem, these pimples contain no skin. Once exposed to moisture and air, they oxidise which changes them to a darker colour.

There are many remedies available to help us remove these blackheads. Even the perfect skin regimen will still result in the occasional blackhead you just have to get rid of quickly.

This article reveals the best way to get rid of those pesky blackheads fast.

Follow this simple homemade treatment!


  • 1 tablespoon Salt
  • 2 tablespoons Mint toothpaste
  • 2-3 ice cubes
  • Spoon
  • Small bowl


Mix 2 tablespoons of mint toothpaste and a tablespoon of salt in the bowl. This will form a paste which can be applied to the nose.

Leave the paste on the nose for 5 minutes in order to dry, and then, put some water and massage gently in circular motion.

Next, in order to close the pores, you need to rub the ice cubes on the nose, and then, dry it. At the end dry your nose.

This is all you need to do and your nose will be free of blackheads!

How it works:

The mint in the toothpaste kills the bacteria and opens up the clogged pores. Salt, on the other hand, exfoliates the skin. The combination of toothpaste is excellent for treating blackheads on nose.

If you have dry skin, apply a moisturiser at the end of the method. Don’t worry if your nose becomes red, it will disappear. Remember to massage the nose gently.

Tips to prevent:

Remember to never squeeze blackheads as this might cause skin damage and also leave permanent marks or scars.

Finally try to avoid harsh physical exfoliation or squeezing as this irritates the skin — this can also cause pimples.

You should also try to avoid using pore strips, because they are only temporary fixes to a long-term blackhead problem. 

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