Regardless of your age, or whether you are a male or female, you have probably suffered from a blackhead recently.
“Clogged hair follicles” that are filled with excess oil, dead skin and bacteria are called blackheads.
The methods that utilize preventative measures in order to help stop blackheads prior they start are the best skin treatment methods. But even the perfect skin regimen will still result in the occasional blackhead you just need to get rid of as fast as possible.
CLEARING BLACKHEADS WITH TOOTHPASTE
Get the appropriate type of toothpaste.
Wash your face and apply the toothpaste. Wash and dry your face, with warm water as you normally do. Apply a layer of toothpaste on the affected areas such as your nose or chin. Leave the toothpaste to dry completely. When the toothpaste is dry, you should rub it around on your skin. This will help remove the blackheads from your pores. After that, wash and dry your face again.
Also you can apply the toothpaste on your face using a cotton cloth soaked in olive or almond oil instead of your fingers. For a few minutes, rub the toothpaste into your skin with the face cloth.
Add salt to the toothpaste for quicker results
Wash and dry your face, with warm water as you normally do. Make a mixture of 1 part toothpaste and 1 part salt. (In case the mixture is too thick, add a few drops of water to thin it out.) Rub the mixture onto your face and let it act for about 5-10 minutes. Gently rub the toothpaste mixture around the affected skin in order to remove the blackheads from your pores. Rinse it with warm water, dry your face and apply your daily moisturizer.
It is important that your face remains moist throughout this whole process.
You can use baking soda as an alternative to salt.
Before you apply some moisturize, you can also rub an ice cube around on your face to help close the pores to prevent bacteria from getting inside.