Natural face masks

Face maskBlackheads or small black dots, which are trapped in the pores of the skin, most commonly occur on the face, rarely even on other parts of the body. The excessive rubbing, squeezing and scratching can only replicate them, but we can get rid of them in two ways: beautician can remove it easily or you can do it yourself, with little effort and gentle approach. Skin that is prone to blackheads, we have to clean more often than usual. For cleaning we can use natural face masks, which we make at home.

Tiny black dots, which are trapped in the pores of the skin and most often settle on the forehead, nose and chin are called comedones. A comedo is a widened hair follicle which is filled with skin debris (keratin squamae), bacteria and oil (sebum) and causes a lot of frustration both teenage girls and adult women. There is no need to rush to the beautitian every time you notice that you have blackheads on your face. With the help of natural face masks with natural ingredients, you will quickly and easily able to remove dark spots and prevent the emergence of new ones.

Honey face mask

Simple preparation for the removal of blackheads is certainly a honey face mask. If honey is stored at room temperature, it is very likely to be too fluid, so place it in a refrigerator for a few hours. Wash your face with warm water and let it dry completely. Take the honey, and gently massage it with your fingers on the face and leave it on for three minutes. Sticky natural ingredient will tape the skin, penetrate into the pores and cleanse them from all the accumulated dirt. After three minutes rinse it off with warm water.

Egg white face mask

In two bowls, separate the egg yolk and egg white. Apply the thin layer of egg white on the face, with a tiny brush. Leave it on for a few minutes for it to dry, then apply two more layers. After the last layer leave it for 15-20 minutes and then gently rinse it off, using clean towels and warm water.

Clay face mask

With the use of green or red clay you can create natural face mask, with which you can remove blackheads like in professional beauty salons. Make a proportional mix of clay and apple vinegar and add a few drops of your favorite essential oil. Stir, until the mixture is malleable, and then apply it to face and leave on for 20 minutes to dry completely.  Remove it with warm water and clean towel.

Oatmeal and yogurt face mask

If you have oily skin, dermatologists recommends applying a face mask of oatmeal and yogurt. Mix three tablespoons of oatmeal, add two tablespoons of plain yogurt (you can use homemade yogurt). When the flakes are soaked with yogurt, mix, add a tablespoon of olive oil and a tablespoon of lemon juice. Before applying, rinse your face with warm water, then apply the mixture to your face, leave it for 20 minutes and then rinse thoroughly with warm water.

If you are in a hurry and do not have enough time to prepare this face mask, just dip a cotton ball in fresh squeezed lemon juice, and apply ti to those parts of the face where the blackheads are the most visible and leave on for 10 to 15 minutes, then rinse your face with water.

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  1. 9 Unnecessary skin care products - Everydaytalks.com - March 19, 2014

    […] Although they are really fun to use, they do not have some shocking effect. We need to apply them after more intensive therapies in the beauty salon, the active face masks can be good after peeling then actually penetrate deeper into the skin. It is best, therefore, that here and there you  prepare some home face mask. […]

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