How To Use Baking Soda For Blackheads On Nose

 



 

 

Blackheads on your nose might not be noticeable by everyone but it is the most annoying thing that we would face. It is very common and unsightly condition on any skin type and feels like a pain to deal with.

Blackheads are formed due to the dead skin cells and excess oil secreted by sebaceous gland in the pores of hair follicles which makes your skin look dull, patchy and ugly. However, we have many chemical products for reducing blackheads on nose, but those may be costly.

Have you heard about baking soda? If your answer is yes, then you also might be surprised to hear that this wonderful kitchen ingredient can easily treat many skin and health issues.

Apart from all those things baking soda also has ability to treat and remove blackheads on your nose too. Baking soda acts as exfoliating agent and effectively cleanse on your skin, leaving it soft and smooth. This article covers affective uses of baking soda for removing blackheads on nose.

Does Baking Soda Helps In Reducing Black Heads?

Using baking soda is one of the effective ways to treat blackheads especially for oily skin. It also avoids the re occurrence of blackheads on your skin and you don’t need to use any harsh chemicals to remove these annoying blackheads every time.

  • Baking Soda unclogs the pores of dead skin cells and makes your skin soft and smooth
  • It also helps to maintain PH level of your skin and leads to producing less oil on your skin.
  • It doesn’t contain any harsh chemicals which can irritate your skin.

How To Use Baking Soda For Blackheads On Nose

There are many ways to use baking soda especially for blackheads on nose. Some of them are shown below:

1. Baking Soda With Water

You Will Need

Baking soda

Water

What you Need To Do

Mix equal amounts of baking soda and water in a bowl, now apply this mixture on your face and especially on blackheads then massage it for few minutes.

Allow it to dry and wash it with normal water after that apply a mild moisturizer on your face.

2. Baking Soda With Lemon Juice And Sugar

You Will Need

One teaspoon of lemon juice

2 table spoons of sugar

2 table spoons of baking soda.

What You Need To Do

Mix all ingredients in a bowl until it forms a fine paste. Massage this paste on affected area and leave it for about 20 minutes. Rinse it off using lukewarm water.

 

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