What homemade remedy can you use to clear clogged pores on the face
I have acne and clogged pores around my nose. What can I make at home that will help?
Well if you want to go the natural route you can make a paste of honey, vinegar, and banana. Apply it to the face nightly for 15 minutes then wash with warm water. You can also just start washing your face with coconut oil. It will not make the acne worse. Garlic can be rubbed on acne and usually shows signs of improvement within 3 days. Just be careful not to leave on the skin for too long. Tea tree oil is a great option. If the acne leaves dark spots behind you can use lemon or lime to lighten those up. If you choose not to go the natural route you can use a glycolic peel on your face. The 20% is the starting strength and you work your way up.
by LostInRevery 6 years ago
What is the best product to use for clogged pores?I have dry, sensitive skin so I have to be careful what I put on my face.
by Sneha Sunny 7 years ago
I have this problem since I was 9. I have some clogged pore below my eyes. I don't know how and why this happened because I never used any kind of makeups and all when it appeared (when I was 9 years old). I don't put heavy makeups like foundations and all even today but still I have these clogged...
by helpfulltips 8 years ago
Thanks for the recipe! I was ordering some essential oil the other day and found that rose oil is really pricey - so I bought rose buds instead and plan to put them in with other oils to make the scented oils I like to use. Do you know a supplier who has less expensive rose oil? ...
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