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Effective Do-It-Yourself Peel-Off Masks for Blackhead Removal

Updated on February 1, 2018
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Blackheads appear on the skin when a clog is developed in the hair follicles opening on the skin. There are plenty of peels off masks available on the market for blackheads removal, however, the chemical containing masks may have their own side-effects and they do not show immediate change. Therefore, the best way to get rid of blackheads is to make a do-it-yourself peel off mask with original and organic ingredients, which work efficiently on the skin.

This article discusses some of the most effective and easy to make DIY peel off masks, which are made from the basic products easily available at home.

It's time to say Goodbye to your blackheads forever!!

1. Honey and Milk Mask:

Honey is one of the most effective products for the skin. It holds the antiseptic properties, which heals the skin deeply. The antiseptic nature of honey penetrates through the skin and helps in fast removal of the blackheads deep down the skin layers.

To make the mask, mix honey with warm milk and apply the mixture to the blackhead areas. Once applied, gently rub it with cotton to make sure the mixture is properly applied to the problem areas. Leave it to dry for at least twenty minutes. Upon completion of the time, peel the mixture off gently and wash the face with warm water. Your blackheads are peeled off with the mixture.

Ingredients

  • 2 tsp Honey
  • 1 cup Milk

2. Orange Peel Mask

Orange is equipped with high-intensity acidic properties. The acidic property of orange helps in the quick removal of dirt and blackheads from the face.

To make the mask, keep orange peels under the sun until it becomes completely dry. Grind the dried peels to convert it in powder form. Add a small amount of warm milk to the dried orange peel powder. Apply gently on the blackhead areas for thirty minutes and peel off on completion of time. Wash the face with warm water and moisturize it thoroughly.

Blackheads are awful!
Blackheads are awful!

3. Egg White with Lemon Mask

The egg is considered to be one of the essential elements when it comes to DIY beauty products. Eggs do wonders for hair and skin related problems. Egg whites are used extensively in different mixtures for blackhead removal.

In order to make the mixture, separate egg whites from the egg and add a little lemon juice in it. Mix it well and apply gently on the nose and chin. Wait for the mask to completely dry. Once it is completely dried start to peel off the mask slowly and then rinse the face with warm water.

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© 2018 Rahma Khan

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