You can buy face strips which you place on you're nose or chin, then after a few minutes you rip them off and the black heads come away with the strip.
Steam, black head remover and gels /formulations available
But the best thing is to go to a professional beautician /aesthetician and get it removed.
A mirror and a couple of well placed fingers, that usually gets the little blighters out.
You can apply a cleanser on your nose, head and the other parts of the face. later just scrub you face and have a stem on the face. later you can remove the black heads with the help of a black head remover. lastly, apply astringent.
I suggest that you get a facial, it will get rid of black heads on your nose for quite some time, perhaps even forever, if you get the right one done.
Don't use nose strips, fine little hair on the top of your nose will appear darker when it grows back.
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