Discover how to get rid of blackheads, and prevent future ones from forming.
Take a look at best tips and hacks to instantly unclog pores, remove dirt, remove dead skin cells and excess oil (sebum).
Do you suffer from blackheads? Do you squeeze some of yours? Are you wondering, if there is any PERMANENT way to get rid of blackheads?
If you’ve used washes, scrubs, all the spot stuff, everything, and these blackheads keep coming back, and you still can’t get rid of them – then take a look at 17 great hacks on the list.
• How to remove blackheads at home fast
• What is the best blackhead remover
• How to clean up blackheads, remove dirt grease, and reduce dead skin
• How to tighten skin for a visibly healthier & smoother complexion
• And much more…
Get rid of them once and for all and remain blackhead-free.
Say hello to clean pores!
First Figure Out Your Skin Type
What is your TRUE skin type? Do you have normal, dry, oily, sensitive or combination skin? Your skin is unique. Nobody has the exact same skin as you. And learning how to know your skin type can be tricky.
Watch this video (starting at 2:01) where Hyram is talking about how you can figure out what your skin type is. Enjoy!
If You Have Sensitive Skin – Choose A Product With Salicylic Acid (BHA)
Salicylic acid referred to as beta hydroxy acid (BHA) is gentle enough for sensitive skin types that can dry out and be irritable.
Salicylic acid exfoliates the outer layer of the skin and penetrates into pores to remove sebum.
This naturally occurring compound helps to prevent pores from being clogged and can help remove clogs that have already formed.
If you want to learn more what does salicylic acid do for your skin, you must read this report by Allure.
If You Don’t Have Particularly Sensitive Skin – Use Benzoyl Peroxide
Benzoyl Peroxide peels away the dead skin cells, excessive oils, bacteria and calms inflammation around pores that are being treated. It’s also famous for being drying and pretty strong.
Find out why Benzoyl Peroxide is good for blackheads, and what are the differences between Salicylic Acid vs. Benzoyl Peroxide in this guide on Teenvogue.
*Magically Erase* Blackheads
Alpha-Hydroxy Acid (AHA) is water soluble acid, derived from fruits and plants.
Its exfoliating properties make it a popular ingredient in products aimed to exfoliate dead skin cells, minimize pore size, brighten complexion, and regulate oil production.
Read this article by Byrdie to find out why experts say that AHA is like a *Magic Eraser* for blackheads.
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Try An Egg White Mask – That Actually WORKS!
Did you know that egg whites have astringent and exfoliating properties, are rich in proteins, vitamins, and minerals, which can benefit your skin?
If you think that your blackheads are permanent, then try this “Quick and Easy Do-It-Yourself” homemade face mask for blackheads with an egg by TiTi s Corner. Enjoy!
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Use Blackhead Mud Mask
Blackheads can be eliminated with the use of DIY homemade treatments, and all-natural ingredients.
Take a look at the best all-natural ways and at home remedies to get rid of blackheads and uncover healthy, radiant skin.
From natural face masks for blackheads and DIY removals, to quick remedies to get rid of blackheads on your nose. Check it out in this guide created by Brightside.
Unclog Pores With Honey
It turns out that you can make your own at-home pore strips using honey. It will stick to your pores and pull out the blackheads like those blackhead strips.
Plus honey possesses antibacterial properties and naturally opens up pores, making them easier to unclog.
If you love DIY at home natural treatments, then take a look at this article on Wellnessbells.
You’ll learn how to prepare Honey & Sea Salt Facial Scrub Remedy, Warm Honey Face Mask Remedy, Honey & Milk Face Mask and much more.
Wash Your Face After Working Out
To cleanse away sweat and bacteria on your face, and to prevent your pores from getting clogged – you need to wash your face immediately after your workout.
Alternatively or if you in hurry you can use cleansing facial wipes.
Learn more great tips on how to wash a sweaty face and prevent workout-related breakouts on this report by Wellandgood.
Try Pore Strips
If you love peeling off pore strips, and are looking for ways to make them work even better, then watch this video from Michelle.
Exfoliate And Scrub Off Blackheads
You can scrub off the top part of the blackheads, caused by trapped sebum (oil) and dead skin cells in your pores.
And if you’re the kind of person who loves all-natural solutions that you can easily make at home, then see this guide from Bellatory.
You’ll discover Lemon and Salt Face Scrub, Brown Sugar and Honey Face Scrub and much more receipes to finally win that battle against blackheads.
Remove Blackheads With Clay Masks
If your skin produces lots of oil, clay masks can help to draw oils and toxins out of the skin, which helps to unclog pores.
Watch this video by The CLEAR SKIN Essentials for special technique to remove blackheads using clay masks to get soft, smooth, poreless skin.
Give A Try To A Charcoal Masks
Charcoal mask is especially effective for deeply rooted blackheads. It is a safe choice for those with oily skin.
The antibacterial properties of activated charcoal can help unclog pores and absorb environmental pollutants, oil, and dirt from the skin, without adsorbing vitamins and nutrients that are vital for the skin.
This terrific guide by Bodyunburdened will walk you through the steps you need to prepare “DIY All-Natural Blackhead Busting Blackout Mask”.
Quote “Applying this mask one to two times a week can make a SERIOUS difference in the overall appearance of your skin — texture, pore size, blemishes.”
Apply Topical Retinoids
Retinoids (retinol) are vitamin A-based formulas, and are considered as one of the best treatments to unclog pores, and clear debris from pores. Plus they help to regulate skin cell turnover.
Check out this guide by Dermcollective on how to use retinol for blackheads, how retinol benefits skin, who should avoid using retinol, and much more.
Steam Open Your Pores
There are a lot of facial steamers out there. Luckily Audrey Victoria has tested for you the best nano ionic facial steamer on Amazon.
Watch the entire video to see her final thoughts and verdicts. You’ll find out if it’s worth to give a try.
Learn How To Safely Use A Comedone Extractor
If you want to learn all the secrets of blackhead removal and extraction, then watch this video. You’ll see how Dr. Sandra Lee, aka Dr. Pimple Popper demonstrates her technique to safely get rid of blackheads.
Pull Them All Out With Blackhead Remover Vacuum
If you haven’t already heard, blackhead remover vacuums and pore cleaners are definitely effective tools in helping to regularly clear pore congestion.
Blackheads suck – in. So, fight back and suck all of your blackheads – out.
Watch this video review of blackhead vacuum suction with built-in microscope by Tina Yong, if you are interested more in this device or even tempted to use one of these suckers.
You should avoid squeezing your blackheads, because squeezing a spot can push the inflammation deeper. And what’s worse this can cause scarring of the skin.
And if you really can’t help it, and just love squeezing blackheads, then read this article by Vice.
You’ll discover why squeezing blackheads is so addictive and so satisfying.
Victoria’s Secret Blackhead Viral-Hack
Victoria’s Secret model came up with a viral-hack to get rid of blackheads. Find out more on Insider, how VS star surprised everyone with a treatment straight off the shelves.
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