Best Ways to Remove blackheads


Make a DIY Cinnamon Mask

Cinnamon is an anti-bacterial spice that has exfoliating effects on the skin. It is also great for blackheads removal. Mix 2 teaspoons of cinnamon powder with 1 teaspoon of honey and mix well.

Start with soaking a towel or washcloth in warm water, squeeze it, and lay it on the areas that have blackheads. Areas with more blackheads are your nose, around the nose, and chin. When the towel cools down, dip it in in warm water, squeeze and lay again. Keep the towel on for at least 5 minutes.

Apply the mixture to the areas that have the most blackheads. Gently rub to remove the blackheads and exfoliate the skin. Remove the mixture with a washcloth and rinse with water. Apply toner to soothe skin.

Make a DIY Cinnamon Mask

Written by Guy Dawson
2 months ago


Blackheads are formed when the pores in our skin are clogged with dirt, oil, and dead skin cells. Cleansing your skin gently with cleansing milk helps keep the skin free from dirt and debris that may clog the pores.

To get rid of blackheads, wash your face with lukewarm water to soften the skin pores, dry your face and use cleansing milk to activate the pores and gently exudate the black matter hiding inside.


Written by Jesus Burgess
8 months ago

Blackheads Removal Strips

Blackheads removing strips are available in the pack of 3, 6, or 10. Order them online or check if your nearest cosmetics store has one. Read the instructions on the packet carefully and if you have an allergy read the ingredients list or contact the doctor before using them.

Clean your face and pat it dry with a towel. Apply the strip on the area that has blackheads, most people have blackheads on and around their nose.

Some strips may require you to wet the strip after application. Wet your hand and pat the strip to make it wet and sticky. When it is sticking well to the nose, leave it on and wait 15-25 minutes or until it dries. When it’s completely dry, pull off the strip gradually or at once. It may hurt a little because it removes a thin layer of the akin along with the blackheads. Do not make it wet again because it won’t remove the blackheads when it's wet. 

Written by Martha Fisher
2 months ago

Clean Everything that Comes in Contact with the Skin

If you have blackheads, it’s because your face is getting dirty and the dirt is clogging your skin's pores. It could be getting dirty because of the items that come in contact with the skin, such as your pillow sheets, face mask, hands, and towel.

Keep your hands clean and avoid touching your face. Wash the sheets and pillow covers regularly and if you wear a face mask, change it every day. 

Clean Everything that Comes in Contact with the Skin

Written by Essie Burns
1 year ago

Take Steam

Our skin has small pores that become clogged with dead skin cells, dirt, and oils. These clogged pores form comedones that are responsible for acne, pustules, blackheads, and whiteheads.

To remove blackheads from your face, take steam for 5 to 10 minutes to soften the skin and open up pores. When the pores are soft, the next step is oozing out the blackheads. Use a blackhead remover stick or blackheads strip to remove the blackheads.

Written by Betsy Carpenter
7 months ago

Do you know the BEST WAY TO Remove Blackheads?

This topic is tagged








Remove nose blackheads

Clean nose pores

Share this page

Related topics

image for topic 'Treat acne'
Best Ways to

Treat acne

image for topic 'Prevent acne'
Best Ways to

Prevent acne

image for topic 'Exfoliate skin'
Best Ways to

Exfoliate skin

image for topic 'Clear skin'
Best Ways to

Clear skin

image for topic 'Exfoliate face'
Best Ways to

Exfoliate face

image for topic 'Remove pubic hair'
Best Ways to

Remove pubic hair

image for topic 'Smooth skin'
Best Ways to

Smooth skin

image for topic 'Have a glow up'
Best Ways to

Have a glow up

Add new topic

Do you have a suggestion on a new topic? Please contribute!
Best Ways to
This site is protected by reCAPTCHA.
The Google Privacy Policy & Terms of Service apply.

Explore other topics

Disclaimer: This web site gathers "Best Ways" to do things from contributing users. Any application of ANY recommendations set forth on this site is at the viewer's discretion and sole risk. Examples (non exhaustive): Some of the topics relates to health (physical or mental). The recommendations set forth on such topics (or any other topic) are not intended as a substitute for the medical advice and supervision of your personal physician. Other topics relates to economics, investments and legal issues. None of the recommendations set forth on such topics (or any other topic) are intended as investment, tax, accounting or legal advice. Your use of the Information presented to you is at your own risk. The Information is provided 'as is' and without warranties, either expressed or implied.
For to operate properly cookies are needed. By surfing further on this site you consent to us setting cookies in your browser as well as to our privacy policy and our terms of service. Click this button to accept / remove this message.