I was on a recent Pinterest search to figure out how to get rid of blackheads. I knew there had to be an amazing DIY blackhead remover recipe out there, and it seemed that charcoal seemed to be an answer. If you’ve come here for a DIY face mask recipe, you’ve come to the right place! If you’d rather not take the time to make a diy face mask for blackheads, I suggest an awesome product that will also get the job done! It really just comes down to your time, budget, and whether or not you want to make this recipe each time you want a face mask for your blackheads! Both options work wonderfully.
I’ll include this Youtube video I watched that kind of compares the diy face mask, with the black mask that you can buy.
The black mask has awesome reviews and works awesome, especially on those stubborn blackheads on the nose! If you’d rather make a mask, here is the diy blackhead remover recipe:
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How to Get Rid of Blackheads: DIY CHARCOAL FACE MASK
DIY blackhead removal Face mask ingredients:
- 2 capsules activated charcoal
- 1 Tbs Elmer’s non-toxic school glue
- Optional: a drop of essential oil (peppermint, frankincense or tea tree are my favorites for skin)
Directions for making the Charcoal diy face mask:
activated charcoal is well-known for it’s detox properties and is the winning element of this facial mask (According to these 2,000+ reviews, it’s also known for teeth whitening and relieving gas and tummy problems–I’m learning new things every day!)
- Mix charcoal and glue together and then brush onto face, avoiding facial hair (brows, lashes, etc.) and overly sensitive areas.
- Allow it to dry for 40 min-1 hour. Peel it off and examine the blackheads!
This mask is also awesome for removing peach fuzz hair off your face and making your face super soft!
Here’s a video for making the blackhead facial mask:
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What’s YOUR favorite way to get rid of blackheads?