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Blackheads are those unsightly black pores filled with gunk that makes them so noticeable. Simply popping the blackhead is not the problems as sometimes they are so numerous, that the popping method of ridding your skin of blackheads is just not efficient. Below we showcase some tried and tested natural ways to cure your skin of those ghastly blackheads.

Get rid of blackheads the natural way. Use our natural home remedies to remove blackheads from face and skin with facial scrubs, home treatments and potions made with homemade natural ingredients.

Home Remedy for Blackheads

Image of blackheads on nose Epsom Salts
Remove blackheads by combining 1/4 cup of very hot water and 1 teaspoon of Epsom salts with 4 drops of iodine. Mix well and let cool until warm to the touch. Dip a cotton ball and apply to the blackhead and surrounding area. When mixture is dry gently remove with a washcloth.

This sounds too easy, yet toothpaste is one of the most versatile health items in the bathroom. Use toothpaste as a facial scrub. Squeeze some onto your hands or face towel and wipe all over your face, especially the problem areas such as your nose. Wash off with cold water or in the shower. Awesome, inexpensive and toothpaste really works.

You can get rid of a blackhead by squeezing it. A blackhead is a very blocked and gunk filled pore. Wash you hands and pop the blackhead with fingers then apply neosporin directly to area. The blackhead will be gone and there will be no trace of any scaring within 1 to 2 days.

Salt and Vinegar Scrub
Combine salt and vinegar (any sort) into a paste and apply to infected area. Leave on overnight and wash off in morning with warm water. Do this 4 or 5 nights in a row and blackhead or acne problem will be solved.

Honey, Sugar & Milk Scrub
Mix 1 tablespoon sugar with 1 teaspoon honey and enough milk to form a paste. Rub onto to the skin and leave for 30 minutes. Wash your face thoroughly with warm water to remove facial scrub.

Pore Strips
Blackheads can be removed by using pore strips that can be purchased at almost any chemist or drug store. The pore strips are applied to the affected area and peeled away.

Lemon Juice
Apply undiluted lemon juice to the blackhead affected areas three times a day. Be careful with sensitive skin as the lemon juice could, in rare cases, burn the skin.

Boric Acid
Mix a half tablespoon of boric acid powder with one and a half cup of hot water and applying it to the affected area is a popular home remedy to rid the face of unsightly blackheads and pimples. Apply to the affected are. Leave for 15 to 20 minutes and wash off with warm soapy water.

All home remedies for the removal of blackheads stated above are strictly non professional treatments and should not be used as a substitute for professional advice. Always seek medical advice if problems persist.

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