GET RID OF BLACKHEADS WITH A TOOTHBRUSH AND THIS ONE INGREDIENT

jeudi 23 juin 2016
The unsightly black spots that often appear on the nose, cheeks and the chin, also called blackheads, are actually clogged sebaceous glands. The black color comes from the dust, debris, cosmetics, and pieces of the epidermis that have been collected. Blackheads are normally harmless, unless they become inflamed due to infections. Therefore, this cosmetics issue should be relieved in time and in a proper way, preferably using non-aggressive methods that possibly traumatize your skin.


This is an example of a method that is painless, and extremely efficient when it comes to reducing pores and excessive skin fat on your face, as well as preventing acne appearance.
HOW TO REMOVE BLACKHEADS ON YOUR FACE USING A TOOTHBRUSH
  1. take a new, unused toothbrush or disinfect an old one by boiling it in water for about five minutes
  2. before you start the treatment, make a chamomile or mint tea and steam your face over it for about five to ten minutes. The steaming is particularly beneficial for unclogging your pores and hence alleviating the removal of blackheads.
  3. put a little toothpaste on the problematic areas and let it stay for five minutes
  4. gently brush your skin with the toothbrush
  5. rinse the toothpaste from your face using warm water and then pat your face dry. In the end, apply some moisturizer
  6. after each use, disinfect your toothbrush
  7. do this treatment once or twice a week, depending on how frequent your skin needs to be treated
In case you wonder why you should use toothpaste, you should know that most toothpaste contains substances like hydrogen peroxide, baking soda, witch hazel, and alcohol, all of which useful for eliminating blackheads. Still, it is important to take in consideration that not all types of toothpaste are favorable for the epidermis. That is why you should choose a product that does not contain great amounts of abrasive compounds and mint. Toothpastes made on herbal basis, like sage, chamomile etc, are the best for your gentle face skin.

Source: http://www.healthyfoodplans.net/
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