How to Get Rid Of Blackheads on The Chin

We all know how annoying it can be when we find blackheads underneath our chin. It seems like the more we scrub them away the more they reappear, so we try everything, including blackhead strips which don’t always work. But we can forget about buying does blackhead strips because I’m going to share with you all some home-remedies that you ladies can follow to help get rid of these little blackheads. 

If you ladies are like me you probably suffer from blackheads underneath your chin and around the corners of your nose. Blackheads are nothing but a mild form of acne. Blocked   I have tried almost everything on the market to get rid of these blackheads I went from buying black strips for my nose and chin. I even purchased facial cleanser scrubs because I thought I would be able to scrub them off but I was wrong. Over scrubbing your blackheads off can actually make them worse. I know us ladies sometimes easily cover/hide our blackheads with concealers and makeup which is probably the easiest way to cover it but concealer and makeup clog our pores which makes these blackheads to appear worse. 

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Exfoliate on the regular~ Exfoliation removes dead skin cells from the chin and also unclogs pores. But remember ladies avoid over exfoliating it may worsen the condition. Gently scrub to exfoliate the area. 

Making your own Sea Salt. When SHTF knowing how to extract resources from your surroundings is essential. Salt is used for many things including food preservation. If you live near the coast this could be very helpful.

Use Sea Salt for Blackheads~ Ladies sea salt is an excellent antibacterial that unclogs your pores. Mix the sea salt with few drops of lemon juice and a little bit of water, massage the mixture on your chin or wherever the blackhead may be. This will literally dissolve all the dirt and dead skin cells. 

Rhassoul Clay Hair Cleanser is perfect for those are looking for a truly natural hair cleanser that really works. Traditional shampoos are full of chemicals that can damage your hair, irritate your scalp, and even cause hair loss. Shampoos strip your hair of your own natural, beneficial oil called sebum, which causes your body to produce more sebum, aggravating a vicious cycle of an imbalanced system. TO USE: Shake vigorously and apply directly to wet hair. Massage scalp and work through hair. Let it sit for a few minutes then rinse thoroughly. The longer the cleanser is in the hair, the more it will draw. To prevent over-drawing of beneficial oils, leave on for 2 minutes and adjust as needed. This cleanser can be used 1-4 times a week. BENEFITS & INGREDIENTS - Rhassoul Clay is rich in silica which strengthens hair, stimulates hair growth, and improves hair quality. Rhassoul cleans the hair and scalp by removing dirt, debris, and excess oil without completely stripping away beneficial oil. Rhassoul imparts a slightly gritty feeling to the cleanser, which can be very satisfying when massaging the scalp. It benefits the overall condition of your hair and scalp , leaving your hair full of body and vitality. - Herbal infused organic Apple Cider Vinegar helps restore a healthy pH balance to hair, smooths the hair cuticles reducing tangles and breakage, while adding sheen. - Aloe Vera helps to maintain a healthy pH balance for your hair, locks in moisture, and accentuates natural curls. - Borax helps to eliminate dandruff and clean the scalp and hair. Borax is an essential mineral that is listed on the Material Safety Data Sheets as a health hazard of 1 (along with salt and baking soda). Borax and Boric Acid are not the same. - Floral waters diminish the smell of vinegar and leaves a pleasant scent on your hair. The following Floral Waters are available: *Rosemary-stimulates hair growth and treats dandruff or oily hair. *Lemongrass- uplifting and energizing, and it repels bugs. *Orange Blossom (Neroli)- is used to combat stress, headaches, and nervous tension. *Geranium-improves circulation,regulates sebum production, and is stimulating. *Lavender- regenerates cells, encourages hair growth and is relaxing. *Peppermint- astringent that treats oily hair or dandruff. Essential Oils vary depending on the type of cleanser that suits your personal needs: *Rosemary and Clary Sage essential oils are added to the Rosemary Clay Hair Cleanser. *Pine and Litsea Cubeba are added to the Lemongrass Clay Hair Cleanser. *Grapefruit and Litsea Cubeba are added to the Orange Blossom Clay Hair Cleanser. *Cedar Wood and Palmarosa are added to the Geranium Clay Hair Cleanser. *Juniper and Bergamot are added to the Lavender Clay Hair Cleanser. *Red Thyme and Bergamot are added to the Peppermint Clay Hair Cleanser. The scent of the essential oils will linger on your hair even when it has been rinsed. 8 ounce bottle. Also available in 16 ounce size. All products come in BPA free containers that are made from recycled materials and are recyclable. Keep in mind that not all hair products work for everyone. Note: Clary Sage should not be used if you are pregnant or breast feeding. Rosemary should not be used if you are pregnant or suffer from seizures. Cedar Wood should not be used if you are pregnant. Palmarosa should not be used if you are pregnant. Juniper should not be used if you are pregnant. Thyme should not be used if you are pregnant or suffer from seizures.

Use Aloe~ Aloe Vera gel is a great potent remedy for anything dealing with the skin. Apply the gel directly on your chin or affected area and leave it on for 15-20 minutes. Wash off with warm water. 

 

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Use Lemon for Blackheads~ Lemon is good for almost everything, but most importantly blackheads. It prevents blemishes and marks and also evens your skin tone. Literally, all you need is a lemon, a cotton ball or cotton pad, and a squeeze a drop of lemon apply this directly to the blackheads. Once it dries, reapply this same process, do it 5-10 times and then wash your face with lukewarm water. Finish off with your favorite moisturizer to give the face hydration! 

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Egg white face mask~ Ladies if you haven’t heard of this before you probably have been missing out on this trick! This a great peel-off face mask that will work on blackheads, whiteheads, and even acne. You need one egg white and some facial tissue. Wash your face to make sure it is clean before applying this. Place the dry tissue on the affected area where you have blackheads and apply the egg white over the tissue using a makeup brush (don’t worry you can clean it right off). Apply three layers of egg white and wait until it dries. Once this dry, peel off the tissue. It is literally that simple, this is probably one of my favorite DIY masks that I do everytime I get blackheads. 

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Baking Soda And Water for Blackhead Removal~ I think we can admit we use baking soda for anything. Everyone has baking soda somewhere in their house! Take a tablespoon of baking soda and add water to it to form a paste. Apply it on blackheads and rub it in. Leave this mixture on for about 15 minutes before washing it off.

10 #Diabetes #Superfoods - #Citrus The pulpiness of oranges and grapefruit provide a great source of fiber. Eat the whole fruit rather than drink the juice for the maximum benefit of fiber and vitamin C. According to Harvard Medical School, the average orange has a GI score of only 40. Other citrus fruits, such as the grapefruit, have even lower GI scores: a 120-gram grapefruit GI score is a rock-bottom 25.

Vitamin C diet~A healthy diet is key to healthy skin! Vitamin C is an antioxidant that protects and nurtures the skin and prevents acne, blemishes, and blackheads. Vitamin C fights bacterial growth. Consume foods rich in vitamin C, such as papayas, strawberries, vegetables, you can also take vitamin C supplements such as vitamin C gummies! It’s the best way to help boost collagen!  

REMEMBER TO DRINK LOTS OF WATER!!!! IT IS KEY TO FLAWLESS LOOKING SKIN!

Ladies, I hope this quick little blog can help you all! I know how hard it is to struggle with blackheads it can be very annoying… Let me know if any of these tips helped you! Share with me some of your remedies to treat acne or blackheads. 

XOXO,

Ashley L🖤 

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