Baking Soda

It not only works as an exfoliant to scrub away dead skin cells, leaving the skin soft and smooth, it’s also an incredible contender against those unwanted blackheads. In a small bowl, mix a tablespoon of baking soda with a small amount of water to form a paste.  Apply the paste to your blackheads and allow it to dry for about 10 minutes. Rinse with warm water.


Honey has both antibacterial and antiseptic properties that help remove blackheads by destroying germs or impurities that clog pores. It also tightens and hydrates your pores. Heat a tablespoon of honey in a small jar until it is warm. Dab some of the warm honey onto any blackheads and allow it to soak in for about 10 minutes, then rinse. Repeat daily.

For more beneficial results, I discovered, that mixing baking soda with honey, adding few drops of water, works as amazing purifying mask and if you give a little bit of massage before washing it, you will feel and see how you skin become smoother and brighter. Take one tablespoon of honey and half of baking soda, add one tablespoon of water and mix. Apply mask on dry face, leave it for 10 minutes. After that, if mask is sticky you can dip your fingers in water and gently massage all over face. You can do it three times a week.


This nutrient-rich grain is safe and effective on different skin conditions such as blackheads and sensitive skin. It’s used as a cleanser and exfoliant, loosening clogged pores that lead to blackheads. Cook a large cup of oatmeal with water, if possible distilled water that is free of contaminants.  Allow the oatmeal to cool down before applying to your blackheads. Leave it for 10 to 20 minutes and then rinse with water. Repeat at least every two days.

So, go ahead and try it, you can leave a comment below how it went 😊