5 Effective Blackhead Removal Remedies That Actually Work

(Last Updated On: April 1, 2019)
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*This post may contain affiliate links. So if you purchase anything using the links, we may end up making a small commission. Thanks for supporting. Blackheads are the pesky tiny black spots, which are found on your face as if they’ve rented the space like a boss. Blackheads can be embarrassing. Fret not! Just go through these Top 5 Effective Ways For Blackhead Removal.


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Blackheads are mostly common to oily skinned people but that doesn’t make others safe. It can also occur in other skin types due to various reasons like improper diet, failing skincare routine, stress, etc, etc, etc.

I’ve combination-al skin which tends to be oily at times. So blackheads aren’t new to me. We’re old buddies. It’s just that they actually don’t pay me the rent. Rest is all good.

If you survived that dead humor, KUDOS!

O yeah! Most of these blackhead removal tricks would work well for whiteheads too.

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  1. My tried and tested blackhead remover is powdered charcoal and school glue it works ! Mix thoroughly together in stainless/plastic bowl apply to all of face liberally flat make up brush ( primark type ) covering all skin with exception of eyes……leave on for thirty minutes them peel off. Incredible the rubbish that peels off with it including blackheads, use a vitamin c serum afterwards to feed the skin. Result perfect clean refreshed skin.

  2. Non flavored gelatin (1pkg) + small amt of water + little lemon juice to make gel like paste. Apply to face avoiding eyes or eyebrows. Wait about 15 min until hardens then peel off.

    • I have heard about gelatin + milk paste. This sounds another gelatin version. Will definitely try it. Thanks for sharing!

    • Baking soda is said to balance your skin pH level and it’s also a great exfoliant. It actually removes big blackheads with ease. With that being said, ALWAYS do a patch test before using, just to be sure. It’s better to be safe than sorry.