Blackheads on the nose are caused by blockages in the ducts of the sebaceous glands, which leads to accumulation of sebum and the formation of white nodules under the skin. So they are visible as black dots. You can get rid of this phenomenon not only with the help of modern medical devices, but also with folk methods.
Egg mask for blackheads on the nose
Prepare the following mixture: in 1 egg white (raw) add 2 tsp. lemon juice and the same amount of juice from aloe leaves. Beat everything thoroughly with a mixer and mix. Then apply the resulting composition to clean skin in the area of the nose and leave the mask until it dries completely. It will take 10-15 minutes. After the allotted time, rinse everything off under cold running water.
Effectively removes black spots on the nose (and not only) with regular baking soda. However, it is highly undesirable to use it if even small pimples and any other inflammation are present on the skin.
Stir 0.5 tsp. soda and the same amount of fine salt. Rinse your face under warm water, then soak a cotton swab in the resulting mixture and gently treat the skin on your nose. In this case, you can not rub the affected area too hard. Rinse everything off under cool water immediately after application and apply a moisturizer to your skin. Optionally, you can replace the baking soda with chopped oatmeal or bran.
It is recommended to use such a cleanser no more than once a week.
Try using rice to get rid of blackheads on your nose. This is a rather outdated but effective way. Thoroughly rinse a quarter cup of rice under cold water, then put it in a small saucepan and top with boiling water so that the liquid completely covers the rice. Remove the mixture to a dark place and leave overnight. Strain the rice in the morning and mash it until it becomes a thick gruel. Use the resulting product as a cleansing mask or scrub: apply to the skin, leave for 15 minutes, then rinse.
Soap and salt
Take a small piece of cotton wool, soak it in hot water and lather thoroughly with soap until a thick foam forms. Sprinkle a small amount of salt on top of the soap wool and gently, in circular light movements, treat the skin in the area of the nose. Leave the mixture for 1-2 minutes, then wash first with warm and then cold water.
Such a procedure gives an excellent effect if it is performed after preliminary steaming of the face. In addition, 10 minutes after using this method, it is recommended to wipe the treated skin with aloe juice or disinfectant lotion.
Another folk remedy that will help you remove black spots on your nose is regular kefir. This product has the ability to dissolve sebum due to the fact that a number of acids are present in its composition. Just regularly lubricate the skin on your nose with kefir and after a while wash your face under cool water. This product is ideal for those who have oily or combination skin.
Prepare the following composition, which it is advisable to use after steaming the skin of the face: squeeze out a little (about 2 tsp) shaving foam into a small container, add 1 tsp. hydrogen peroxide, the same amount of lemon juice and a pinch of salt. Mix everything thoroughly and treat the skin on the nose, while gently rubbing the mixture with your fingertips and not especially rubbing into the skin. Leave it on for 1-2 minutes, then rinse everything off with cold water and apply on the face first a disinfectant lotion and then a moisturizer.