Almost there is not a single person who doesn’t have problems with the spots on the nose.
As you look in the mirror your skin may appear blemish-free. But upon closer inspection, you may see small black spots on your nose.
They won’t come off with a towel or wet washcloth. While they are small, these small marks can cause just as much frustration as pimples.
You might even feel more conscious and embarrassed, especially if your day involves a lot of face-to-face conversations.
Just like acne, blackheads occur when your pores are blocked by dirt, oil, or dead skin cells. Sebum builds up and a bump forms on your face. It turns black upon exposure to oxygen, causing those familiar little black spots.
They are common on the T-zone, which consists of the oiliest parts of the face: the forehead, nose, and chin. In some cases, people also get blackheads in their ears.
Blackheads may be difficult to deal with, but there are some easy ways to get rid of them, and keep them away for good.
To get rid of the annoying spots and not spend money on treatments and peeling you can remove them by yourself at home by far cheaper price.
1. Boil water and steam to already washed face for ten minutes, not more. Remember that for this method of cleaning is necessary to cover your head with a towel so the steam can be directed towards your face.
2. What follows is a clean nose with peeling made of a teaspoon of baking soda and a teaspoon of water. Massage the area of the nose with this mixture for 3-5 minutes, then wash your face with water.
3. Finally, you need mixed egg white, which you apply to the nose and around the veiled section you cover the part with a strip of Paloma, or toilet paper. After several seconds you apply the rest of the white on a paper, and wait it to dry thoroughly. When you remove your skin will be smooth and without any spots.