It’s amazing how simple things around the house can be used as an alternative to skin care products. Surprisingly, one of the things that most people don’t know is the uses of Elmer's Glue as a blackhead removal peel-off mask.

As our face get exposed to pollution and free radicals in our daily lives, our pores get clogged and dirty that eventually leads to accumulation of excess oils that become blackheads.

Of course, there are lots of blackheads and whiteheads removal strips in the market, but what we do emphasize here is the cheap alternative and more effective way of removing blackheads.

People tried it and were amazed by the results. Some of them say that Elmer's Glue takes out more blackheads that the commercial removal strips available in the market. Some are hesitant to try but did it anyway and were shocked that it really worked for them.

So if you want to have a blackhead-free face, here's the things you need:

1. Towel for Cold Water

2. Towel for Warm Water

3. Cotton Buds

4. Warm and Cold Water

5. Elmer's Glue

6. Any moisturizer (optional)

Here are the steps on how to do it:

1. Wash off your face, be sure to take out all your makeup. 

2. Soak a towel in warm water and rinse then dampen your nose with it. Do it for 2 minutes to open up your pores.

3. Apply Elmer's Glue evenly using a Cotton Buds. Make sure to put more glue on the crease because it is the favorite hotspot for blackheads.

4. Let the glue dry off.

5. Gently peel off with your fingers.

6. Gently damp your nose with a towel soaked in cold water for 5 minutes until your pores close.

7. Apply moisturizer to make it smooth.

Although not the best and orthodox way of removing blackheads, it is somewhat as effective as other removal products out there.

Warning: Make sure to test your for skin sensitivity first before doing it. Put an ample amount of Elmer's Glue on your skin, like the back of your hand or your arms. Wait for 5 minutes and check if it gets irritated. If not, then it’s safe to apply it on your nose.

Powered by Blogger.