How To Get Rid Of Blackheads On Nose Fast? Aash Thomas February 8, 2015 Beauty Tips In recent times, for any official meeting, you can either meet a person face-to-face or meet him through Skype or social media websites. Unlike when meeting in person, your face is the most visible part available in social media websites and people can draw instant conclusion about you, based on assumptions. Since assumptions are made within seven seconds automatically without people’s control, you have to keep your face bright and presentable for all occasions. The reason being, first impressions are difficult to be reconsidered. Nowadays, youngsters are interested in having a clean, bright face, as they believe they have a better chance of success in interviews, by this. The major obstacles which teenagers face are pimples and blackheads on the face and nose. In this article, we have written about not only the cause of origin of blackheads, but also about how to get rid of blackheads on nose fast, by various treatments available. The first smile of acknowledgement on your face could speak a million words. Take care to present the easy noticeable part of your body in a way that is pleasing to others- regardless of age, culture, race, language, gender, accent and voice. How To Get Rid of Blackheads On Nose and Face The other medical term for blackheads is open comedones, which are small, dark spots on the surface of your skin, face, neck, etc. They are usually called the first stage acne and are usually known as hair follicles filled with sebum, an oily substance. Oil attracts old dead cells and bacteria, allowing the follicle to expand and become a blackhead. They are caused mainly due to hormonal changes, and the least causing factors are unclean skin, cosmetics, smoking, stress, alcohol and caffeine. Buying Medicine On Your Own If you had got a fair idea of medicines for simple illnesses, such as pimples, cough and cold, you would have gone to the pharmacist and bought medicines of your choice, without a prescription. Treatments for blackheads on nose will be available at every grocery and drug stores in the form of a gel, cream, etc. These products can be applied directly to the affected areas. They contain components such as resorcinaol, benzoyl peroxide and salicylic acid. They clear blackheads by drying residual oil, make the skin shed dead cells and cause the removal of bacteria. Natural Remedies To Clear Blackheads Pre-preparation It is always advisable to act as per the instructions mentioned below. Wash your hands properly because you do not want your face to be covered with germs and pollutants. Take a hand wash towel, dip it in hot water and after straining out the water, apply on your face and pat dry. The steam will open the clogged pores, and the water will remove the impurities. Mix three tablespoons of sugar with five tablespoons of water, till they become a mixture. Dry out the residual water. By using your fingers, rub the mixture gently on your nose and face in circular rotations. The sugary mixture acts as an exfoliator clearing your nose of all impurities and dead skin cells. Tomatoes Tomatoes are easily found in any kitchen household, but seldom has their medicinal properties come to the fore. You can take a small tomato, peel, mash and stir the tomato, till it is a paste. Apply as a layer over the affected areas. Leave it overnight. Washing with clean water in the morning can give you a refreshing feeling. The change in your skin can be seen in fifteen days, depending upon your body type and skin. Lemon Lemon is considered one of the best antibiotic and is an easily available natural ingredient for the treatment of blackheads. Make a mixture of five tablespoons of lemon juice and one tablespoon of salt, in a bowl. Rotate the mixture, in circular motions with a teaspoon, for five minutes. Apply the mixture on all blackhead areas, give a gap of twenty minutes and wash your face with warm water. Ensure that you do not touch your eyes, or you will have a burning sensation for some time. Honey All the medicinal properties of honey have not been discovered by Medical Science. Apply honey on the areas affected with blackheads. After a duration of twenty minutes, wash with warm water. You can also avail for another wash with hot water and use a wash towel if you get a sticky feeling- characteristic of honey. Baking Soda With Water Prepare a mixture, mixing baking soda with water. Apply on the parts of the nose with blackheads and give ten minutes for the mixture to dry. You can rinse with warm water to remove the impurities (oil, dirt and dead cells). Other Methods To Get Rid of Blackheads On Nose and Face Prepare a paste of two tablespoons of oatmeal, three tablespoons of yogurt, five teaspoons of lemon juice and add three teaspoons of olive oil. Gently, apply the paste to the areas having blackheads. Give a quarter of an hour time and then wash the face with cold water. Ensure that you clean your face properly. An apple a day keeps the doctor away – was the proverb thirty years ago. In recent times, even eggs have found a place in providing nourishment of every type, whether it be proteins, vitamins, carbohydrates and minerals, as per the daily requirements of an individual. Take two eggs, separate the whites from yolks and add one tablespoon of honey. Stir the two completely until you get a paste. After a gap of 30 minutes, in relation to applying the mixture, clean your face with warm water. A paste of cinnamon powder (three tablespoons) with lime juice (same quantity) can be applied overnight to the affected areas and washed with warm water in the morning. Prevention Is Better Than Cure You can wash your face with cold water when you wake up, to rejuvenate your nerves. The same practice in the night can be continued with warm water, and you can clean your face from pollutants and dead cells. If you are the one suffering from acne, be cautious to avoid oily foods, lotions and sunscreens with oil as the main ingredient.