DIY: BLACKHEAD REMOVAL PASTE


Hey!

I hope you all are doing well. I'm back with a new DIY post for you guys. I am one of those mad heads who love to pop zits and extract blackheads. I absolutely loathe blackheads. And trust me folks, I’ve tried all kinds of pore strips and pore masks. Unfortunately, none of them worked for me, so one of my friends suggested that I should try a mixture of toothpaste and shampoo for the removal of blackheads. I was seriously shocked when I heard her saying this, since toothpaste is used for teeth and shampoo for hair. However, I was curious to see the result so I did exactly what she asked me to do. I made a mixture of these 2 products and applied it on my nose for about 5 minutes. It worked! It actually worked for me. All of my blackheads were gone, and then I gave her a tight hug for this amazing home remedy. If you have a super cute but dirty nose, give this DIY a go!

Here's what you need:
1) A toothpaste (Preferably Colgate, it's my favorite toothpaste.)
2) Shampoo (I like Tresemme, but you can choose whatever you want.)
3) Bowl (This particular bowl belongs to my mommy so if I am using it, I have to wash it clean as well.)

Mix a little bit of toothpaste with a drop of shampoo in a bowl. Apply this mixture for about 5 minutes and voila you're done. Do try this DIY and let me know the results down below. Also, you can reach me through Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. It worked for me and it should work for you too.
  

 
 
 
Thank you so much for reading and stay tuned for more updates.
Until next time!

20 comments:

  1. This look like an easy and amazing tip. Would try this out and let you know the results. Thank you for sharing such an amazing tip.

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  2. GOD I DID THIS TODAY AND IT WORKS LIKE MAGIC! I typed in caps because I actually yelled in my mind! I didn't mix the shampoo and just put on colgate on my nose, it burnt a little but it did wonder!

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    1. That's great, Areeba. Thanks for sharing! x ^-^

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  3. It is a very easy DIY i have a lot of blackheads on my nose I'll definitely trying it Thanks for sharing
    Glamorous without the Guilt

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    1. You definitely should. Welcome! ^-^ x

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  4. I'm going out with my friends today. I should try this rn! Thank you for sharing!! :D

    http://ohmymascara.blogspot.com/

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  5. I am so trying this though I hope I dont sneeze! :p
    xx
    Maliha Rao / Red Alice Rao

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  6. wow, so simple... will definitely give it a try, Thanks!

    Love XoxoX
    http://www.walkinvogue.blogspot.com/

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  7. Great diy, I'm so trying this out.

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  8. i had try it and it really works great tip thx for sharing

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    1. That's amazing. Thanks for sharing! ^-^ <3

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  9. It sounds really simple and I am glad it works for most people. However, it is never a very good idea to play around with such a high pH (basic) when our skin is mildly acidic. For example my skin is really sensitive and it burns around my mouth where the skin is thinner when I brush my teeth. It does red and then almost black and dries out. This is why we often find soaps harsh and drying for our skin as they have excess alkali (water soluble base). Do be careful and try not to do this too often :)

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    1. Yes, sure. Thanks for your advice. ^-^ x

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  10. Aaah finally i got something diff other than creams for black heads hope it works for me. Thanks alot for such a helping remedy ♥

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  11. I will definitely try this out as my nose is nothing but a blackhead territory,lol. Will tell you if it's effective!

    Chaste & Beautiful

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