One most often finds these on the nose or chin: blackheads. Particularly for those with a mixed skin type, they can be constantly annoying. The fight against the little black spots on the face is tough, because they’re incredibly difficult to get rid of permanently. They are most commonly found in the area known as the T-Zone (forehead, nose, chin), because the skin in these regions of the face produce a lot of fat. As a result, a large amount of suet gets stored in the pores and blocks them more and more.
The mask should have the consistency of a runny yoghurt. When you’re happy with the consistency, place the bowl into the microwave for 30 seconds. When you take the bowl out of the microwave, check with your little finger to see whether the temperature of the mask is pleasant for your face.
If the temperature is okay, then begin spreading the mask on your face. The regions of the eyes and mouth you leave out. An old, clean cosmetic brush is very useful for spreading the mask over the skin. If you don’t have a brush, you can of course, just use your hands. Finally, leave the mask for 15 minutes to do its thing. When the mask starts pulling away from around the mouth, then it’s dry enough from you to start pulling it off your face. Be mindful to pull from the outside of the nose towards the bridge so that you have every opportunity to remove the blackheads.Straight after removing the mask, you can see the results! To soothe your skin, you should use a face moisturiser, because gelatine dries out the skin.
Try it yourself! You will see that impurities continually disappear from your face.
Source: EVERYTHING for Your Health
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