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THE WOMAN TOOK UP HER TOOTH BURSH AND SCRUBBED HER NOSE UNTIL THIS RESULT CAME OUT!

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How to Clear Blackheads with Toothpaste

No matter what age you are, or whether you’re a male or female, you’ve probably suffered with a blackhead recently. Blackheads are “clogged hair follicles” that are filled with excess oil, dead skin and bacteria.[1] The best skin treatment methods are those that use preventative measures to help stop blackheads before they start. But even the perfect skin regimen will still result in the occasional blackhead you just need to get rid of as fast as possible.          THE WOMAN TOOK UP HER TOOTH BURSH AND SCRUBBED HER NOSE UNTIL THIS RESULT CAME OUT!

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Select the proper type of toothpaste. You will need to ensure you use only the proper type of toothpaste. It needs to be the white paste kind, and not the gel kind.[2] It should also be the plainest type of toothpaste available, not the whitening or sensitivity kind. A mint-flavoured toothpaste is also helpful.

The “toothpaste method” is highly recommended by a number of DIY experts and average people, but it is not recommended by doctors. The reason why toothpaste works to get rid of blackheads and other pimples is because it contains ingredients that help dry out the infected pores. However, as you can imagine, toothpaste also contains many other ingredients that could potentially cause other problems with your skin, including an allergic reaction. Feel free to try out the “toothpaste method” but know that your doctor may not approved. If you’re concerned, try some of the other suggestions that include only pure ingredients.

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Wash your face and apply the toothpaste. Wash and dry your face, with warm water, using your normal daily routine. Apply a layer of toothpaste to affected areas such as your nose or chin. Let the toothpaste dry completely. After the toothpaste is dry, gently rub it around on your skin to help remove the blackheads from your pores. Wash and dry your face again.
Instead of using your fingers, you can apply the toothpaste to your face using a face cloth soaked in olive or almond oil. You can rub the toothpaste into your skin with the face cloth for a few minutes.

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Add salt to the toothpaste for quicker results. Wash and dry your face, with warm water, using your normal daily routine. Make a mixture of 1 part toothpaste and 1 part salt. (If the mixture is too thick, add a few drops of water to thin it out.) Rub the mixture onto your face and leave it for about 5-10 minutes. Gently rub the toothpaste mixture around to remove the blackheads from your pores before washing it off. Apply your normal daily moisturizer after your face has been dried.

Make sure your face remains moist throughout this whole process.
As an alternative to salt, you can use baking soda.
Before your moisturize, you can also rub an ice cube around on your face to help close the pores to prevent bacteria from getting inside.

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Use sunscreen daily. SPF protection should be in any moisturizer you put on any part of your body. And you should use moisturizer with SPF protection year-round on your face.

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Use oil-free or mineral make-up. Powder-based make-up is also better than cream-based make-up. Always remember to thoroughly remove all your make-up before you go to bed

Also remember that it’s important to wash your make-up tools and brushes regularly as bacteria and dirt build up on them over time. Wash them with warm water and a gentle soap.

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Drinks lots of water. Hydration is extremely important for all your skin and the best way to hydrate your skin is simply by drinking lots of water.

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