Cilantro is high in vitamin C, an antioxidant that fights off damage-causing free radicals. It is this same property that helps prevent the oxidation of oil produced by the skin, which, in turn, is very useful in treating blackheads. Vitamin C is also a collagen-booster, making cilantro useful in reviving aging skin while the antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties of cilantro make it a potent remedy for acne.
Blackheads are tiny and bumpy spots that you can see mostly on your nose, chin, and forehead. These are clogged follicles of hair. This is the reason why they appear like black dots, and hence, are called blackheads. It is a very mild type of acne that occurs very commonly.[.....]
Apply a mix of mashed bananas+coconut oil, powdered orange peels+honey, or baking soda+water to the skin in soft, circular motions to exfoliate. Brush on some egg whites or slather on some honey, lemon juice to the area to prevent new breakouts. You can also steam your face and purge the blackheads. Avoid salt and toothpaste remedies and never pick at the zit!
Bentonite Clay - Mix with water or ACV, apply and let dry. Egg White - Wash face, dry and apply a thin layer of egg white over your skin. Honey and Milk - Mix 1 tbsp of organic honey and 1 tsp of milk. Heat for 15 seconds, mix again to blend, cool and apply. Baking Soda - Mix with water, form a paste and apply. Steam - Expose face to bowl of hot water, will open up pores.
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