Baking soda and water
Baking soda is a common kitchen item that you might not realize you can eliminate blackheads with it. Baking soda helps to neutralize any pH imbalance your skin may have, as well as work as an exfoliant to remove dirt, oil and dead skin cells. To use this on your blackheads, mix two tablespoons of baking soda and two tablespoons of water together to form a paste. Massage the paste onto your face, rinse off with warm water, and then be sure to moisturize afterward. This mixture could dry your skin, so don’t use it more than two or three days a week.
Turmeric can be used to help remove blackheads due to its antibacterial, antifungal, and anti-inflammatory properties. To use, take one tablespoon of kasturi turmeric and mix with one tablespoon of water or coconut oil to form a paste, apply the paste to your face and let it sit for 10 to 15 minutes before washing it off.
Coconut oil and sugar scrub
While blackheads on your chin and around your mouth are common, blackheads can occur on your body, too. Dermatologist recommends mixing coconut oil and sugar to make a body scrub can get rid of dead skin cells .
Putting green tea on your face can help decrease your skin’s oil production and works as a great antioxidant. Mix one teaspoon of dry green tea leaves with one teaspoon of water and massage it into the affected areas for three minutes. After that, rinse it off and apply a moisturizer. This treatment can be used two or three days a week.