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How to Get Rid of Clogged Pores + Easy to follow DIY Recipe

The Skin Problem That You Might Be Ignoring

The skin is the largest organ of the human body. It is home to our hair follicles, sweat glands, and sebaceous glands (oil glands). These glands produce oil that keep our skin from drying out and protects it from bacteria. But sometimes, this oil can get clogged in pores on the face.

The most common problem with clogged pores on the face is blackheads. Blackheads are caused when dirt and oil get trapped in a pore and oxidize, turning them black. When these blackheads are squeezed or popped open they release an unpleasant smell because they contain a mixture of dead skin cells, bacteria, and sebum (oil).

A lot of people don't realize that there are other types of clogged pores on the face besides blackheads too.

5 Things You Need to Know About Clogged Pores

Pore clogging can be a problem for those with oily skin. It can lead to a breakout, which is not something you want on your face.

1. Pore clogging is usually caused by the accumulation of sebum, dead skin cells, and bacteria in the pores.

2. The best way to prevent clogged pores is to cleanse your face twice a day and use moisturizer every day to keep your skin hydrated and supple.

3. You should also avoid wearing makeup too often or using products that are too heavy for your skin type because they will cause your pores to become blocked even more quickly than usual.

4. If you have an acne-prone skin type, it's important that you use a cleanser that's right for you and avoid scrubbing your face too hard with anything like a makeup brush or towel.

5. Exfoliating your skin in the shower once or twice a week can help keep pores unclogged and can also prevent itchy or dry skin conditions while you sleep.

DIY Recipe for Clogged Pores:

It is important to look after our skin, so making sure it is clean and free of dirt can be something as easy as clogging pores.

There are many DIY recipes to unclog your skin’s pores. This one uses Witch Hazel, Rose Water, Glycerine and Rice Flour. But the star ingredient is Witch Hazel. That's why let's bit more about witch hazel.

Witch hazel is a plant known for its astringent properties, hence it is often used as an ingredient in cleaning products, especially ones designed to remove excess oil from the skin.

It can be useful in the following ways:

-Clean and unclog the pores

-Helps with acne and other skin related problems

-Provides relief from sunburns and insect bites.

Its main benefits are its ability to cleanse, tighten and tone your skin while reducing redness caused by acne or sunburns. You can use witch hazel as a toner by mixing water with it or use it on a cotton pad to cleanse your skin without drying it out.

This DIY recipe is for all my friends struggling with clogged pores, blackheads and other skin issues. Here’s what you will need:

- Rose water: 2 tablespoons

- Witch hazel: 2 tablespoons

- Glycerine: 1 tablespoon

- Rice flour: 1 tablespoon

Mix these ingredients together and apply to your skin. You can also use this mixture as a toner.

If you want to use this mixture as a facial mask, mix in some oatmeal into the rice flour and mix them together. Apply it on your face for 15 minutes and then rinse it off with lukewarm water.

Let me know, what do you guys think about unclogging pores!

1 Comment

Oct 19, 2023

can You suggest the product for glycerin, rose water

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