The Best At Home DIY Blackhead Remover Mask life + style blog [DIY Blackhead remover mask!!]

You’ll love this SUPER easy, at-home DIY Blackhead Remover Mask!

Like most of you, I would LOVE to just go out on a whim and buy the most luxurious face mask – but lets be realistic here – ain’t nobody got the money for that! :P  I discovered that you can create a TON of face masks right at home using basic ingredients that you will probably have chilling on the pantry shelf. This DIY blackhead remover face mask works WONDERS. I was so excited to try it out knowing I could scoot to the pantry in my pajamas – no trip to the store needed.

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For this DIY blackhead remover mask you will need:

1/2 Tablespoon honey

1 Teaspoon fine sea salt (or regular salt will do just as well!)

1 Teaspoon baking soda

Mix all the ingredients together and apply to your face in circular motions. Let the mask do-its-thang and leave on for 5 minutes. After the 5 minutes is up, use warm water to rinse the mask off your face using the same circular motions.

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Now, the first time I slapped this mask on I may have possibly been a little overzealous (who, me?!) and put the mixture on really thick. The mask literally was running down my face making it feel like tiny little critters were crawling on me – not cool, I know. So apply a healthy amount of the mixture to you face, but in this case more is not necessarily more. My whole family loved this face mask. My brother and husband even tried it! (and now the hubby is asking what else we have in the pantry to pamper ourselves haha!) This DIY blackhead remover mask makes your blackheads disappear and leaves your skin SO smooth and soft!

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  • Reply Madison

    I like that you used good ingredients for this and no glue, haha. What is the shelf life on this mask?

    August 21, 2016 at 4:22 pm
  • Reply Brianna

    This was great, tried it out and I loved it. I added baking soda for oxygenation. My skin feela great.

    November 13, 2016 at 11:38 pm
    • Reply Tamara

      It has baking soda in the recipe. Did you mean something different?

      January 3, 2017 at 10:19 pm
  • Reply Tamara

    How often do you use this remedy? How long til you saw results?

    January 3, 2017 at 10:22 pm
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