Tuesday, November 8, 2011

How to Get Rid of Blackheads With Tape

Blackheads are unappealing, unattractive and a bit of an annoyance, particularly as they have a way of ranging up at the most inconvenient times--like the morning before a big date. The greatest way to deal w/ them is through the stringent application of medicated facial washes. But however good, this method can need some weeks of your time before any results are visible. If you need to get rid of your blackheads immediately, but can't afford a box of those costly removal strips, the solution may be lying in the bottom of your desk drawer. There are three different methods of blackhead removal using popular household items and the world's most popular adhesive strip: tape.

Method 1:The Elmer's Approach
  • Pour some 1 tsp. of white school glue into the palm of your hand.
  • Using the tip of your index finger, apply a liberal coat of glue to the affected area. Smooth the glue to produce an even layer over your skin.
  • Allow the glue to dry for approximately 10 minutes.
  • Cover the glue with a long strip of clear tape, pressing securely to ensure that a decent seal is formed between the two products.
  • Wait an additional 5 minutes and then carefully peel off the tape. You should be able to find the blackheads bound in the glue.
Method 2:The Sweeter Way
  • Follow this "sensitive skin" formula if you have a hard reaction to glue, or simply find the idea unappealing. Mix ½ cup granulated sugar, ¼ cup honey and 2 tbsp. lemon juice in a small pan.
  • Put over medium heat. Clip on a candy thermometer and begin to raise. When the mixture gives 245 degrees F, remove it from the heat.
  • Stir in 1 tsp. of glycerol and mix until well-blended.
  • Set the mixture aside and allow it to cool slightly. When it is still warm to the touch, but not so hot as to be uncomfortable, apply it to the affected area.
  • Spread the mixture equally with the tips of your fingers and then cover it with a clean of clean cloth.
  • Press the cloth securely into place and hold in position for 10 seconds. Wait for 5 minutes and cover the cloth strip with a piece of adhesive tape.
  • Leave in place an additional 10 minutes, then peel the tape away, removing the blackheads from your skin.
Method 3:The Knox Technique

  • Try this option method if the first 2 don't work for you. Begin by placing 1 tbsp. of unflavored gelatin and 1 ½ tbsp. of milk in a microwave-proof bowl.
  • Mix w/ a fork until well-blended.
  • Microwave on full power for 15 seconds.
  • Apply to the involved area and allow the milk mixture to dry for 20 minutes.
  • Cover the milk application w/ strips of clear tape and press firmly into place.
  • Wait an additional 10 minutes and then slowly peel the tape away.

2 comments:

Skylar said...

I tried "The Elmer's Approach" and it didnt work.

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