Beauty Tip Of The Day How to unclog pores naturally

To make sure the pores are not blocked with sebum or dead skin cells its important to always deeply cleanse and use this remedy...

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Clogged pores make skin appear dull, lack lustre and generally feel and look unhealthy.

To make sure the pores are not blocked with oil/sebum or dead skin cells its important to always deeply cleanse, exfoliate and rejuvenate the skin (which not only helps give the skin a radiant appeal, it keeps it clear and noticeably healthier).

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Clogged pores result in breakouts

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While clogged pores can be cleared using deep cleansers, home remedies also work well to ensure the skin stays bright and healthy and they come with no side effects even when done often.

This easy steps works to unclog pores for a noticeably healthier, glowing and blemish free skin.

What you need:

1.Tea Tree Oil

2. Scoop of Mud

3. Apple Cider Vinegar

4. Water

It's important to thoroughly clean the face and exfoliate the skin to avoid blemishes play

It's important to thoroughly clean the face and exfoliate the skin to avoid blemishes

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Directions:

1. Steam the face (cleansed prior to this) over a bowl of hot water which helps open up the pores.

2. Mix about 4 drops of tea tree oil, 2 tablespoonfuls of water and apple cider vinegar and a scoop of mud together well.

3. Apply this on the face staying away from the eye areas and leave to dry

4. Let this sit for about 15- 20 minutes

5. Rinse off with water

6. Apply non-comedogenic moisturizer as needed.