Blackheads, natural remedies: iblackheadsare skin impurities formed due to the dilation of theclosed comedones, icomedonesthey are oily masses containing sebum, keratin and sometimes microorganisms, which accumulate inside the hair follicles. To favor the appearance ofblackheadsis a poor cleansing of the face.
Today we will see a series ofnatural remediesforeliminate blackheadsfrom the nose, chin and the so-called T-zone of the face. THEblackheadsthey are very common on the areas of the body richest in sebaceous glands, so not only nose and chin ...blackheadson the back.
Among the herbal remedies we mention the oil ofMalaleuca, also known as Tea tree oil, with antibacterial properties useful in the treatment of blackheads and acne. In addition to tea tree oil there are othersnatural remediesquite effective.
Blackheads, Natural remedies
Eliminate blackheads with sorrel
Sorrel is a perennial herbaceous plant up to one meter high and which has an erect reddish stem with red-green flowers gathered in panicles. It can be harvested in uncultivated meadows or particularly humid countryside. It blooms from May to September and thanks to its active ingredients it is excellentnatural remedyagainst theblackheads. Not only does it help eliminate blackheadsbut avoids the appearance of inflammation, redness of the skin and the reappearance ofblackheadsmitigating excess sebaceous skin.
Advantages: eliminates blackheads and prevents their reappearance
The blackheads must be treated with a mixture obtained by infusing 10 grams of leaves and stem in 1/2 liter of water by applying compresses on the affected part. It is possible to drink an infusion foreliminate blackheadsprepared by infusing 40 grams of roots in 1 liter of water for 10 minutes. We recommend 2 cups a day, one in the morning and one in the evening.
Eliminate blackheads with yarrow
Yarrow is another herbaceous perennial that grows spontaneously in uncultivated fields and along roadsides. It can helpeliminate blackheadsand sebum exclusively for external use: infusion packs are made with 10 grams of flower tops and leaves in 1/2 liter of water.
These natural remedies were reported in the manual recommended by the WWF, "Spontaneous officinal flora of the Apennines - The herbs of the Partenio Park". Publisher Aflredo Guida.