Egg White Blackhead Mask

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Over the next few weeks, I’m going to try to get rid of my blackheads using several different home remedies. I have tried over fifty products in attempts to remove these, and so far nothing has worked. Which is why I’m turning to some home remedies beauty gurus online claim work. So here’s what we’re working with:

Egg whites can be used to tighten pores and remove current blackheads. They are also filled with nutrients and are less drying then many other home remedies. Which is why this is the first home remedy I’m trying.

For this mask all you need are:

  • 1 Egg
  • Facial tissue or toilet paper
  • Small bowl
  • Clean towel


Separate the yolk from the egg white in a small bowl. As well as ensure you have a clean face before you apply the mask. You don’t want to be putting the remedy onto a dirty face or you will not get the correct results.

After you have the egg white in a small bowl then you will be soaking small strips of facial tissue or toilet paper into the egg white. Then applying it, allowing the first layer to dry first or you will be waiting a long time for it to dry. As I found out. Continue the same thing until you have two to three layers. Then you just wait until it dries, and when it’s dry you will know as your face feels super tight. Once done, peel off the mask then wash off any remaining residue and apply moisturizer

Alternatively, you can apply the egg white without the facial tissue or toilet paper. Only this time you will need three or five layers. Making sure the layers dry in between or it won’t work. Then complete the same way as the previous method.

Final Result

This did not work out that well, but that could have been because I didn’t let it fully dry before applying the next layer. In the parts where it did dry I can tell the blackheads came more to the surface where I could rub them away and some pores did get smaller. So it probably would work if I had let it dry more. I’ll probably try this one more time in the future to see if it’s any better.

What do you use to remove or reduce the possibility of blackheads? I’m all ears. It’s time to say goodbye to all these blackheads.

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