Friday, November 30, 2018

Treat pimples in the nose with 4 home remedies

The combination of aloe vera and tea tree essential oil is ideal both to prevent the appearance of new grains and to promote the healing of current ones
The pimples on the nose are very unsightly and are too visible, as they are in the center of our face.  In addition, there are people who suffer them frequently and do not find a natural solution to eliminate them.
Discover in this article how you can prevent and treat pimples on the nose with these simple, natural and homemade remedies.  Try them and get a complexion free of imperfections!

Why do I get pimples on my nose?

To begin, it should be noted that the grains in the nose can have different causes.  The following factors influence:
  • Food and bad habits
  • Pollution
  • Hormonal changes
  • Improper face hygiene
  • Genetic issues
Next, we propose different remedies that we can perform at home in a simple way.  In this way, we can do our own routine to prevent and eliminate pimples in the nose .



Homemade and natural remedies

1.  Steam facial baths of rosemary and chamomile

For starters, the first home remedy we propose to eliminate pimples on the nose are facial steam baths.
When preparing a medicinal infusion and let it boil, the vapors allow us to open the pores and take advantage of the active principles of the plant directly.
On the one hand, chamomile has anti-inflammatory properties.  On the other hand, rosemary helps us prevent the superinfection of grains.
With these two ingredients we can prepare the facial steam that we will make once a week.

Ingredients

  • 5 glasses of water (1 liter)
  • 2 tablespoons dried rosemary leaf (30 g)
  • 2 tablespoons dried chamomile flower (30 g)

Development and use

  • To start, we will boil the water and let it cook the medicinal plants for 5 minutes.
  • We will extinguish the fire and we will approach the face to the casserole, to about 30 centimeters, being careful not to burn us.
  • We can put a towel on top of the head to keep the steam better without losing it.
  • We will stay like this for 2 to 5 minutes.



2.  Exfoliating baking soda and coconut oil

After exposing the skin to the facial steam, we can promote a deep cleansing of the pores of the nose with an exfoliation.
In this sense, we recommend combining sodium bicarbonate , which has a roughness for the nose, with coconut oil.  This oil nourishes the skin and combats the appearance of the grains , in addition to preventing it from drying out.

Ingredients

  • 1 tablespoon of coconut oil (15 ml)
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda (3 g)

Development and use

  • Mix both ingredients until you get a paste.
  • On wet skin, we will apply this paste and massage the nose gently.
  • If we wish, we can exfoliate the whole face.
  • To finish, we will wash the face with water to remove the remains of the exfoliant.

3.  Aloe vera gel and tea tree

To hydrate the skin of the nose without adding an excess of fat we recommend using a non-oily lotion.
Therefore, we can use aloe vera gel as a base, which keeps the skin moist, protects and promotes healing of pimples and acne.  In addition,  tea tree essential oil helps prevent new pimples in the nose thanks to its antibacterial power .

Ingredients

  • 3 tablespoons of aloe vera gel (45 g)
  • 6 drops of tea tree essential oil

Development and use

  • We will mix both ingredients and keep them in an airtight jar.
  • When applying them we must avoid the area of ​​the eyes.



4.  Clay and charcoal mask

To eliminate the grains of the nose we need ingredients that help us absorb and eliminate impurities through the pores.  For this, we have two excellent natural products thanks to its detoxifying virtues: clay and charcoal.
Clay absorbs toxins while providing minerals .  In contrast, charcoal is a great cleaner and, thanks to its sandy texture, also acts as an exfoliant.
Both ingredients combine perfectly as a mask to combat grains.

Ingredients

  • 1 tablespoon of green or white clay (15 g)
  • 1 teaspoon of charcoal for cosmetic use (5 g)
  • 3 tablespoons of water (45 ml)

Development and application

  • To start, we will mix clay, coal and water without using plastic or metal utensils or containers .  We will opt for glass, ceramic or wood.
  • We must get a spreadable paste that is not too liquid or too dry.
  • We will apply the mask on the nose and let it act for 15 minutes or until it dries.
  • To finish, we will remove it with water and hydrate the skin.
As you see, these remedies are simple, economical and very natural.  What are you waiting to try?

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