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How to Remove Blackheads When You’re Traveling and Don’t Have All Your Goods

Traveling can pose some issues when it comes to skincare routines. Especially if you’re traveling for something which requires you to look your best like a wedding or a special event. I for one hate checking bags. So this poses an issue when it comes to taking care of my skin the way I usually would with all my usual products. But there are some ways around that. Especially if you want to remove blackheads. This guide will help you manage your blackhead woes when you’re traveling on the go.


Skincare While Traveling


The big dilemma that many young people have to face is blackheads and pimples, which appear mostly on the face. The ideal to avoid its appearance is to follow an adequate cleaning routine that includes exfoliates and tonics; these remove excess fat, stop the reproduction of bacteria that irritate the skin and remove dead cells. It is also important to acquire healthy habits such as quitting smoking and drinking excessively.


An aesthetic problem by which, sometimes, they must endure the ridicule of their friends, either in the study centers or at work. Here we share some ways to Remove Blackheads and pimples through homemade recipes which you can easily gather at your hotel.


Blackhead 101


How do the black points and shines arrive?


Blackheads form because of the accumulation of fat, dead skin, dirt, and bacteria in the hair follicles, which get trapped under the surface of the skin. That said, we tell you that there are simple methods to eliminate them and put an end to this problem that has long made you go through difficult times.


Treatment Methods to Remove Blackheads While Traveling


Cotton Swab and Fresh Ingredients


Take a small cucumber, a piece of garlic, 1 cup of seaweed, some raisins, half a lemon, the juice of half a lemon and a tablespoon of almond oil. Grind all ingredients and mix in the same container. Then clean your face with a clean, fresh towel. Apply the resulting mixture to the face for 1 to 15 minutes. Subsequently, remove and begin to tighten the blackheads carefully and ready.


Toothpaste and Toothbrush


Moisten a new toothbrush and start scrubbing the area affected by acne skin, and then apply some toothpaste. The key is not to attract attention. Repeat this procedure daily, with brushing. After a few days, you will see the effect of this method. Repeat this treatment until you get the desired results, but it is a very effective way to eliminate blackheads and you will see the results very soon.


Lemon Juice


Squeeze lemon and pour the juice into a glass. Then mix with almond oil and glycerine. Apply this lotion to your face daily, until you notice that there is no more acne. The results are very effective when using this method.


Honey and Cinnamon


Mix four teaspoons of honey with cinnamon powder, stir until you get a paste and apply it to the specific places where the black dots are. Do not remove it for about 15 minutes, and then rinse with lukewarm water. For the most excellent results, repeat the procedure for two weeks.


Egg Whites


Beat the egg whites. Make sure you do not let a drop of yellow go. Then, rub with your fingers on the skin of the face. Then cover with toilet paper as a mask. Then hold this position until the mask dries; you will see how it becomes a hard material again. When you remove it, the acne will definitely remain on dry paper. Finally, all you have to do is wash your face.


Olive Oil or Almond


Clean your face with humid water so that pores open up. Then apply a little olive oil and almond mixture to the desired areas of the skin. You can also use a single ingredient. Repeat this process two times if there are many blackheads on face. Remember that after removing the mask, you should rinse with lukewarm water.


So, if you want to remove blackheads when you’re away from home from you can use one of the methods mentioned above and get a quick resolve. All the above mentioned skincare methods are natural and have no side effect on the skin. And, you can get all of the ingredients at a hotel, so you don’t have to worry about packing a haul of skincare products in your luggage. If you’re looking for more travel tips or beauty tips, be sure to subscribe so you never miss a post!

Christa Thompson

Christa Thompson is the Founder and Chief Editor of The Fairytale Traveler. She started traveling the world in 2003 when she attended a summer abroad study at the University of Cambridge in England. Since then, her wanderlust has been fierce. Her three passions in life are her son, traveling, and being creative. The Fairytale Traveler brand gives Christa the opportunity to do all of these things and to live intentionally every day. "It's never too late to believe in what you love and to pursue your dreams." -Christa Thompson

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