Your skin on your face can be perfect in all respects, but if you look at it better, then on the nose, in the forehead above the bridge of the nose, on the chin and cheeks there is no-no, but separate black dots appear, and even whole placers. This acne, pores, blackheads – a problem familiar to most people not by hearsay. If you cannot get rid of them, then it’s time to move on to decisive measures, and gelatinous face mask with activated charcoal will help you in this. But it is always easier to prevent a problem than to deal with it later, so consider what leads to the appearance of acne.
First of all, the cause of the appearance of acne is the excessive activity of the sebaceous glands, due to which there are enlarged pores. Strengthening the work of the sebaceous glands can be caused by hormonal disorders, malnutrition or bowel disease.
Base gelatinous mask with activated charcoal
Half a tablespoon of gelatin, pour a tablespoon of water or milk and leave for half an hour, so that the gelatin is swollen. After this, stir well and melt the gelatin until completely dissolved by placing the formulation in a water bath or for twenty seconds in a microwave. Read also: https://www.bustle.com/articles/179716-how-to-make-a-peel-off-charcoal-face-mask-get-smaller-pores-tutorial
Then allow the mixture to cool to a comfortable temperature so as not to burn your face, and apply the mask to areas with problem skin – nose, forehead, and chin. You can put a mask on the whole face, but carefully watch that the mixture does not hit the hairy areas of the face – eyebrows, hair roots. Do not apply the mask to the skin around the eyes and mouth.
The mixture is better applied to the face in several layers, so that the film after cooling is more durable and does not tear at removal. Hold the mask for a quarter of an hour – half an hour, until it completely cools down and takes up film. Then remove it from the skin, picking up the edges and sharply pulling it from the bottom up. If you did everything correctly, all or almost all blackheads will remain on the film, and the pores will be cleared of them. After the mask, the face should be wiped with hydrogen peroxide or a lotion containing antiseptic components, for example, salicylic acid, aloe extract, tea tree oil, etc.
If you applied the mask to your hair, do not tear off the film here. Simply prune it next to the hair, and soak the gelatin residue with slightly warm water and rinse.
If necessary, repeat the mask in a few days, if at the first time not all blackheads have retired with the gelatin film. To extrude them it is not necessary, as in open pores it is possible to bring an infection, and on this place the purulent pimple will jump out, from which it is much more difficult to get rid.