5 Effective Natural Remedies For Blackheads


If you are one of the average 50 million Americans who have the unfortunate hassle of dealing with acne, you probably shutter when you hear the word blackheads. While considered a mild form of acne, blackheads can be a major source of stress, pain, and anxiety for those who suffer from them. These little black bumps can show up on your face, back, chest, neck, arms, and shoulders.

The good news is that you can cure these annoying little bumps easily with the usage of simple, risk free, healthy home remedies, Here they are:


Strawberries are juicy and yummy fruits for your smoothie, but did you know they can remove blackheads? Strawberry is a natural skin exfoliant. Its alkalinity can help cleanse blocked pores and reduce the swelling. This fruit is also rich in vitamin C, which moisturizes the skin and relieves the skin dryness. Just crush a strawberry and make a smooth paste. Apply the paste on the skin and let it remain for 15-20 minutes then rinse with cold water. Mix with honey or lemon juice for better results.

Coconut Oil

This is a bit surprising entry to the list, but coconut oil works very well to remove blackheads. It contains Lauric acid, which is also found in other natural sources like human breast milk. This shows how coconut oil is beneficial for human health. Lauric acid is an extensively tested antibacterial agent that is effective in protecting your skin from invasive bacteria. Furthermore, coconut oil nourishes the skin for quick and easy removal of dead skin cells. Simply apply coconut oil on your skin and massage well. Leave the oil on until it gets absorbed into the skin.


Yet another great healing, natural remedy. Turmeric contains Curcumin which has antimicrobial properties that help remove bacteria present in the pores of the skin. Apart from its antimicrobial nature, turmeric also has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties which improve the health and texture of your skin. This popular medicinal spice stains the skin when applied to get rid of blackheads. Thankfully, you can use a non-edible variety like Kasturi Turmeric, which is non-staining. Make a paste of turmeric with mint juice and apply on the affected area. Leave it for 10 to 15 minutes, then rinse it off with warm water. Don’t forget to moisturize.

Green Tea

Say goodbye to the endless hours of popping, scrubbing, or concentrating clogged pores on your face by utilizing the benefits of green tea. Other than antioxidants, green tea also has vitamins that help reduce inflammation and break down excess oil. This natural remedy protects your skin from future damage by clearing up your skin pores. Get healthy and glowing skin by applying green tea mixed with water on the area affected with blackheads regularly, at least one or two times a week.

Aloe Vera

What about a natural remedy that can do a variety of things. Well, Aloe Vera is well-known for its healing properties, especially for skin conditions. Aloe plant has certain properties that help reduce inflammation and swelling. Aloe Vera’s soothing action is essential for cleaning pores and controlling excess oil production, therefore effective in getting rid of blackheads and many other skin issues. Apply fresh gel extracted from an Aloe Vera leaf on your skin. Leave it on for 10 to 15 minutes, then rinse with warm water. Repeat this every day for smoother and clearer skin.



Ron Yahaloms