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In this particular video, we are going to learn how to remove blackheads and facial hair, only with the help of one egg. Yes, you read that right, one egg.
I bet all of us hate blackheads. No matter how much you try to follow a daily routine that helps you from your acne or any other issue that you might have with your skin, you are still going to have those blackheads, no matter what. The only thing that you can do about them is to clean them once a week.
Now, what you’ll need:
A couple of tissues
Flat-head makeup brush
Break the egg and carefully separate the egg white from the yolk. Put it in a small bowl. The egg is ready for you to apply it on your skin.
With a previously well-washed face, take your brush and apply the egg white. Spread it even and as carefully as you can. Apply a thin layer. You can also do it only with selected area, whatever you find fitting for you.
Now, take your tissue papers and start applying them all over your face. The point is that they stick to the layer of white egg like a glue, so they can later remove all the blackheads and facial hair, as if they were glued to them.
Once you’re done spreading the tissues on your face, you are going to apply one more layer of egg white on top of the tissue papers.
Now, if you feel like you need another layer of paper, go ahead and do it. That’s optional.
You are going to stay in this position for 40 minutes. During this time, you will notice that the mask will harden and the face will feel as if it is slightly raising its temperature and it will start tightening itself. This is a normal sensation to be felt during this process.
Once the time is up, gently start pulling off the tissue paper lifting it upwards.
The minute you’ll see the inner surface of the tissue you’ll know it works! You will see the small blackheads lined up on that paper.
Proceed with washing your face with lukewarm water. Dry your skin by tapping it gently with your towel.