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Sunday, April 18, 2010

Got Blackheads? - Try this Homemade Biore Strip Dupe

Blackheads are tiny, dark spots caused by a small plug in the opening of a follicle (pore) on the skin. Blackheads are also called open comedones.

Comedones are small, flesh-colored, white, or dark bumps that give skin a rough texture. The bumps are found at the opening of a sebaceous follicle (pore).

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You will need 1 beaten egg white and some toilet tissue.

1. Beat the egg white until it is frothy.
2. Wet your face with warm water to open your pores. This will facilitate blackhead extraction.
3. Using your fingers, use the egg white as a mask.
4. Apply toilet tissue, 1 sheet at a time, avoiding eyebrow area.
5. Allow to dry (approximately 15 minutes)
6. Gently peel toilet tissue from your face. You should see the blackheads stuck to the tissue.
7. Wash, tone and moisturize.



  1. I hate eggs.. but I might just try this!
    great post

  2. @ Jenn, Yes, I was wondering how I would get around that egg smell. Thanks for commenting. Your pic is too fly!

  3. wow! did you try this yourself? hmm i'm getting curious! thanks for sharing!

  4. @ yummy411, Girl, I haven't tried it yet. I'm generally super dry. With summer approaching, I'm feeling more oily. But I don't really have blackheads. I may have to "experiment" w/ some of the more oily members of my household. LOL
    1SimplYounique is great! Thanks for commenting.


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