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Effective Methods for Unclogging Skin Pores

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Effective Methods for Unclogging Skin Pores

The skin pores on the outer layer of the skin are the place for dirt, oil, and bacteria to get stuck and clog the skin pores. Daily accumulation of dust, sweat, soil, makeup and pollution leads to having dirty skin pores. If neglected, they can turn into blackheads and even cause skin breakouts. Open pore treatment creams and serums may be convenient, but the chemicals and parabens can leave side effects on your skin.  So here are some impactful ways to treat dirty skin pores:  

1.Taking steam: 

Water vapour is the best, most natural, and most impactful medicine for dirty skin pores. Water steam opens your nasal congestion and your dirty pores and helps reduce the excess oil. Warm vapour also kills acne-causing bacteria on the top layer of the skin. Don't forget to cleanse deep and exfoliate the skin before you take the steam. Steaming your skin for 5-10 minutes each day will help your skin loosen the dirt on the surface.  

What you need: 

  • Water 
  • Steaming vessel 
  • Towel 
  • Toner 
  • Moisturizer 

Steps to follow: 

  • Pour some water into a small vessel. 
  • Heat it for some time and let it cool down for 2-3min. 
  • Put a towel over your head and get your face closer to the steam water. 
  • Let it soak for a few minutes (if you have a breathing problem, take breaks in between).  
  • Pat your face and use toner and then moisturize your face. 


  • Inexpensive and most convenient 
  • Wash trapped dirt and impurities 

Caution: Don’t splash hot water; it might burn your skin. 

2.Baking soda: 

Here comes the ace card of your kitchen. From skin cleansing to house cleaning, baking soda has made a footprint almost everywhere.  

What you need: 

  • 2 tsp baking soda 
  • 1 tsp water 

Steps to apply: 

  • Mix the water and the soda well and form a paste.  
  • Apply the paste all over your clogged pores. 
  • Let it stay for 5 minutes. 
  • Wash your face with lukewarm water.  
  • Pat a soft towel to dry.  


  • Soak excess oils 
  • Skin exfoliator 
  • Remove dead cells, dirt, and impurities 
  • Unclog skin pores 
  • Remove the greasy and sticky effect (Good for oily skin) 
  1. Dry brushing:

Next comes the untold power of your facial brushes.  

Steps to follow: 

  • Clean your face by using a make-up remover. 
  • Wash your face dry.  
  • Hold the brush and brush it into your face in a circular motion. 
  • Be careful while brushing around the eye region. Be a little gentler.  
  • Once done, wash your face with warm water. 
  • Apply some moisturizer afterwards.  


  • Loosen up clogged pores 
  • Removed skin flakes and dead skin cells 
  • Prevents acne breakouts 

Caution: If you are uncomfortable with dry brushing, try using a facial scrub, which will exfoliate your skin.   

  1. Egg mask:

Another trump card from the cleaning department. From hair packs to making muscles, egg is the universal ingredient in our daily lives. 

What you need: 

  • 2 eggs (preferably the white portion) 
  • Half a lemon juice 

Steps to follow: 

  • Whip the egg until you get a foamy texture 
  • Keep it in the refrigerator for 5 minutes. 
  • Mix half a lemon juice when you take it out from the fridge. 
  • Apply the mixture to the pores and let it sit for 10 minutes.  
  • Rinse it off with lukewarm water. 
  • If you feel there is a smell, you can use gel or toner afterwards. 


  • Helps with even skin tone 
  • Mild exfoliator 
  • Removes the excess oil and dirt 
  • Reduce pore size 
  • Protect the skin from impurities.   

  1. Sugar scrub:

The friend to your sweet tooth and demon to your insulin level; the sugar can be a great friend and natural scrub for your skin.  

What you need: 

  • Juice of half lemon 
  • 2-3 tsp of sugar 
  • Cool water 


  • Crush the sugar into powder form.  
  • Squeeze half the lemon juice. 
  • Apply the paste to the pores. 
  • Keep massaging in a circular motion for a couple of minutes; so that it helps exfoliate the skin. 
  • Rinse it well with cool water; ensure no sugar residue is left; otherwise, your skin will get sticky.  
  • Apply a light moisturizer.  


  • Good exfoliating agent 
  • Breaks up scar tissues 
  • Clears the dirt 
  • Beneficial for blackheads on the nose 
  • Reduce elbow and knee darkening 
  1. Fuller's earth:

Fuller's earth or Multani mitti with drops of rose water is grandma's recipe for flawless skin. It is a natural oil absorber.  

What you need: 

  • Fuller's earth 
  • water 
  • oatmeal 

Steps to follow: 

  • Mix 1 tsp of fuller's earth with water and oatmeal.  
  • Apply this mixture all over your face. 
  • Wash your face after the pack gets dry. 
  • Follow this remedy once a week.  


  • Absorbs excess oil 
  • Treats acne and blemishes 
  • No irritation to the skin  


Raw honey can be a good sugar substitute. However, mixing it with warm water and honey has shown results in weight loss. But, there is still an unexplored side of honey in skincare. Reap the maximum benefits of honey to unclog your dirty skin pores.  

What you need: 

  • Raw honey 
  • Water 

Steps to follow: 

  • Apply a few drops of raw honey to the skin pores. 
  • Gently massage in a circular motion for a few minutes.  
  • Rinse off with lukewarm water; make sure the residues are not left, or your skin will feel sticky later. 
  • Use 2-3 times a week for the best results  


  • Reduces excess oil buildup 
  • Tightens the skin pores 
  • Hydrates skin (Use this, especially during summer) 

8.Sulphate-free skin products: 

Rejusure is here with a vast range of chemical-free and sulphate-free products. In addition, it provides a range of serums and creams for open pores, just like 5% Glycolic acid open pores serum for oily skin. It diminishes wrinkle lines and maintains the skin texture. 

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