Beauty

The Easy Blackheads Scrub You Need to Make

The next best thing to a miracle.
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Got no money for an expensive scrub to remove those pesky blackheads? Don't worry because you can make blogger Amber Clark's super easy DIY scrub right at home! And we bet you don't even have to go shopping for it. All you need are three items: a lemon, some honey, and sugar.

All you have to do is:

  1. Cut the lemon in half. (You can save the other half for later!)
  2. Put honey and sugar on the lemon.
  3. Rub all over your problem areas.

That's it! Just some things to note, though. First, lemon is highly acidic so we don't recommend you to do this more than once or twice a week. Second, this scrub is ideal for blackheads, so try it around your nose. Lastly, when using honey on any kind of DIY beauty routine, never used processed honey. Go for raw, organic honey. Honey that’s been processed usually lacks the vitamins and nutrients of raw honey, which comes straight from the beehive without all the chemical processes.

Would you swap your pore strips for this easy to do DIY scrub instead?

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