Pimples on the nose are unsightly, and since they are right there in the middle of the face, they are very visible. Some people get them often and can not find a natural way to get rid of them.
If it’s you, then you should keep reading to find out how you can prevent and treat them with these simple, natural, homemade remedies. Try them and get beautiful, flawless skin!
Why do you get pimples on your nose?
To begin with, there are many reasons why you may have pimples on your nose.
- Bad eating habits
- Hormonal changes
- Bad hygiene
- Genetic factors
Below you will find some remedies that you can make at home. Try them and include them in your personal beauty routine.
Natural home media
1. Rosemary and chamomile steam
The first home remedy is good for clearing up pimples on the nose by using a steam bath. It consists of making a medicinal infusion and letting the steam it forms open your pores. The medicinal components of the herbs have direct access to your skin.
Chamomile is anti-inflammatory, while rosemary can address the infection. Together they form an effective steam bath. It will be a good idea to do this once a week.
- 1 liter of water
- 2 tablespoons dry rosemary (30 g)
- 2 tablespoons with dry chamomile flowers (30 g)
- First of all, put the water with rosemary and chamomile on the oven and let it boil. Then simmer for 5 minutes.
- Remove from the heat and lean your face over the water, about 30 cm. away. Be careful not to burn yourself!
- Place a towel over your head to hold the steam in place.
- Let the steam perform its magic for two to five minutes.
2. Peeling with baking soda and coconut oil
After opening your pores with the steam bath, you are in an excellent position to do a deep cleansing and peeling of your skin. For this we recommend combining baking soda, which has just the right amount of “grain”, with coconut oil. Coconut oil will nourish and moisturize the skin and make pimples on the nose not pop up.
- 1 tablespoon coconut oil (15 ml)
- 1 teaspoon with baking soda (3 g)
- Mix the ingredients together until an even mixture has formed.
- On damp skin, apply the mask on the nose and massage gently.
- If you want, you can peel the whole face.
- To finish, rinse with water.
3. Aloe vera gel and tea tree oil
If you want to moisturize your skin without making it oily, use aloe vera gel as a base. This will keep the moisture in, protect your skin and help heal pimples. The tea tree oil will help prevent pimples from coming back on the nose since it is antibacterial.
- 2 tablespoons of aloe vera gel
- 6 drops of essential tea tree oil
- Mix the ingredients together and store the mixture in an airtight container.
- Apply it on the face, avoiding contact with the eyes.
4. Charcoal clay mask
If you want to get rid of pimples on your nose, you need to use ingredients that will absorb and then remove contaminants from your pores. Two natural detoxifiers that are perfect for the job are coal and clay.
The clay will absorb toxins due to its mineral content. The charcoal is a powerful cleanser, and thanks to its grainy texture, it also acts as an exfoliator. Together they form an extraordinary anti-acne mask.
- 1 tablespoon of green or white clay (15 g)
- 1 teaspoon of charcoal for cosmetic use (5 g)
- 3 tablespoons of water (45 ml)
- First, mix the three ingredients without using kitchen utensils or containers made of plastic or metal. Use glass, ceramic or wood.
- It should form a spreadable mixture that is not too wet or too dry.
- Apply the mask on the nose and let it sit for 15 minutes or until it dries.
- To finish, rinse with water and add moisture.