Preparation: Take out the aloe vera juice from an aloe vera leaf and then add one teaspoon lemon juice to it. Massage on the area with whiteheads for about 2 minutes and then wash off.
Benefits: While aloe has deep cleansing properties, lemon is known to be a antimicrobial agent that can pull out the whiteheads.
Preparation: Mix one tablespoon rose water and lemon juice each. Apply this mix to the affected areas and then leave it on for about 10 minutes before washing off.
Benefits: Not only does rose water balance the skin’s pH levels but it also clears clogged pores—just what you need to get rid of whiteheads.
Preparation: Mix 2 tablespoons of oatmeal with rose water and apply it to your whiteheads. Leave it like a pack for about 20 minutes and then wash off.
Benefits: Due to its abrasive qualities, oatmeal works wonders as a pore cleansing agent.
Preparation: Mix ½ teaspoon turmeric powder with 1 teaspoon honey. Apply this mix to your whiteheads and wash off after 15 minutes.
Benefits: We’ve said this before and we’ll say it again—turmeric has antibacterial and healing properties that help draw out the whiteheads from your skin before they turn into acne.
Preparation: Peel and mash one small tomato. Apply this to your face and wash off after 20 minutes.
Benefits: Tomatoes have qualities of an astringent in addition to being antiseptic. Moreover, due to its acidic qualities, it has the power to remove whiteheads from your skin.