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How to Get rid of Blackheads on Chin and Nose at Home

Do you have blackheads that look very annoying, and these tiny stubborn acnes are the plugged pores that can be difficult to be removed forever, Read about how to get rid of blackheads on chin and nose at home and what you can do to prevent them?

You may have seen people struggling with blackheads. They squeeze it or try other efforts, but like always, after a few days, you will again find them. 

Mostly the blackheads appear around the nose and chin area, but yes, they can appear on other body parts. 

Blackheads on Chin Causes

1. Bacteria 

Bacteria that always lie on our skin can also cause blackheads, but most bacteria cause acne and pimple. 

2. Excess oil 

Some people have too much oily skin due to the sebaceous gland and a major reason for blackheads. 

3. Blocked hair follicles 

The dead skin cells clogged the hair follicles of the skin that causes blackheads. 

4. Hormonal imbalance 

Hormonal imbalance can cause blackheads, whiteheads, and acne, and mostly hormones get misbalanced during pregnancy, menstrual cycle, and puberty.  

5. Poor diet 

Eating much oily food or fried food can also cause blackheads on the chin. The poor lifestyle also indicates skin type and health. 

6. Stress 

Stress and depression are also linked with blackheads on the chin area.   

How to Get rid of Blackheads on Chin and Nose

In this article, we are going to discuss some of the amazing remedies to get rid of chin blackheads and much other related information that will help you through, so let’s have a look at the information:- 

1. Baking Soda 

Baking Soda

Baking soda has antibacterial properties, naturally exfoliates the skin, fights off bacteria, and removes excess oil and dirt.  

  • Take 1 teaspoon of baking soda and add a few drops of water and make a fine paste. 
  • Apply to the chin area, sub gently for a while, leave it for 5 to 10 minutes, and then wash it off with normal water. 

Note: if you have a sensitive skin tone, do a patch test before directly applying it to the face. 

2. Exfoliate Regularly

 Exfoliate Regularly

Exfoliating regularly can be highly beneficial to get rid of blackheads. It unclogged the pores and. Remove excess dirt and oil. 

You can use a mild exfoliator, or you can prepare at home. 

  • Take 2 tablespoons of rice, grind them well, but not make a fine form, add some rose water or milk, gently apply to the skin, and exfoliate.

You can also use coffee powder and rub it on the affected area and wash it off.    

3. Apply Orange Peel

 Apply Orange Peel

Orange peel is one of the famous and effective remedies for removing skin impurities like oil, dirt, bacteria, and it makes your skin glowing, healthy, and blackhead-free. 

  • Dry some orange peels that can take several days and grind them and make a fine powder. 
  • Take 1 tbsp of orange powder, mix some rose water or plain water, apply this paste to the face, and wait until it gets dry and wash off.  

4. Oatmeal and Sugar

Oatmeal and Sugar

The mixture of oatmeal and sugar fantastically exfoliates the skin and makes it glowing and beautiful. 

  • Grid 1 tbsp oatmeal, add some sugar and a few drops of olive oil or almond oil, rub on the face slowly for a few minutes, leave it for another 15 minutes, and wash off.  

5. Egg Mask

Egg Mask

Egg masks can also be helpful to make the skin healthy and blackheads-free. And you need to apply this twice a week. 

  • Take 1 egg’s white part and mix some organic honey and mix well and apply this mask to the face and leave until it gets dry, then wash off.  

6. Honey and Cinnamon


Honey and cinnamon work wonderfully to remove blackheads naturally.

  • Take some cinnamon powder, mix some honey, apply on the blackheads, leave it for 20 minutes, and wash it off. 

7. Lemon


Lemon works as a skin cleanser and removes excess dirt and oil, and also improves skin tone.

  • You can directly apply some lemon juice with a cotton ball on the blackheads or mix it with rose water.  

8. Sea Salt

sea salt

Sea salt is not only used to make your dishes salty but can remove blackheads too due to its coarse formation. If you don’t have sea salt, you can easily buy this from any grocery store or online.

  • Mix some sea salt with some water and gently rub the affected area and do it twice a week. 
  • You can also add some lemon juice. 

9. Don’t Squeeze the blackhead

Don’t Squeeze the blackhead

Now you have to admit that when you squeeze a blackhead, you feel such satisfaction and are not alone. People especially make videos of squeezing. 

You must know that never squeeze a blackhead. Otherwise, you can never get rid of this tiny evil. Squeezing a blackhead opens the pore and makes a big hole that you can’t see, and it can be a superb place for dirt, oil, and bacteria.     

10. Consume Foods Rich in Vitamin C

vitamin c

Food rich in vitamin C like oranges, bell peppers, berries, vegetables is rich in antioxidants needed for a healthy skin tone. 

Consume more vitamin C, or you can also switch with the supplements.  


  • Make your skin clean by using a mild face wash or cleanser regularly once a day. 
  • Always use good quality products for the face like daily cream, sunscreen, or anything else.  
  • Always apply moisturizer before sleeping to avoid wrinkles and dryness. 
  • Drink plenty of water to detoxify the body.   


  • Never touch the blackheads and never rub or squeeze them. 
  • Don’t eat fried or junk food. 
  • Don’t use extra heavy makeup and use natural products.  

Final Words

Though several medical treatments are available to cure blackheads, they can be expensive and take some shifts. 

Follow these remedies, and we assure you will soon get the results. Home remedies work slowly but without any harm, so keep a little patience. 

We hope this information on how to get rid of blackheads on chin and nose would be worthwhile for you and we want you to look great and beautiful. If you have any queries or any questions regarding this article, you can ask us anytime and share your reviews with us.     

Dr Maria

MD. Board Certified physician. Fellowship In Family Medicine UK. 8 years of medical experience in Lifestyle-related health disorders. Graduated from AIIMS – All India Institute Of Medical Science, INDIA

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