Pimple On Nose – Hormonal Imbalances, Home Remedies, and More
Pimple On Nose
Pimple on nose can be so painful and unsightly that many people ask the million-dollar question, why do I get spots on my nose?
That is what happened to a client of ours for three years even though he did all kinds of treatments to end his problem.
And the more things I tried, instead of remitting the problem, the more it got worse.
Why do I get more pimples on my nose?
The acne on the face may cause us embarrassment, but if there is one area that strikes us, leaving us, muds are in the nose because we believe us see as “witches tale.”
The areas where acne appears most is on the face, specifically on the forehead and nose, because in both areas of the skin, a high amount of oil-producing sebaceous glands is concentrating.
- Obstruction of the hair follicles with fat and dead skin cells
- Excessive fat production
- Family history of acne
- Exert friction on the skin
Best home remedies
- 1 tablespoon of baking soda
- 1 tablespoon of coconut oil
- Pour the tablespoon of baking soda and the tablespoon of coconut oil into a mold and stir to form a smooth paste.
- Apply to your clean, damp nose. You can apply all over the face if you like. Leave on for 25 minutes and rinse with cold water.
- 1 tablespoon manuka honey
- 1 tablespoon of yogurt
- 2 drops of tea tree oil essential oil
- Pour all the ingredients into a mold and stir until you get a smooth paste.
- Apply on your nose with a stick, leave on for 30 minutes and rinse with cold water. Once you’re doing it, run an ice cube up your nose to close the pores on your skin.
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