Check Out This Super Easy Blackhead Scrub DIY

by ModaMob
5 Materials
10 Minutes

Does baking soda remove blackheads? We’re helping you put it to the test with this baking soda and honey mask!

The best part about this blackhead scrub DIY is that you already have all of these ingredients in your pantry, so there won’t be any need to pay a lot of money for nose strips or expensive serums!

This mask will help you say bye-bye to those pesky blackheads. Let’s get started.

Tools and materials:

  • Baking soda
  • Salt
  • Honey
  • Spoon
  • Bowl
Baking soda

Honey and baking soda for blackheads recipe

1. Add baking soda 

Add 1 tablespoon of baking soda. Baking soda is a natural at-home exfoliant to help get rid of blackheads and smooth your skin.

Baking soda can also help balance your pH to reduce oil and prevent blackheads from forming in the first place.


2. Add salt

Add 2 tablespoons of salt. Salt is an easy way to turn natural ingredients into the perfect scrub.


3. Add honey

Add 1 tablespoon of honey. Honey contains gluconic acid and is also a natural AHA exfoliant to help clean the skin and unclog pores.


4. Mix into a paste

Mix everything together. Make sure you mix it really well because it takes a lot for the baking soda and salt mixture to stick to the honey.

How to use blackhead scrub DIY

How to use blackhead scrub DIY

Take a little bit of paste on your spoon and apply it to your problem area. We applied it to our noses.

Leave it on for five minutes and then rinse and scrub off with warm water.

After rinsing, our noses felt really smooth. The ingredients in this honey and baking soda mask bring all of the gunk in your skin to the surface, so when you’re washing it out with warm water, it removes the blackheads really easily.

This is a really good nose scrub in particular, and it’s so easy to make.

Let us know if you’re going to try this awesome blackhead scrub DIY down below, or if you already have, let us know what you think about it!

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  • Julie Julie on Mar 25, 2023

    Neutrogena (Amber) Bar Soap does all that for me. 🤔 Wonder what a baking soda paste on your nose and then add drops of vinegar would do? 🤣

    I’ve tried the Biore’ strips. Painful. Will not do that again.

    But seriously, if Neutrogena didn’t work for me, I’d try this.

  • Evelyn Evelyn on Jun 08, 2023

    Definitely will try