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Say “No” to “Strawberry nose ”

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Blackhead is hardening grease which usually appearin the noseThe dot is what we usually call "blackhead". The nose with blackheads is called Strawberry nose. 

The followings are some effective way to combat blackhead.
First, pearl powder
Take a small amount of good quality pearl powder in a small bowl, add a small amount of pure water and stir into the dense paste, and then apply on face until the pearl powder dry, then rinse off with clean water. 2 ~ 3 times a week, it can not only remove blackheads, but can also remove aging horniness. You can go to drugstore for good quality pearl powder which had better be taken orally.
Second, protein 
Open a eggs, separate protein from the egg yolk leaving some protein and egg membrane, and then to take a small piece of stick on the nose, apply the egg whites above, then dry it with a blower , then slowly put the stick with egg membrane off.
Third, cleanser  
You should choose cleanser with effect of removing the blackhead, the one with mild nature is a better choice.
Four, salt
After washing face while the face is not completely dry, apply a little salt immediately on the nose, then evenly massage, then wash it after 10 minutes .(note: excluding wounded skin and sensitive skin )

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