Hope you are all doing good. I recently purchased a black head removal strip from a reputed brand and it was kind of dissappointing. So I decided to try the internet famous DIY charcoal peel off mask. Charcoal is trending everywhere as it acts as a magnet and pulls off dirt, excess oil, blackheads, whiteheads etc.
Method of preparation & usage
This DIY charcoal mask had removed blackheads, whiteheads and tiny hair from my nose so well. It made my skin so soft, clean and glowing like Rudolph, the reindeer’s nose. I’m not kidding! My nose was so bright than my face, that I tried it on my face as well to make it even.
Does it pain?
This is one of the most commonly asked questions. Isn’t it? As a nose strip, it pained but not so much. But as a face mask, it was quite painful as I have facial hair. (It differs from person to person)
Does it suit sensitive skin?
I was afraid to try this as I have super sensitive skin. It gave a mild tingling sensation on my face and so I washed my face with cool water and applied a sheet mask later. I recommend you to do a patch test and apply on your entire face. It would be fine if you are using it only as a nose mask.
Is it messy?
No one likes a messy mask and this doesn’t drip as it has fevicol mixed. The consistency is quite thick. It gets a little messy if you apply a thick layer. As the outer layer gets dried fast and when you peel it off, you will find the inner layer still moist which cannot be peeled off.
What if I can’t peel it?
If you can’t peel it as you find it painful, you can wet the area and rinse it off with water. It doesn’t stain your face as well.
I hope you all liked this DIY. If you do so, try them and let me know your experience.