Wet your nose with a clean face cloth and then dry your hands.
Open the packet that the nose strip is in, and rip the little tabs for a better fit on your nose.
Put the sticky side on your nose, wet it again and wait for around 10 minutes.
After 10 minutes, the nose strip should be as hard as papier mache. Remove it.
Removing Tool Method
Fill a wide bowl with hot (but not boiling) water.
Rest your head over the water, so that your face can take advantage of the steam.
Empty the bowl and clean the blackhead removing tool with soap and water. Proceed to use the removing tool, carefully following the instructions.
Facial Scrub Method
Wash your face and rinse with water. Do not bother to dry it.
Take a small coin-sized amount of facial scrub and lather through clean hands.
Massage your face with the scrub to exfoliate the skin.
Rinse and wash face again if necessary.
You may be familiar with this method of treating colds. However, it is also highly effective in treating blackheads.
Boil up a pot of water; adding lemon is an option.
Throwing a towel over your head so it covers the pot, keeping the steam within, lean over the pot and breathe deeply.
Do this for five minutes, until your face is quite wet from steam and also perspiration. This opens your pores.
At this point, you may choose to run a cotton make up pad over affected areas to dislodge blackheads.
Continuing on, add some cooler water to the pot so that the water remains quite hot, but not boiling, so that you may apply it to affected areas. Do so with a wet cotton pad, wringing it out, and pressing blackhead areas with the pad. Ensure the pad remains hot. Also, be careful not to burn yourself!
Cleanse after the use of this method.
Waxing At Salon
This is a little unheard of but it is a myth that black hair will grow where you wax.
Just have the beautician wax nose and other places with blackheads. Most beauticians have done this before.