Dispense a small amount of the mask into your hand (or small mixing bowl) and mix with water to make a “toothpaste” consistency. Spread this over the area that you would like to treat for blackheads. Do NOT use all over the face- only on certain locations. Do not put on broken capillaries – or on cheeks that have rosacea.
Wear this on your nose or affected area for 3-4 nights in a row! That part is important. The baking soda will emulsify the plug and the clay will pull it out. This mask also has MSM in it, which is like powdered sulfur. If you have any severe allergies to sulfur, you may need to avoid this mask.
Then you’ll want to take a break for one week – and then start again. If you’re noticing that your blackheads are getting much better, then you can take a break and then use it again if you see them come up again. If you’re noticing the blackheads are not getting better, you can do 4 nights in a row. But make sure to use the Salis Salt Scrub as well, just to be safe that you don’t dry your skin out.
The mask may flake off a little during the night. We recommend putting an old towel over your pillow to avoid a little mess.
If you’re not noticing a huge difference, you may need to make the mask a little thicker. If you don’t love it we offer a full money back guarantee!
We’ve also noticed a huge difference in pore size. They definitely get smaller with this mask!
Steam your face really well (30 minutes or more) and extract any large pores with an extractor tool. Then use the Blackhead Removal Mask! It will help seal up and refine the pore size.