Get rid of acne, black heads, clogged pores, redness with world famous Aspirin face mask


Aspirin face mask is the easiest, effective and world famous face mask .It helps in curing almost all your facial beauty problems. It chemically exfoliates the skin, which is much more effective than manual exfoliation, because it’s more gentle and even. It makes your skin soft, helps in getting rid of black heads and clogged pores. It is considered to be one of the best treatments for acne.

Aspirin is made out of salicylic acid also known as Beta Hydroxy Acid, BHA for short.

BHA is an exfoliate and has anti-inflammatory properties. It causes the cells on the epidermis to unstick itself, removing the dead skin cells off and allowing regrowth for new skin. Studies have shown that BHA improves wrinkles, hyper pigmentation of the skin, photodamaged skin, roughness and acne.

So, Let us know how to make this mask

Take about 3-4 Aspirin and mix them into a paste with a bit of water in your hand. This paste will not be creamy. Apply it on your entire face. Wait for it to get little dry (about 10-15 mins), gently rub it and rinse it off.

Use plain Aspirin. No substitute of Aspirin should be taken. If you want your mask to be thicker then add few drops of honey into it. You can add pure Aloe vera gel instead of honey.

After washing off the mask apply toner with a help of a cotton ball .This toner will constrict the pores, making
them appear smaller and less visible. Apply moisturizer after the toner.

After using this pack you will see brighter, softer skin with less dullness. (That’s because the effective ingredient in aspirin is chemically similar to salicylic acid, which helps exfoliate skin.)

If you use this mask twice a week you will see dramatic change is severity of your break out.

Please note:

· Do not over use this mask as Aspirin may dry out the skin completely. One or two times a week is more than enough.

· Some people are allergic to Aspirin so test it on your forearms before applying it on your face.


  1. I have heard so much about this, but have always been afraid of trying it out. But your post makes it seem safer. I will pick up a strip today from the chemist :D.. Thks, nice and crisp post 😀

  2. @Tanveer I read in your blog that your skin is not sensitive but still don't forget to test it on your forearms.I am sure you will love [email protected] Unpredictableit is applicable to all skin types…if u have extremely dry skin then use it once in a week.Also if you are afraid of using it then please do a small test on your forearm.

  3. You can ask for aspirin if you dont get it then u can ask for disprin..both are affectiveYou can check out this link fir more info and details

  4. lovely website and loads of information…. love it.

    Anamika this is Farida Dsouza from Muscat, Oman. I just chanced upon your website and its awesome. I wanted to know can i use Metasin or saridon (i had got it on my last trip to Bombay) here we dont get asprin. We get a tablet called panadol similar to asprin. :laugh:

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