Make mint face wash
Take several shoots of fresh mint and remove the leaves from the stems. Measure one cup of mint leaves and place them in the blender or food processor. Add two cups of water to the blender, place the lid and pulse it on medium to make a smooth paste of mint leaves. Line a wire sifter with cheesecloth and set it over a clean bowl. Pour the mint puree onto the cheesecloth and allow the liquid to drain and drip into the bowl. Once all the liquid has strained, gather up the cloth with mint pulp and extract the remaining liquid by squeezing it with hands.
Prepare your skin for treatment
The next step is to prepare yourself for the treatment. Pull your hair away from the face and tie them up in a pony tail or wear a shower cap. Wash your face with a gentle cleanser and pat it dry with a towel.
Apply mint juice on your face
Dampen a cotton ball with the mint juice you have just prepared and gently dab it over the affected areas. Do not wash your face after applying mint juice, just let it air dry so that the mint extract penetrates through the skin and cures blackheads effectively. Besides treating your blackheads with the mint juice, rinse your skin with a mint based face wash daily before going to bed.