In case you didn’t know, Elmer’s Glue can be used in place of pore strips in a moment of crisis. If you want to get rid of unwanted blackheads and whiteheads, look no further the white goop you used to smear all over the place as a kid.
So, how do it work?
Apply a thin layer of Elmer’s Glue to your problem area. This could be your nose, chin, or anywhere. We’re not just talking a dot of the stuff; you’ll want to cover a fairly large area for removal. We just strongly suggest avoiding your eyes. It’s just not worth the risk of gluing your eye shut.
Wait for it to dry. Some say you should wait two hours for it to dry. Nope! If you’ve applied a thin layer of glue, then it should be a matter of minutes for this to dry, not hours. Once it’s dry on the outside (non-skin side), give it an additional 5 minutes for glue to dry closer to your skim.
Peel it off! This is if you don’t just apply a small dab of glue to your face. This way you can actually peel your Elmer’s mask off — just like a pore strip.
Once it’s off, rinse your face to remove any residue from the glue.
That’s all there is to it.