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Acne is perhaps one of the most common skin problems that everyone suffers from, at some point or the other in their lives. The number of creams, lotions and other skincare products available for the treatment of acne is countless but, it’s really hard to figure out what works and doesn’t work to combat those pesky pimples.
So, instead of spending time and money on the items that may or may not work for you, let’s take a look at some of the time-tested, all-natural home remedies for acne that are sure to give you the desired results of healthy, clear and glowing skin.
1. Apple cider vinegar treatment:
Apple cider vinegar is the new hero on the beauty scene, that too for a good reason. It is used for a vast variety of healthy and beauty purposes but, it is proved to be remarkably effective for treating acne. All you need is a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar and an equal amount of water. Mix the two liquids together and apply it onto the affected area. Let it sit over the zits for about 5-10 minutes before washing it off with plain water.
2. Tea tree oil treatment:
Tea tree oil has been touted as a sure-fire remedy for acne for a long time now. The antibacterial properties of tea tree oil make it an effective treatment for acne. It helps to reduce excess sebum on the skin, removes the layers of dead skin cells that trap dirt and oil, and unclogs the pores as well.
3. Fuller’s earth and yogurt face mask:
Fuller’s earth or multani mitti has been an age old home remedy for the oily or acne-prone skin. Its deep cleansing and detoxifying properties make it the ideal treatment for acne-prone skin. Yoghurt, on the other hand, has cooling and healing properties, and it makes for a great face mask base for those with oily skin. Mix in a little bit of yoghurt with fuller’s earth and apply as a face mask as an effective acne treatment.
4. Baking soda, oatmeal and honey face mask:
Baking soda is known for its excellent skin care benefits, especially when it comes to acne. It helps to dry out the zits and detoxifies and unclogs the pores. Oatmeal exfoliates and soothes the skin. Honey, with its antibacterial and deeply moisturising properties, is an ideal addition to a DIY face mask with baking soda and oatmeal.
5. Ice cube treatment:
Don’t have the time to whip up and apply a face mask? Take an ice cube and gently hold it against the affected area or zit for a couple of minutes. It will immediately reduce the inflammation and redness and, you will notice that your pimple has subsided significantly.
6. Lemon juice and rose water mixture:
A simple mixture of lemon juice with rose water is ideal for treating acne. Lemon juice has skin clarifying and deep cleansing properties. It has a generous dose of Vitamin C that helps to rejuvenate and brighten the skin. Rose water soothes, nourishes and reduces the inflammation caused by acne. The two ingredients make a wonderful combination and treat the acne well.
7. Garlic clove treatment:
The antibacterial and healing properties of garlic cloves have been known since ancient times. Peel the garlic and separate the clove. Crush the cloves using a pestle and mortar to release the goodness of the garlic. Apply the garlic paste to the affected area to disinfect the region and subside the inflammation.
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