Five Home Remedies for Acne

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Just about everyone has been through the pain of acne.

Although you’ll never want these pimples, to begin with, they certainly have a knack of showing at most inappropriate of that time period! Planning out a picnic? Prepare yourself to welcome an awful bump on that very day! Need to show up at a wedding? Don’t worry, those pimples did their prep for the festivities much better than you have! They really are a bother, especially when you don’t know how to get rid of them. To help you out, below are 5 home remedies for acne that you can try out!

 

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Ice

One way to lessen all that inflammation and pain around that pimple is by using ice. All you need to do is take some of in a clean fabric and dab it on your acne for quite a while. I know it’ll freeze, but believe me, that’s what you truly want! It’s simple, the chill working to constrict the blood vessels and tighten the pores. The cold application will also help relieve pain and inflammation benefitting your skin.

 

Steaming and Tea Tree Oil

If you’re looking for fast and effective home cures for acne, this method could work magic for you immediately! All you need to do is take some warm water and a towel and steam up the face for about five minutes. This can help open your entire clogged skin pores. Now comes the tea tree oil, which you are able to apply immediately onto the acne. The open skin pores can help the oil go through to the damaged areas for the maximum benefit. The oil is packed with antibacterial properties and has great pain minimizing properties with no side effects of peeling epidermis or awful rashes.

 

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Aloe Vera

It’s likely you have heard about how beneficial Aloe Vera is for the skin. By using it regularly, it can help you to get perfect pores and skin. Its antitoxins help fight the dangerous radicals in the surroundings to avoid those aging lines and wrinkles. Besides this, it also moisturizes your skin, replenishing its water content.

 

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Honey

Honey is a great source of antioxidants.

Studies show that applying antioxidants to the skin is more effective in treating acne than retinoids and benzoyl peroxide. Apply a teaspoon of honey to the affected area and leave it on for 30 minutes. You can also mix it with fresh strawberries (which are high in salicylic acid) and use it as your facial scrub two times a week.

 

Apple Cider Vinegar

You might have heard about this hack very often. To utilize this hack, dab just a little vinegar on a clean cotton swab and put it on onto a pimple. Do that once or twice to make certain that a pimple is well drenched in the vinegar. Leave the vinegar on overnight. Apple cider vinegar has tons of lactic acids that help get rid of off the bacteria and aid healing.

 

Every person’s skin differs. With that said, these are among the best home cures for acne that will help you wiggle out of this nasty situation. All you have to do is pick up the right materials at home. Men and women can use the aforementioned tips to cure their acne. I have tried them out them and trust me, they kept me away from a great deal of trouble!

 

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18 Replies to “Five Home Remedies for Acne”

  1. Thanks for the tips, will try these remedies for my acne problem 🙂

  2. Wow! I didn’t know about honey and strawberries. I may have to give that a try soon. I haven’t thought of using ice either. These are some great tips!

  3. I never knew about this natural treatments – they sound well worth a try with things already around my home.

  4. Okay, I am def trying ACV tonight! I have tried Tea Tree Oil and I really don’t think it does much for me. My skin is starting to get pretty bad – for me – and it is definitely hormonal… So perhaps NOTHING will work for me? LOL!

  5. My teen son has acne and uses medicine. I would rather that he use a natural remedy. I will have him try some of these.

  6. I could really use these tips lately! I absolutely hate dealing with acne, and at this point, Im willing to try anything!

  7. I have heard that steam is really effective. So I’ve been doing it when cooking rice. Great tips that I will try when I face the acne problem.

  8. Oh my teen girls will have to have a read of these as they both suffer from it sadly

  9. I have used apple cider vinegar on acne before, and it really does help. I also use it to condition my hair.

  10. I’ve heard so many people say honey. I think this is a brill post, next time I get spotty I’m gonna have to try some of these!

  11. I always like to use natural remedies when possible. These are great treatments for acne. My mom loves aloe vera and uses it all the time. She has noticed an improvement in her pores and skin.

  12. Thank you! I’m an adult who still suffers from acne time and time again. I tell myself that it’s because my skin is SO young LOL

  13. I have had a lot of luck with tea tree oil. I am always looking for home remedies to try before I go out and buy anything.

  14. I always forget about these natural remedies – but need to try them. My oldest has problems once in a while too. Another thing we have found that helps is Triple Antibiotic Ointment (like Neosporin +).

  15. I have tried honey and it has worked for me.

  16. Thanks for these tips. I know someone who is having problems with acne.

  17. My teenager has acne and we have tried so many over the counter things. Natural remedies are what has worked best.

  18. Blair villanueva says: Reply

    Apple cider is good. I also use it as toner once a week. Recently am using benzac for my sudden acne.

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