10 Home Remedies For Acne
Everyone hates breakouts, especially when they occur just before an important event like a major presentation or date.
Although acne is more common amongst teenagers due to the numerous hormonal changes associated with puberty, they can affect adults too. In fact, it’s estimated that over 300 million people
suffer from acne!
In this post, we will discuss 10 quick fixes to help you with your immediate acne woes. If you’re looking for a more permanent solution towards beautiful clear skin, please go ahead and watch this
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Just dab a little white toothpaste on your outbreak area before bedtime and leave it on while you go to sleep. The toothpaste will dry out the acne as well as reduce swelling. You should see a marked
improvement in one to two days’ time.
2) Tea Tree Oil
Use one drop of 5% tea-tree oil on the affected area up to 3 times a day to help kill off the bacteria that’s causing the acne infection.
3) Aloe Vera Gel
Aloe Vera Gel not only soothe your skin (making it less likely for you to touch/scratch and aggravate your acne area), it also helps reduce inflammation. Apply it on your outbreak area twice daily. You should see a significant difference in about 5 days.
4) Dried Orange Peel
The combination of Vitamin C and citric acid found in oranges make them a good home remedy for acne.
Dry out 2 orange peels in the Sun thoroughly. Grind them up and mix them with water to produce a paste.
Apply the paste on your face and leave it on for 15 - 25 minutes then rinse it off with warm water.
5) Baking Soda
Yes, you’ll soon realize that baking soda is such a good home remedy for almost every common ailment that you’d want to store up more of this miracle worker in your home.
Baking soda possesses antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties.
Just mix 2 teaspoons into warm water to make a paste. Apply the paste to your acne area and leave it on for 5 - 20 minutes. Rinse it off thereafter. Use this method sparingly (at most twice in one week).
6) Lemon Juice
Like oranges, lemons are rich in Vitamin C and citric acid but this lemon juice remedy is much easier to prepare compared to the dried orange peel remedy.
Just squeeze out about one teaspoon of lemon juice into a bowl and apply it on the affected area with the help of cotton swabs. You can leave this on for a few hours before rinsing it off. Use this method up to 2 - 3 times a week only to prevent over-drying.
This is good for when you’re feeling the onset of a breakout coming. Wrap a couple of ice cubes in a hand towel and press it on the painful area for 5 minutes. Repeat a few times each day.
Steam can help open up your pores and allow trapped dirt to be flushed out.
Pour out some boiled water into a bowl and let it cool sufficiently.
Test with the palm of your hand by placing it ABOVE the bowl to make sure that you’re comfortable with the heat (Caution: Do NOT put your hand into the hot bowl)
Position your face on top of the bowl to steam it. Do this until there’s no more steam. You can do this once every day.
for about 15 minutes then rinse it off thoroughly. Use a moisturizer after if it’s too drying.
10) Banana Peel
When they tell you fruits are good for you, they mean it. Just look at how many of these home remedies rely on simple every day fruits.
For this remedy, all you need is one banana. Eat the banana but don’t throw away the peel. Instead, use the inside of the banana peel (the part that was in contact with the actual fruit) and rub it on your acne area. Leave it for about ½ hour before rinsing it off.
I hope these 10 home remedies help you to combat your immediate acne woes. Again, if you’re looking for a more permanent solution towards beautiful clear skin, please go ahead and watch this video right NOW: