Using Home Remedies To Get Rid Of Acne

Using Home Remedies To Get Rid Of Acne In A Few Simple Steps

If you have acne avoid picking your skin at all costs. Picking pimples can cause acne to spread, and if your fingers aren’t sterile more bacteria can be transferred onto your face leading to new outbreaks. Picking also damages the skin and interrupts the skin’s natural healing process, meaning existing acne eruptions will take much longer to heal.

Acne home remedies can be helpful to someone struggling with acne. Acne is a skin condition that causes breakouts of pimples – commonly known as zits. Often caused by a combination of skin issues, acne is usually the result of oily skin caused by too much oil production and bacteria.

When your skin overproduces oil, the excess oil can block hair follicles, leaving your skin vulnerable to bacteria build-up. The bacteria then causes an inflammation, which creates the red pimples you see in the mirror.

Many people deal with this skin condition, but the good news is that it’s easily treated with acne home remedies. These home remedies are safe, non-toxic and best of all – they’re already in your home or can be easily obtained through your local supermarket.

If you like natural cures, consider apple cider vinegar. Many acne sufferers swear by this technique. Make a toner out of the common kitchen ingredient, by mixing one half cider and one half water. Apply it to your face after your normal cleansing routine. As with any acid (which is what vinegar is) start with less and work your way up to more, so as not to dry out your skin.

One popular remedy is an oil called tea tree oil. Tea tree oil is known to help reduce acne breakouts. Take a small amount and apply it directly to the face, but make sure you avoid any contact with the your eyes or mouth – and don’t take it internally since it’s poisonous if swallowed.

If you have a severe case of acne, it may take several weeks of using the oil before you see any changes in your skin. Another effective treatment for those dealing with the frustrations of acne is carrot juice – topically used.

Carrots are rich in vitamin A, which is believed to help cure skin blemishes. You can make a carrot juice topical solution yourself using fresh carrots and sea salt. Juice a small amount of carrots and then add in a teaspoon of sea salt.

Once you’ve created a pasty mixture, rub it gently over your face where the acne outbreak is. The salt will help exfoliate your skin. Leave the topical treatment on your skin until it dries. Then wash the mixture off with warm water.

You can also use baking soda as a facial mask to help with acne. The reason baking soda is so effective is because it removes excess oil from the skin’s surface.

Try using lemons to combat acne breakouts. Some people find that lemon juice is very effective in getting rid of acne. If you have enlarged pores and oily skin, try applying lemon juice to the area. You should limit the use of lemon juice to only once or twice a week to avoid drying out your skin.

A paste of cinnamon and honey can be beneficial as an acne treatment. Combine ground cinnamon with a dab of honey to form a paste and apply it to the acne. Cinnamon is a natural antiseptic and honey is a natural antibiotic. Together they can relieve and cure a breakout.

All of these options can help clear up your skin.

Remember, some home remedies may make your skin more sensitive to the sun. If you’ve used an acne remedy, it’s recommended that you apply sunscreen when you’re in direct sunlight to prevent damage to your skin.

It’s only natural that you want to take good care of your skin, and that’s why you are reading this. Now that you have the knowledge and advice shared in this piece, you are ready to find success, as well as smooth, clear, comfortable skin, in your fight with your acne condition.

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