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While acne might be something that we fight most in our hormonal adolescent years, break outs of it can occur every once in awhile post-adolescence and they can be quite bad. A lot of factors go into the occurrence of a breakout, with environment being a slightly underestimated factor. More polluted environments means dirtier and oiler skin and this contributes to acne formation.
Improper maintenance is another leading factor and it’s necessary for the individual to make use of the many remedies available to tackle the problem.
And how many remedies exist for the universal problem of acne! All of those listed in this article lends themselves to being carried out everyday, because the ingredients involved are widely available and affordable. Take note of these and try a few of them out. You’ll be in for a pleasant surprise.
We are all aware of how effective lemon is in treating skin problems, from blemishes to wrinkles. This is because lemon contains a lot of vitamin C and is rich in antioxidants. These two together really make it a skin treatment powerhouse. The acidic nature of lemon juice makes it particularly effective against acne causing bacteria.
Squeeze a sufficient amount of lemon juice out of a few lemons and apply it to the face. You can also rub lemon pieces over your face.
Many variations of this treatment exist, such as mixing lemon juice with honey or rose water. Try what catches your attention.
Baking soda is a fairly common household ingredient with many skin benefiting properties. It absorbs oil very well and oil is a contributing factor in the formation of pimples. It also exfoliates your skin and removes dead cells.
Simply take a few spoons of baking soda powder and mix it with a little water. You want a medium consistency, so adjust accordingly. Apply this paste to your face and leave it on for about fifteen to twenty minutes. Rinse off with warm water afterwards. Do this a few times a week.
Apple cider vinegar is an excellent antimicrobial agent because of its acidic nature. It absorbs the excess oil, restores the pH balance on your skin and makes it difficult for bacteria to colonize your face. In short, it makes the conditions favourable to acne formation disappear.
The application is easy: mix 1 part of the vinegar with 4 parts of water. Dip a cotton ball or a cloth in this mixture and apply it to the face. Leave it for fifteen minutes and wash off with warm water afterwards. For the best results, do it a few times a day.
It might sound odd, but oatmeal can reduce the number of pimples you have on your face. It does this by absorbing the extra oil and cleaning out the blocked pores, while also removing dead cells.
To make use of oatmeal this way, mix a little lemon juice and honey with a cup of oats. Mix this well and apply it to the face. Let it rest for about half an hour. Wash with warm water afterwards. Do this a few times a week.
Tea tree oil is a natural antiseptic and antimicrobial. It really combats the bacteria that help in the formation of acne.
Take a drop or two - only a drop or two - of tea tree oil and apply it to the pimples. Do not use too much because it may irritate your skin. You can dilute it with water if need be. Do this a few times a day, washing with warm water afterwards each time.
These home remedies for acne are extremely effective and will bring much improvement. You can say goodbye to acne soon after you begin treatment with one of these remedies. But bear in mind that you must conduct these remedies consistently. Time will bring the results. Get started!
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