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10 Home Remedies for Acne - How to Get Rid of Pimples - Cure Acne Fast!

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Published on Nov 13, 2015

Have you wondered where to start with DIYs for Acne, Open Pores or Acne Scars? Here are 10 top natural home remedies to get rid of acne and pimples, they are all really simple and most of them can be made with things you will already have in your house. when it comes to the recipes you don't need to do all of them - just try 1 or 2 or you can try them all and see which one works best for you!

The remedies to get rid of acne are as follows:
1. Green tea. How to make a green tea face mask ? One of the main side effects of acne is skin inflammation, and this inflammation may cause sores that develop into scars. The University of Maryland Medical Center states the ECGC chemical, which is among the most potent catechin compounds found in green tea, is effective at reducing skin inflammation.
2. Aleppo soap. We can safely say that Aleppo soap is recommended as an acne soap for the treatment of acne, but also eczema, psoriasis, cradle cap (excess sebum in infants manifested in the form of eczema), dry skin and all sorts of skin lesions and skin irritations. thanks to the presence of bay laurel oil, Aleppo soap restores the protective hydrolipid film on your skin.
3. Burdock root capsules. urdock Root (or scientifically known as Arctium Lappa) is a well known skin care herb containing tanning agents and Vitamin C. It is also rich in Essential Oils. The reason it is popular to resolve skin conditions is its anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties. There are plenty of herbalists that do recommend it and there are scientific studies that suggest it can indeed help with skin outbreaks.
4. Strawberry. Strawberries contain great quantities of salicyilic acid. Salycilic acid is also able to penetrate the pores of the skin. It exerts a comedolytic action, that is to say that it dissolves the blackheads (comedones) by eliminate the retention of sebum which obstructs the pores (pilosebaceous follicles). In this way, it reduces the emergence of white spots and also acne pimples.
5. Evening primrose oil capsules. Evening primrose oil would act on acneic skin by diluting sebum, an oily, thick substance that is secreted excessively by some acne sufferers. The essential fatty acids in evening primrose oil can reduce the phenomenon of the clogging of pores and the development of acne pimples.
6. Aspirin. The aspirin mask is supposed to be wonderful for reducing pimples, getting rid of red marks, and softening your skin. I find that the mask does indeed soften my skin and temporarily reduce the appearance of blackheads on my nose. However, that's all it does for me. My skin seems to glow right after I wash off the mask (because aspirin is anti-inflammatory and helps with any redness), but the glow fades and my skin quickly returns to its normal state.
7. Thyme. Recent studies have indicated that a dye prepared from the leaves of thyme iscapable of inhibiting or preventing the growth of the bacteria (Propionibacterium acnes) responsible for triggering the inflammation which occurs in the case of the acne. Read the article: Thyme, acne and antibacterial action.
8. Rosewood essential oil. This essential oil facilitates in slowing down the ageing process. It is able to regenerate tissue and stimulate the cells with the ability to enhance the creation of skin elasticity. It can also help sooth skin problems like improving acne, clearing blemishes and balancing the skin.
9. Facial clay mask. So you can see why this type of clay is preferred if you have acne. Please note that your acne may seem to get worse because it is bringing toxins to the surface. This is normal and will subside in a week or two depending on the severity of your acne. For particularly troublesome acne, apply tiny amounts to the pimples and leave it on overnight. This works really well if you mix the clay with pure apple cider vinegar or an herb infused vinegar.
10. Homeopathy. Since acne can be caused by various factors – excess oil secretion, changes in hormone levels, heredity, etc., homeopathy can be an effective way to treat acne. This is because treatment in homeopathy is individualistic and holistic. Individual examination, case analysis, your medical history, your physical, mental and emotional constitution, your age, your gender, your ethnicity, and your susceptibility to the disease are all very important considerations in determining the exact homeopathic remedy for you.

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