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10 Home Remedies For Acne
Skin Care

10 Home Remedies For Acne 

Our skin is a reflection of our overall health, which is why glowing, beautiful skin often results from proper care, hydration and eating a nutrient-dense diet.
Acne usually appears in different areas of the body and for different reasons. Damage to health is not caused by this problem. Scars caused by acne can cause holes in the skin or dark brown spots. Acne stains can be removed with cosmetics and home remedies. However, much more complicated to eliminate are the holes.

These post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation causes acne stains and ends up being aggravated by exploding the shins and exposing us to the sun.

We all have suffered or suffer from acne at some point in our life. Gentle herbal creams and gels, natural supplements, essential oils, and some simple lifestyle changes are part of the acne home remedies. Here are ten remedies that you can prepare right now at home that can help eliminate your dark spots and acne scars fast.

Signs & Symptoms of Acne

Depending on the specific type of acne someone has and the underlying cause of the skin irritation/inflammation, the acne symptoms will vary. The most common symptoms that acne causes include: (4)

  • Blackheads, or small black dots on the skin, usually around the nose, forehead or chin. These are also called “comedones” and result from debris getting trapped inside of a follicle.
  • Whiteheads, which can form when pus builds under the skin and forms a “head”. These result from follicles getting plugged with sebum and dead skin cells.
  • Papules and pustules (the technical name for pimples) which cause small or medium-sized bumps on the skin that are round, red and don’t always have a visible “head”. These are caused by “moderate” types of acne and are not as severe as cysts or nodules. (5)
  • Cysts or nodules, which are severe pimples that are infected and painful. They can form within deeper layers of the skin, become very swollen or tender, and take longer to heal then papules and pustules.
  • Dark spots on the skin (hyperpigmentation).
  • Scars, most often left behind from nodules or cysts, especially if they have been “popped” or picked.
  • Increased sensitivity to products, heat, sweat and sunlight.
  • Decreased self esteem, self consciousness, anxiety and depression.

Natural Treatments for Acne Stains

Some of the most popular home remedies for acne involve the use of natural herbal extracts, many of which traditional medicine practitioners have used for hundreds of years.

Aloe vera

Aloe vera For Acne
Aloe Vera contains lots of water and is an excellent and powerful moisturizer and a great regenerator of the skin, which helps us combat premature aging and show a fresh and beautiful face. Aloe vera is a natural anti-inflammatory and antibacterial, meaning it may prevent acne breakouts and reduce the appearance of acne. The aloe vera works great against acne blemishes.

The antioxidants in aloe vera reduce redness and swelling, while its natural astringent removes dead cells and excess oil.

One of the best things about aloe vera is that it doesn’t need measurements. If you can find the plant, just scrape it off the leaf and lather the scar and cover it with some plastic wrap. It might feel sticky and weird and but the results to your skin will be amazing.

How to use aloe vera
Place the aloe vera pulp in a wooden or plastic container and add the juice of a squeezed lemon. After mixing well and apply with gentle circular movements on your face. Lave it for 20 minutes and wash it out with warm water. You can also use aloe vera oil on our skin.

Aloe vera is also great for sunburns and can even be ingested if diluted properly.

Coconut oil

Coconut Oil for Bruises and acne
Any oil that is rich in omega fatty acids can work to moisturize and penetrate the skin so it can restore your skin’s glow.

Coconut oil is recommended by avid users to make it a part of your daily regimen.

Use coconut oil only on the area you want to treat. If you don’t control your usage, too much coconut oil might just cause a breakout here and there.

Coconut oil contains antibacterial and anti-inflammatory and compounds, similar to other natural remedies.

These properties make coconut oil a great option to reduce redness and swelling of pimples and destroy acne-causing bacteria. The use of coconut oil can also speed up healing in open acne sores.

How to use coconut oil
You may try rubbing directly to the area with acne, pure, virgin coconut oil. Look for coconut oil in the natural foods section of grocery stores or online.

Honey

Home remedies to treat wounds
For thousands of years, honey has been used to treat skin conditions, such as acne. Due to its many antioxidants, it can help to clear waste and debris from clogged pores. Its stimulation of tissue regeneration and natural moisturizing effects make it a popular ingredient to mix into your skincare routine.

Honey, when it is in its raw form, is amazing and it gets more medicinal properties it contains, the darker it gets. Mixing cinnamon with honey is a great renewal treatment that can help keep skin clear and smooth.

Doctors use honey in wound dressings because of its antibacterial and wound-healing properties.

How to use honey
Rub a little honey into pimples, using a clean finger or cotton pad or add honey to a face or body mask.

Garlic

Garlic
Garlic contains organosulfur compounds, which have natural antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effects. Many traditional medicine practitioners use garlic to treat infections and boost the body’s ability to fight germs and infections. It can also help to boost the immune system, which helps the body fight infections.

How to use garlic
To fight the infections and inflammation caused by acne, people can add more garlic to their diet. Some people rub whole garlic cloves on toast, chew it or make it into a hot drink.

Apple cider vinegar

Apple Cider Vinegar
Apple cider vinegar is a really unique all-around natural ingredient for everything from cleaning solutions to skin care.

How to use apple cider vinegar
Add honey and mix it. After applying it to the area, leave it on for 10 minutes. Do this up to three times a day for the best results.
Using a Q-tip, soak it in ACV first and then in water to dilute it just a bit, and apply the swab right on the looming pimple. It’ll help stop any whiteheads from forming and reduce redness.

Tea tree oil

Tea tree oil is a natural antibacterial and anti-inflammatory, which helps to kill the bacteria that causes acne.

Tea tree oil’s anti-inflammatory properties mean that it can also reduce the swelling and redness of pimples.

How to use tea tree oil
You can apply tea tree extract to their acne in creams, essential oils or gels. Always dilute them in a carrier oil first, if you are using essential oils.

Turmeric Powder

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Turmeric, because it contains curcumin, is perfect for acne scars, specifically a compound with anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties that reduce excess production of melanin, which makes your scar darker and adds pigmentation.

This treats discoloration and helps skin glow. It’s also antiseptic so it smooths your skin without irritation.

How to use turmeric
Add equal parts turmeric and honey (1 tsp each) and leave it on for about 20 minutes to allow the paste to exfoliate and remove dead skin cells. Rinse thoroughly with cool water.

Green Tea

Green tea is considered to have a noticeable impact on acne. Green tea is enriched with an antioxidant called epigallocatechin-3-gallate or EGCG.
EGCG effectively reduces the sebum production, inflammation, and bacterial growth in the acne-infected skin.

You can drink a cup or two of green tea a day to detoxify.

How to use green tea
You can apply soaked teabag onto your face or concerned areas.

Olive Oil and Baking Soda

Olive Oil and Yogurt Hair ConditionerOlive oil, with its high concentration of antioxidants and vitamins, is a great ally to end acne blemishes. In addition, thanks to its detoxifying ability, it eliminates all impurities and leaves the face smooth and shiny.

Did you know that baking soda can help with removing scars? It balances your pH and acts as a natural exfoliator. It leaves you refreshed without damaging the skin around the scar and eliminates dead skin cells.

How to use olive oil & baking soda
The treatment consists of applying to the scar a cotton ball soaked in a mixture composed of two tablespoons of mineral water and one tablespoon of baking soda. Make a paste using two parts water and one part baking soda, and scrub it on the affected area, rinsing thoroughly and gently after a minute.

Lemon

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Lemon has alpha hydroxy acids (AHA), meaning it has the healing properties your skin needs.

This lightener, known as a natural bleach, aids in new cell growth and gives your skin its elasticity back.

How to use lemon
Cut a lemon in half and rub half over the scar; squeeze the lemon to let it soak the scar for about 15 minutes. Dab with cool water to rinse.

Jojoba oil

The seeds of the jojoba shrub are used to extract this natural, waxy substance Jojoba oil.

The waxy substances in jojoba oil may help speed up wound healing, including acne lesions and repair damaged skin.

How to use jojoba oil
Mix jojoba essential oil with a cream, gel, or clay face mask and then apply it to acne. You can also, place a few drops of jojoba oil on a cotton pad and rub this gently over acne sores.

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Source: unisima.com, medicalnewstoday.com, livenobs.com, draxe.com

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