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Best Home Made Remedies for Acne and Pimples

Your skin is your friend and a reflection of your internal health. Pimples, however, can wreak havoc on your skin and are indicative of indicates oxidative damage, poor nutrition, and hormonal imbalances. Pimples are an aggravation of the skin in which the sebaceous organs (oil organs) get contaminated with microorganisms, swell up, and fill up with pus-like discharge. Pimples are a typical skin condition that affects several individuals and can cause painful and hideous looking outbreaks on the face, back, chest and even your arms. Left untreated, acne can cause your self-esteem to take a beating while also causing scarring.

There are numerous prescription drugs and topical medications available in the market that can be used to treat pimples but they can not only take time but also cost a lot of money. However, with the help of these natural, home-made remedies, you can get clear, spotless and acne-free skin in no time.

Ice

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Just as ice can be used to reduce inflammation when you get a sprain or a muscle spasm, Ice can also be utilized to rapidly decrease the redness, swelling, and irritation of pimples. It helps in enhancing blood flow to the influenced region, thus helping fix the skin pores and uprooting grime, dirt, and oil collected on the skin. Simply wrap an ice cube in a clean cloth and hold it against the affected area and within no time you will see a noticeable reduction in the redness as well as swelling.

 

Lemon

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Another quick way to get rid of nasty pimples is by using lemon juice. Rich in vitamin C, lemon juice is also rich in citric acid that helps exfoliate the skin as well. Lemons can also help lighten the skin thus helping reduce the appearance of scars while preventing new breakouts from appearing on your skin. Ensure you always make use of a fresh lemon instead of packaged juice, which contains several additives. Simply dab a cotton swab and wipe it across your pimples before going to bed. In the morning, rinse your face with cool water and marvel at the results.

 

Tea Tree Oil

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With its natural inflammation-fighting properties, Tea tree oil is a mild antiseptic which helps cut through the excessive sebum and dead skin cells, thus helping unblock the pores. Additionally, its rich in antibacterial properties which destroy the acne-causing bacteria, which goes a long way in preventing further outbreaks. Simply mix a few drops of tea tree oil onto a cotton pad and dab it on the affected areas. Try this remedy only twice a day as excessive usage could result in drying up your skin and can even further aggravate your acne.

 

Toothpaste

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Toothpaste which use every morning to clean your teeth can serve a dual purpose as it can be utilized to treat pimples rapidly. The clotting properties of a toothpaste can help reduce the redness and swelling while preventing bacteria from spreading to other skin pores. Moreover, it also has anti-inflammatory properties which help heal damaged skin along with baking soda which exfoliates impurities in your skin. You should make use of white toothpaste and abstain from using gel toothpaste.

 

Steam

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Steaming, in general, is great for your skin but can prove to be a lifesaver, especially when you have pimples. Steam will help open your pores and allow your skin to relax. It also flushes out any oils, dirt, grime and microscopic organisms stuck in your pores which can result in contamination or aggravation.

Simply boil up some water in a pot, allow it to cool and then place your face above the bowl. Drape a towel over your head to avoid steam from escaping and allow the steam to interact with your face for 5-10 minutes. Once you’re done, pat your face dry and enjoy flawless, clear skin.

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