Are There Safe Home Remedies For Curing Acne?

Making homemade cosmetic: green clay mask mixing in bowls sea mud with fresh lemon esential oil, natural skin treatment.

Since I was 18, I have had acne since then. I still get it even though I’m older. Benzoyl Peroxide is the best and most effective treatment for acne. This has been repeated many times. I can’t believe I’ve used so many acne products that have this ingredient, and still get acne. If your skin becomes resistant to the cleanser you have been using for a while, then over-the-counter products may not work.

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You may be one of those people who is too busy or lazy to drive to the nearest Rite-Aid, Walgreen’s or Walgreen’s to find a solution to their acne. Here are 6 home remedies that can cure acne. These are the best home remedies to cure acne. I know they work and they still work for me.

Citric acid can be substituted for vinegar by using lemon or lime juice. The lime or lemon juice can be used to exfoliate, which will stop the spread or growth of acne infections. Use warm (not hot!) salt water to wash your skin if you have oily skin. Salt water is good for your skin. It helps to get rid of excess oil.

Take Note

Natural sea salt is better than regular salt you can buy in stores. Oatmeal mask is a great home remedy to treat acne. It leaves your skin soft and smooth. You have two options: cook the oatmeal and then let it cool in the fridge. Or you can mix the uncooked oatmeal into water (purified water is better for your skin) until it becomes a paste. You can either apply the oatmeal to your face or leave it on for 30 minutes.

Then rinse it off with warm water. Dry your face. This mask can be used twice daily. Aloe Vera has long been used as a tropical treatment for burns. It can be applied to the skin to prevent scarring and fade marks. It also helps with the healing of acne spots.

Baking Soda

Baking soda is a great scrub alternative. It can be used to exfoliate your skin, remove dead skin cells and unclog your pores. Use a small amount of baking soda to make a paste. Massage the paste onto your skin for ten to fifteen second. After it has dried, rinse it off with water. Dry the area with a towel.

Vinegar and apple cider vinegar are natural bacteria killers and oil absorbers. Use a cotton ball to soak in vinegar, or any other kind of vinegar, and then apply the vinegar to the affected areas.

Conclusion

These home remedies have been proven to be effective in curing acne. However, I advise you to not use too much of any of the listed remedies. Start slowly, then gradually increase your dosage. This is because your skin might be too sensitive for some of the home remedies for treating acne. However, you will eventually find a solution that suits you and helps you get rid of it!