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Thursday, June 25, 2009

Natural Cure Home Remedy - Acne & Pimples

Acne is a common inflammatory skin disorder, characterized by pimples on the face, chest, and back.
Some effective natural home cure remedies to cure acne and pimples.

Fresh Lemon juice: Combine juice of one lemon with equal quantity of rose water. Apply this mixture on the face (for about 15-20 days) and let it stay for 30 mins and then wash with fresh water.
Lemon: Massage the face with the skin of lemon and then wash with lukewarm water.

Apple cider vinegar: It helps wash out the pores and removes excess oil, fights bacteria, and helps to maintain skin's pH balance. Apply on the skin with cotton ball.

Basil: Apply dried basil leaves along with boiling water on affected areas with a cotton ball.

Carrot Juice: The oils present in carrot juice helps stop acne.

Cucumber: Apply cucumber liquid on the face or drink it daily for a clear skin.

Aloe: The pulp of the aloe vera plant is used as a skin cleanser. Use regularly twice a day for at least 6 months or more to reduce scars / infections and improve skin complexion.

Egg whites: It acts as an astringent, which should be applied on the skin for several hours.

Garlic: Raw garlic when rubbed on the skin helps to reduce acne.

Grapefruit seed extract: Solution of grape fruit juice and water should be applied on the affected areas using a cotton ball two or three times a day.

Neem cream / oil / paste: Neem contains outstanding anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-viral capabilities. Apply on the skin to reduce acne.

Precautions: Remember not try to prick and peel the acne otherwise it may leave permanent marks on the face.

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Anonymous said...

Good Informative Post! Many people think that acne is caused by dirt or eating foods such as ice-cream or chocolate, however acne is actually caused by overactive sebaceous glands. These are glands in the body that produces sebum. The main purpose of the sebum is to make the skin and hair waterproof and to protect them from drying out.

An excess of sebum, however, can make the skin or hair oily and thus traps bacteria and clog the pores. The body's defense system will send out an army of white blood cells the to combat the bacteria. The overall process takes a few days and the final result is an acne pimple.

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