Natural medicines for acne and pimples

Acne occurs most commonly in young adults during and after puberty and then equally affect both sexes, while in later years are much more common in women. The main, but not the only reasons for this are the hormonal changes that occur during the menstrual cycle in women’s body. In addition to puberty and hormones to blame for acne and pimples can be improper diet, insufficient or improper hygiene and skin care, and even stress. Acne and pimples do not have a direct negative impact on the health of the body but can leave scars on the skin and make the person who has them to feel bad and less worthy than those who do not have such problems.

Because this appearance of the skin can be quite persistent and withstand many chemical agents intended for combating acne here are some natural resources that can help. These natural medicines for acne and pimples often can be found in our kitchens, so if there is no other help, it’s worth a try.

 

Natural medicines for acne and pimples (for outer use)

Sea salt – To begin with this is a simple advice. Short boil 0.2 liters of ordinary water and add 1/2 teaspoon of sea salt. Clean the face with this solution (with the help of cotton pads), several times a day. It will contribute to existing pimples to dry faster and skin becomes less oily and therefore less susceptible to the emergence of new pimples.

Apple cider vinegar – old and proven natural cure for acne and pimples. Briefly boil 1/2 liters of water, when completely cool add 1 tablespoon of apple cider vinegar. With this solution (with the help of cotton pads), lubricate the face every night (and other places in the body if necessary). Thanks to its antiseptic properties, apple cider vinegar prevents the growth of bacteria.

Propolis – Again simple and can be an effective natural resource against acne if the affected area of the skin are treated several times a day with propolis. A similar effect is achieved by a mixture of honey and propolis.

Honey and cinnamon – For the treatment of acne and pimple eastern nations recommend a mixture of honey and cinnamon. Treat the trouble spots on the skin once a day before bedtime.

Aloe Vera – This plant has so far demonstrated its great effect in the treatment of many skin diseases and on that list are acne and pimples. In this case the process is not complicated. Treat the acne several times a day with fresh juice from the leaves of aloe or aloe vera gel.

Cucumber – The mask of fresh cucumber cleans face and soothes inflammation in the skin and is also recommended in the fight against pimples and acne.

Papaya – The juice of raw papaya, in the form of face masks. Apply with a cotton pad.

Calendula – It is known that this plant has an antiseptic effect, a part of many pharmaceutical agents for the treatment and skin care and traditional medicine to treat pimples usually recommended twice a day (morning and evening), thoroughly washing the face with tea of calendula.

Walnut leaves – May as well also help face flushing with tea of walnut leaves.

Oregano Oil – The most powerful antiseptic plant will accelerate the process of acne treatment if you put a few drops of this oil in the facial cleanser.

 

Natural medicines for pimples and acne (for internal use)

Nettle – Nettle tea is successfully purifying the body so that it can eliminate some internal reasons for the occurrence of acne. This is recommended daily dose of about 1 liter of tea continuously throughout the day.

Green Tea – For similar reasons for combating acne and pimple is very useful green tea as a powerful antioxidant and it will be enough to drink two cups of tea a day

Vitamin A – Prevents the development of infection, feeds and nourishes the skin.

Vitamin C – It regulates sebum secretion and this is one of the most important prerequisites for the skin without acne and pimples.

Water – Water provides the skin with the moisture necessary for the general good health of the skin.

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