Home Remedy For Acne – 7 Simple Home Remedies For Getting Rid of Acne


How much do you spend to on products that you hope will clear up your acne? Quite a lot, probably. But do you realize that in your kitchen there are some very common items, each of which is a proven home remedy for acne. Read on and you will learn about 7 home remedies that really work and which will also save you a great deal of money.

Baking soda – a great face scrub and an excellent exfoliant. Mix some baking powder with water to make a paste and apply it to your face. Gently massage the paste over your face, then wash it off and pat dry with clean towel

Apple Cider Vinegar – if ever there was a truly “multi-task” remedy, then this is it. Dilute apple cider vinegar in 8 parts of water and apply the solution directly on to the problem areas to kill off bacteria and absorb excess oil.

Lemon or lime juice – both contain citric so they are excellent exfoliants which strip away dirty dead skin to allowing fresh skin to surface.

Egg Whites – beat the egg whites from several eggs, to create a paste. Apply this directly to the face, leave it in place for 15 minutes and then rinse off. This helps to repair damaged skin.

Oatmeal – very effective for removing oil and impurities from the skin. Prepare oatmeal as you would, normally, and allow it to cool for a while. While it is still warm, apply it to the face, like a mask. Allow it to dry and then wash off. Dried uncooked oatmeal, dampened with warm water, can be used as a facial scrub to exfoliate the skin and clean the pores.

Tea Tree Oil (TTO) – found in most drug stores is commonly used as an antiseptic. Apply the TTO directly onto infected areas where it will effectively kill bacteria present.

Aloe Vera – is widely used to treat burns and can be applied onto acne spots to heal them and also help to prevent scarring.

So there you have it, 7 effective home remedies for acne that will certainly help to clear up your skin and will definitely be a lot cheaper than those much hyped, branded products.

Finally, the view of the medical profession is that there is no cure for acne. This view, however, was challenged by a former acne sufferer who was a Medical Researcher, Nutritionist and Health Consultant.

After years of study and research he finally realized that the accepted way of treating acne by addressing the symptoms would never work. This led to the development of a totally natural, holistic program of treatment that deals with the problem from the roots up.

Surely this must be worth further investigation.

Source by Jim Rees

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