This remedy provides great prevention of breakouts
and involves taking the fenugreek leaves, crushing them, and making a paste out of them. You should then apply it to
infected areas every night, then wash it away the following morning with warm water.
honey has naturally occurring anti-bacterial qualities it is often applied to the face as a mask, killing surface bacteria.
Typically, the mask should be applied once or twice weekly depending upon the results of usage.
Distilled White Vinegar
the vinegar as a topical solution, letting it sit on the infected area for at least 5-10 minutes. Then rinse it thoroughly
with cool water. Often the vinegar can be a little too strong so it is recommended that you dilute it, though not too much.
Make-up or Cosmetic Usage
put, this is a common sense remedy for acne. Just avoid using these products because more than likely the chemicals and oils
used to manufacture them will clog the pores, which, in turn, leads to more breakouts.
• Further Remedies
Beyond the common natural remedies for acne, there are a few other
interesting options available and worth mentioning at this time.
Diet and Vitamin Supplements
former days, when the diets of civilizations included only naturally occurring food from the ground, the usage of fertilizers
and pesticides has taken a toll on the nutrient content of much of the food that we eat. Add to this the fact that our food
is further manipulated by chemical preservatives and you have some further explanations for the occurrences of some acne breakout.
To combat this, observing a proper and balanced diet and taking a hearty multi-vitamin can actually go a long way towards
preventing certain bio-chemical conditions which provide fertile ground for acne.
Echinacea and Oregon Grape
herbs are both useful for boosting the body's immune system and also combating many forms of acne-causing bacteria.
in large quantities, vitamin A has actually been used to successfully treat some severe forms of acne. But it must be clear
that if you plan to use vitamin A as a possible remedy you should consult a physician because, if used in large enough doses,
it can be toxic.
if added to one's diet, can actually aid in the healing of acne lesions and help in the prevention of scarring....