|Home Remedies For Your Skin|
Homemade Acne-Treatment Facials
Banish blemishes by using tasty food items you can find you in kitchen.
Tomatoes contain the antioxidant compound lycopene, which is found in many over-the-counter products used to fight acne. Cut a tomato in half and massage it into your skin (do not do this on open blemishes because it may sting). Let it dry and then rinse with warm water and pat dry.
Apple and Honey Mask:
Apples contain antioxidants that are good for the skin, while honey has properties that make it a mild exfoliant and moisturizer. Grate an apple and mix with two teaspoons of honey. Apply this mixture to any blemishes and leave on for 10 minutes. Then rinse with warm water and pat dry.
Another fruit that contains the skin-friendly antioxidant compound lycopene is watermelon, which also works as an exfoliant. Take a small piece of watermelon and mash the flesh into a pulp. Apply the pulp to your entire face and let it dry. Rinse with warm water and pat dry.
Tea Tree Oil To Fight Blemishes Naturally
Banish blemishes the all-natural way with tea tree oil.
Tea tree oil is a known anti-inflammatory with astringent antiseptic qualities that may help reduce the size of your blemish while also unclogging your pores. Put a small amount of the oil on a cotton ball or Q-tip and apply it directly on the blemish. Tea tree oil has a very strong scent and should not be applied near the eyes.
Try Burt’s Bees Herbal Blemish Stick—it contains tea tree oil as well as 9 other all natural ingredients that will work to treat and prevent blemishes.
Soothe Body Acne With A Sage Bath Treatment
Treat body acne by taking a soothing herbal bath.
Sage will soothe your irritated skin while also soaking up the excess oil that may be causing your pores to clog.
Place 2 tablespoons of fresh sage leaves and a ½ cup of oatmeal in a piece of cheesecloth. Tie the cloth closed with string or ribbon and hang it under the faucet of your bath. Allow the water to run over the cheesecloth while filling the tub with warm water. After soaking for a few minutes take the cheesecloth off of the faucet and press it against your skin where you have blemishes.
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