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Top 10 Unbelievable Remedies for Acne and Pimples

Remedies for Acne

The development of acne is often an embarrassing part of life for most people. The good news is that though it’s a natural part of life, it’s not a part you have to live with. There are many acne remedies or treatments for pimples available that can help ease the pain and embarrassment of this natural occurrence. Of course, there are many so-called miracle treatment cleansers out there, but natural pimple remedies may be your best choice.

1. Garlic Cloves

Garlic cloves are well-known for their beneficial effects in treating acne. Just rub raw garlic on and around acne trouble spots and you’ll notice a difference.

2. Honey and Cinnamon Paste

A paste mixture of honey and cinnamon applied to acne is just another of the many natural remedies for acne. Apply every day for two weeks and pimples will disappear.

3. Wheatgrass Juice

While wheatgrass juice may not be admired for its taste, it is one of the most popular natural acne remedies available. So juice it up with wheatgrass as one of your remedies for acne.

4. Toothpaste

Toothpaste, not the gel kind is a fantastic way to not only reduce swelling of pimples and acne but also a great way to get rid of your acne! Just a small amount does wonders, so don’t over do it.

5. Strawberry Leaves

One of the best homemade remedies for treating acne is placing a strawberry leaf on acne trouble spots. The alkalinity of the leaf will help reduce swelling.

6. Cucumbers

Cucumbers have also been known to help treat acne. By grinding a cucumber into a paste and applying it to your face for a half hour and then rinsing, you should see marked improvement in your acne spots.

7. Rose Water

Rose water is yet another natural acne treatment. Whether you mix it with lemon juice or you combine it with another type of acne treatment mask or cleanser, rose water can help reduce the appearance of acne.

8. Oatmeal Face Mask

Applying a face mask of oatmeal or almond can help cleanse your skin as well help treat the pimples you may have and prevent new ones from forming.

9. Pure Honey

One of the most effective and easiest remedies for pimples comes with a few dabs of honey. Honey is a common cabinet staple and is known for its ability to kill many types of bacteria.

10. Ripe Tomato Pulp

And finally, applying ripe tomato pulp to your acne for up to an hour can also help treat trouble spots.

Something else to keep in mind is that it’s always helpful when trying to treat acne to maintain a clean face. Washing your face twice a day will help reduce the amount of oil that can get into pores and clog them.

If you use this simple, natural list of acne treatments, you should be well on your way to fighting off acne for good. While there are more than ten remedies for treating and acne, these are certainly the top ten and are definitely worth a second look.

The information supplied in this article is not to be considered as medical advice and is for educational purposes only.

6 Responses to “Top 10 Unbelievable Remedies for Acne and Pimples”

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    eby Says:
    i tried the cinamon and honey paste its d best owta all.it really shows the effect within 2 weeks,it also helps disapearing the pimple spots[black marks]:P
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    kaylynn Says:
    i tired the oatmeal mask before and now im starting to use it everyday you can really start noticing the difference. i use toothpaste too it does help:D
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    me Says:
    i've used toothpaste before and it actually works. i'll be having a go at the rest :)
  4. 4
    someone Says:
    Why can't you believe it? i mean other people put things such as horrible chemicals. honey and such is mild compared to other things. not to mention healthy. and if it works? hey people will give it a shot!
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    Martha Says:
    I can't believe some of the stuff that people are willing to put on their face! Toothpaste? Pure honey? It's crazy..
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    Irene Says:
    I have used the oatmeal face mask before with moderate effects. I was surprised to see tomato pulp on the list because I always figured the acid in stuff like this would irritate it. Thanks for the tips.