Acne Treatment

Natural remedies for acne.

Treating acne using horseradish and wine or vinegar preparation using a cotton wool pad

Acne is definitely a puberty disease and is partly related to a disordered kidney. For this reason, spicy and salty foods should be avoided, as well as expensive salads and acidified beverages. Salads should be spiced with yoghurt.

To combat acne, drink 1 litre of stinging nettle tea a day, spread slowly over the day.

In the morning and evening apply horseradish vinegar on a clean, wet face and let it take effect for 10 minutes.


  1. Insert shredded horseradish into a bottle and pour wine or fruit vinegar over it. Vinegar must completely cover the horseradish.
  2. The maceration is allowed to stand for ten days in a room with moderate temperature.
  3. Because it is used directly from the glass, without spilling the vinegar, it should be kept in a disinfected plastic bottle, with a perforated lid.

The horseradish takes the vinegar, the vinegar takes the horseradish. It forms a mild vinegar essence that any skin can bear.

Lotions based on cabbage juice - are extremely effective in combating excess sebum, the main factor leading to the appearance of baskets. Bake several times a day with cabbage juice (breed and squeezed) or apply cataplasms with chopped cabbage leaves on affected and inflamed areas.

Green lettuce - put green lettuce leaves on top, boiled in water, along with a few drops of olive oil.

Dandelion macerate (also recommended in rheumatism) - is especially recommended for juvenile acne. Collect dandelion flowers when they begin to wipe out, put a bunch of flowers in the evening in half a liter of cold water and leave them to soak until the next day. Stretch the liquid and clean your face with it several times a day.

Lavender vinegar - fill a jar with blooming peaks of dried and crushed lemonade, without bacon, then add vinegar vinegar, stirring very well. Close the hermetically sealed jar and allow the composition to soak for 2 weeks, then filter. Put one tablespoon of this vinegar in half a glass of water and apply plenty of compresses to the face and leave for 10-20 minutes, then rinse with lukewarm water.

Lemon juice. The blades contain citric acid. It attacks bacteria that cause acne. Lemon juice is applied on problem areas and allowed to act for 15-20 minutes. Also, from lemon juice mixed with honey you can make a regenerative mask with anti-acne properties. Leave it on the face for 30 minutes, then rinse with warm water. Help if you drink lemonade often.

Garlic is an excellent antibacterial. Garlic juice is applied exactly on problem areas. Let it act for 15-30 minutes.

Corn starch calms redness and irritation. You can apply corn starch all over the face and let the mask act (even a whole night).

The Aloe Gel reduces inflammation and redness. Apply the gel several times a day. If you have such a plant (Aloe Vera) in your home, you can directly use the liquid in the leaves. It is more effective than the gel. Coconut has antibacterial and antifungal effect. It is also extremely moisturizing and mild with the complexion.

Apply coconut oil to the problem area and massage easily. For maximum benefit, use organic coconut oil (unrefined).

Apple vinegar (make sure it is natural). It has to be very diluted because it is quite rough with the skin. You can mix apple vinegar with fine salt. Apply the mixture on the troubled areas and let it act for 5 minutes. Rinse with cold water.

Ice Cubes - Sticks an ice cube to troubled areas to help reduce inflammation. The ice closes the pores and so the bacteria stay away from the skin. You can also wash your face with very cold water. The effect is the same.

Cucumber is a very popular tonic and prevents the appearance of acne. The raw cucumber cuts the slices with which it "lubricates" the skin. After 15 minutes rinse the "treated" area with warm water.

Tea tree oil is a famous anti-acne remedy. It has antibacterial and antifungal properties. Lightly massage acne affected areas with little tea tree oil and do not rinse.

Coriander tea and mint tea are effective remedies for treating acne. After the skin has been thoroughly cleaned, tea is applied (either coriander or mint). It can be used every night. These teas refresh your face, reduce redness and inflammation caused by acne.

Egg white is a good natural remedy for acne. It reduces pores and reduces sebum. Apply on clean skin and leave at least 10 minutes (up to 1 hour).

Sodium bicarbonate does good work for this condition. It is antiseptic, fight against bacteria and fungi and reduce excess sebum. Where else you can make a slight exfoliation, leaving your skin soft and clean. The recipe is simple. Mix sodium bicarbonate with water in equal amounts until a thick paste is obtained. The mask is applied to the skin and after 15 to 20 minutes of rinsing with warm water.

Banana, or more precisely the banana peel, can be used successfully in the fight against acne. The bark of this fruit contains lutein, an extremely powerful antioxidant. This substance reduces inflammation, redness and encourages the growth of healthy cells. Whip your face with a banana peel, and stay for 30 minutes. After a few applications you will notice the difference

Strawberries mixed with honey ... this is still a natural treatment for acne. These small fruits are rich in salicylic acid. It encourages the epidermis to regenerate, open pores and neutralize bacteria. The mask in this blend is easy to do in the house. Take 3 strawberries, wash them well, add 2 teaspoons of honey and make a puree that you apply to your face. After 20 minutes of rinsing with hot water. Papaya treats pimples. This fruit removes dead cells and excess lipids from the surface of the skin, leaving it soft and velvety.

The papaya pulp is applied directly to the skin and should act for about 20 minutes.

The natural acne treatments have been used successfully since ancient times. They are not costly and have no adverse effects. Your skin will definitely look better after using it.

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