Natural Home Remedies For Acne,acne scars

10 Natural Home Remedies For Acne:

Acne vulgaris is a common skin problem.Acne can affect people of all ages. Its typical features are white pimples and lumps filled with pus, blackheads and small red bumps on the skin.

Acne is often caused by overacidification of the body, hormonal changes, certain medications, poor hygiene and excessive irritation to the skin. But clogged sebaceous glands, excessive oil production, an accumulation of dead skin cells, bacteria and clogged skin pores also contribute to the development of acne.

If acne is not treated correctly and in good time, acne scars and dark spots can form on the skin. Acne should primarily be treated based on the cause. 

With the help of various home remedies, this process can be supported in a natural way.

People are always curious about how to clear up acne fast and how i make my face smooth and pimple free.
There are best natural home remedies for acne

1.Aloe Vera

 Aloe Vera contains the anti-inflammatory and antibacterial compound saponin, which helps to kill acne bacteria, prevent infections and also supports the healing of damaged skin.
Natural Home Remedies For Acne,Aloe vera

For the use of aloe vera: Cut off an aloe vera leaf, remove the gel it contains and apply it to the affected area. Repeat this application for 1 week 2 times a day.

Another option: Mix 1 tablespoon of aloe vera gel with ½ teaspoon of raw honey and turmeric and apply to 

the affected area of ​​the skin. Leave on for 15 to 20 minutes and then rinse thoroughly with water. 
Repeat the procedure at least once a day.


The spice turmeric contains the antioxidant curcumin. Curcumin has anti-inflammatory and strong 

antimicrobial properties that target acne bacteria. Regular use of turmeric helps reduce acne bacteria.

To use turmeric, process 1 teaspoon of turmeric powder with enough water or rose water to a paste, 

spread over the affected skin and let it dry on the skin. Rinse the dried paste with cold water. Repeat 

the application twice a week once a day to counteract blemishes.

3.Coconut oil

Extra virgin coconut oil is very good for sensitive skin. With the help of the antioxidant antibacterial 

and antifungal properties, coconut oil removes harmful microbes from the skin and ensures sufficient moisture. 

To use coconut oil, wash the skin well before going to bed and pat dry with a soft cloth. Massage the 

affected areas with a small amount of extra virgin coconut oil. Wash off the oil the next morning.

To increase the effect of coconut oil, consume 1 tablespoon of coconut oil twice a day. The coconut oil 

can either be sucked and swallowed or added to smoothies and salads.

4.Baking powder

Baking soda or sodium bicarbonate works well against rashes and acne with its anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties. At the same time, it helps to balance the skin's pH value and clean the skin.

Simply mix 1 teaspoon of baking powder with a little water into a paste. Apply the finished paste to the affected areas with a cotton swab, leave for a minute and then rinse off. Repeat 1 to 2 times a week.

5. Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar has antibacterial and antiseptic properties that clean the skin pores of bacteria 

and excess oil. In addition, apple cider vinegar helps to balance the pH of the skin and can be used as a natural facial toner.

To support the cleaning process, an additional 1 teaspoon of apple cider vinegar can be mixed in a glass of warm water and drunk 1 to 2 times a day.

6. Cucumbers

Cucumbers have an astringent (contracting) effect, which helps reduce inflammation, accelerate healing 

processes and normalize the pH of the skin. In addition, cucumbers have a cooling and calming effect. By doing so, they help reduce the pain of acne.

Simply peel 1 cucumber, cut into small pieces and puree with a hand blender. Sieve the pureed cucumber 

porridge with a fine-mesh sieve and place the finished cucumber water in the fridge for 20 minutes. Dip a cotton ball in the chilled cucumber juice and dab the affected area with it. Leave on for 15 to 20 minutes and then rinse with cold water. Repeat 2 to 3 times a day for 2 days in a row.

Fresh cucumbers and freshly prepared cucumber juice should be consumed daily for cleaning from the inside.

7. Tea tree oil

Tea tree oil is a long-known home remedy and is also used, among other things, to treat mosquito bites. 

It has an antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effect .

Studies have shown that it reduces the germ burden on the skin and relieves the inflammatory symptoms of acne.

8. Honey

10 Natural Home Remedies For Acne

Honey helps you against pimples before they even appear. If you dab a little honey on the spot before the pimple emerges from the skin, this will prevent the pimple from developing.

You can also add honey to face masks: stir a tablespoon of cinnamon with two tablespoons of honey, apply the mask and wash it off after 30 minutes with lukewarm water. 

9. Steam Bath

Pour 2 liters of hot water into a large bowl and hold your face about 10 to 15 minutes above it with a distance that is comfortable for you. 

To prevent the steam from escaping to the sides, you should put a terry towel over your head. After the steam bath, clean your face with cold water and gentle care (moisturizing fluid or gel).

You can add various additives to the bath (e.g. fresh herbs such as parsley, dried chamomile flowers or marigolds). The skin relaxes through the steam bath and is cleaned deep into the pores. 

10. Healing Earth

Healing earth is also often found in face masks - no wonder: it removes excess sebum, dirt and bacteria from the skin surface. Healing earth helps less against really stubborn pimples, but can generally improve the complexion.

This is how you can make a healing earth mask yourself: Simply mix the powder (healing earth or bentonite) with water into a paste. You apply it to the cleaned face or the affected areas. 

The mask stays on the face for about twenty to thirty minutes until it is completely dry. Then the dry layers are simply rubbed, the last traces are rinsed off with lukewarm water and the skin is cared for with facial 

gel or fluid. The mask is best applied once a week. If touching the mask is too complex for you, you can simply use a ready-made healing earth paste. 

Good Skincare Routine For Acne

1. Wash your face regularly

Acne can be caused by several different factors in teenagers. However, removing excess oil and dirt from your face at least twice a day helps to prevent clogged and inflamed pores.

 Use an oil-free face cleanser and wash your face thoroughly (especially your forehead) in the morning, before bed and after exercise.

Washing your face gently and often helps a lot, but rubbing it too much can irritate acne (pimples and blackheads) and cause more inflammation and redness.

Use facial cleansers, such as those of the brands Cetaphil, Aveeno and Neutrogena.

During the early teenage years, the sebaceous glands produce more sebum (oil) due to hormonal changes, and this blocks the pores and irritates the hair follicles. 

Sometimes, bacteria grow inside the blocked pores, causing more inflammation, redness and pustules.

2.Don't forget to exfoliate your skin

Exfoliation is also important for skin health, as it removes the surface layer of dead cells, helps to clear clogged pores and to remove superficial blackheads.

Use exfoliating sponges made especially for the face, keeping in mind that both need to be moist. Apply a little cleanser (see the previous step) to the cloth and gently exfoliate your face using circular motions. Then rinse with water and pat dry with a clean cloth or paper towel.

Do not exfoliate your face every time you wash it - it will probably irritate your skin. Instead, exfoliate two to three times a week.

Keep exfoliating sponges clean. Spray some hydrogen peroxide on them after use or heat them in the microwave for about a minute - both methods will kill bacteria and most types of fungi.

3. Avoid touching your face

 Many teenagers have a habit of touching their faces and unconsciously poking their pimples, but that only makes them worse.

Bacteria can be easily transferred from the hands and nails to the face and can grow and clog pores. Therefore, avoid having the habit of resting your head on your hands or sleeping with your face touching your arms and hands.

Squeezing a pimple may seem like a quick and easy solution, but it can cause inflammation, infection and scarring. Letting acne take its course usually leaves your skin smooth and healthier in the long run.

Many dermatologists recommend not to pop or squeeze your own pimples. Instead, they suggest leaving it to an expert. 

4. Do not use excessive makeup or lotions

 During the outbreak of acne, use as little makeup as possible, as it can clog your pores and stimulate pimple formation. 

You probably won't have any problems using eye-shadow and lipstick, but avoid excess foundation, face powder and blush on areas affected by acne - and especially oil-based cosmetics.  The same goes for moisturizers. 

While keeping your skin hydrated helps prevent and combat acne and dryness caused by some medications, the creams and lotions used should be water-based, not oil-based.

When choosing a makeup for acne-prone skin, look for those "oil-free", "non-comedogenic", "water-based", or "mineral-based".

Lotions (from brands like Complex 15, Cetaphil, Aveeno and Eucerin) and sunscreens (from brands like Neutrogena or Coppertone) without oil are great options for skin with acne.

When using moisturizer, buy stretchers that have "balanced pH non-comedogenic" as they are not very acidic and will not block pores.

5. Stay hydrated and eat healthy

To stay healthy, your skin needs lots of water and essential nutrients, like vitamin C and omega-3 fatty acids.

 The human body loses water in large quantities daily, so it needs to be replaced regularly. Unfortunately, the skin is the last organ to be replenished with water.Therefore, drink eight glasses of 250 ml of drinking water a day. 

The skin also needs nutrients, so avoid unhealthy foods with refined sugar and give preference to foods like whole grains, beans, nuts and fresh fruits and vegetables.

Foods that increase the level of glucose in the blood (such as the sugar found in sweets such as cookies, candies and white grains) cause overproduction of insulin, which can increase the production of oil by the skin's sebaceous glands.

Foods rich in vitamin C include citrus fruits, papaya and strawberries - vitamin C is necessary for the production of collagen in the skin.

Some teenagers are allergic to dairy products (and not just lactose intolerant), so the appearance of acne can be caused by consumption of products like milk, cheese, chocolate or ice cream. 

Although it is uncommon, some experts believe that too much dairy can cause acne in some people.

More tips for pimples:

1. Integrate more vitamin A and zinc-containing foods into everyday life to reduce the formation of new pimples.

2. Eat more green foods and cut out sugar, alcohol, and coffee.

3. Drink enough to support the body's healing processes and provide the skin with sufficient moisture.

4. Do not press pimples or blackheads: Pressing gets dirt and bacteria into the skin faster. This extends the healing process and creates additional acne scars.

5. Keep hands away from the face.
Avoid makeup. Applying makeup extends the healing process.
6. Always remove makeup before going to bed.

7. Clean face with oil.

8. Avoid chemical care products. They often worsen blemishes and acne.

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  1. In recent times, I have noticed that more and more people rely on home remedies for a lot of ailments. Information like this is always helpful to people. Especially because we lack so much of knowledge like our parents and grand parents did.

  2. Thanks for giving home remedies for pimple treatment.Great post!!

  3. Really required such useful home remedies so we can get rid of side effects. Thanks


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