Turmeric root, a spice from India, fights bacteria and inflammation. A typical dose of turmeric is 1/2 to 1 teaspoon twice daily. It can be taken in milk, almond milk, yogurt, or applesauce. Turmeric can be constipating and should be taken with plenty of water.
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can honey and cinnamon be used even if my skin is oily???pls let me kno..i am in desperate need of a remedy which will work for me…i dont have big pimiples…just those slight elevations on skin plus lots of scars
hey rukiaya, i’m from pakistan too and have issues, it is very true, doctors here dont know much about this they just give you antibiotic medicines which in either dries up your skin to much or heats you up from the inside, i’ll be trying some of these remidies surely hopefull it will work
Just a heads up… I think someone’s skin stinging from ACV, lemon juice, etc. is all based upon the individual. I can use straight ACV or kombucha vinegar on my skin as a toner, but when we tried ACV on my DD her skin looked as though she had sunburn everywhere we put the ACV via a cotton ball… it stung her skin so she had to rinse it off STAT once we realized it was not just a bit of an initial discomfort & was actually burning her face. It didn’t sting me in the least bit though, go figure!?
There are several factors that are known to play a crucial role in the occurrence and spread of acne. High levels of hormones such as androgen as well as testosterone are known to increase the production of skin oils, thereby triggering the development of acne on the skin. Certain bacteria are also known to cause acne. Health experts have stated that although bacteria are present on the surface of the skin, they thrive when the skin begins to secrete high amounts of oil. Health experts have stated that there are also various medications that can trigger the occurrence of acne among certain individuals. This is due to the fact that consuming certain medications can cause hormonal fluctuations in the body, thereby triggering the excess production of sebum, which in turn causes the problem of acne.
I’m 15 and had acne since i was 12, but about 7 months ago i started putting things on my face that i thought would work to remove acne (most of it didn’t), then i got clear fingernail polish and rubbed it on all of my pimples.i did that for about a week and it did a great job, it dries out your pimples but not your skin. Then i took it a couple steps further, i shut my sink, boiled about 2 gallons of water then poured into sink and stand over the sinkwith a towell over your head. The steam opens your pores. So after that you get alcahol, apply to a cottonball, then apply to your face…
Egg whites also make a great home remedy for getting rid of pimples. To use this method, simply separate the egg white from the yolk. Then, you can use a cotton swab, cotton ball, or simply your fingers to apply the egg white to your skin. Your skin will glow and begin to tighten. Leave the egg white mixture on your skin for up to an hour for best results.
Acne treatment that you apply to the skin: Most acne treatments are applied to the skin. Your dermatologist may call this topical treatment. There are many topical acne treatments. Some topicals help kill the bacteria. Others work on reducing the oil. The topical medicine may contain a retinoid, prescription-strength benzoyl peroxide, antibiotic, or even salicylic acid. Your dermatologist will determine what you need.
proactive is the worst skin product to ever use, i also tried it and it destroyed my skin worse then any other product has. if i didn’t use it one day my entire face would break out. acne is one of the worst battles to go threw, in all honesty stop spending money on proactive, dont spend money on store products like oxy, clean and clear, or spectro, etc, google acne clinics where you live and see a professional about your skin.
Benzoyl peroxide, available as an over-the-counter product (for example, Clearasil, Stridex) and by prescription (for example, Benoxyl, PanOxyl, Persagel), targets surface bacteria, which often aggravate acne. Irritation (dryness) is a common side effect.
-Steaming can be helpful, but don’t abuse it. A direct blast of steam to the face can burn you if you’re not careful. I’ve found that a nice, warm shower does wonders for warming up my skin, versus literally sticking my head over a boiling pot.
I have been taking turmeric and dandelion root internally and think they are helping. For me though I have to stay away from using proactive I have such sensitive skin and it leans more towards being dry.
Take a look at any of OTC acne-fighters and you’ll probably spot salicylic acid on the ingredient list. Willow bark is its natural, botanical source. It sloughs off dead, pore-clogging skin cells, paving the way for clearer skin. Look for products that list willow bark extract on the ingredient list, like Eminence Organics Clear Skin Willow Bark Booster-Serum ($56, eminenstore.com).
Mix into a fine gloopy paste, spread over face, leave it on for half an hour, gently rub/wash off, then moisturise. I do this daily. lemon juice is fading my old scars and discolouration, the honey soothes my dry bits and fights bacteria and the sandalwood exfoliates and tones as it’s astringent (and I really like the smell, if you don’t like it I think rose water would be a good substitute!)