The following is a list of ten home treatments for pimples. The majority of the components are antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant-rich.
Those with sensitive skin may be allergic to the ingredients listed above. Honey may be used to treat pimples because of its calming and moisturizing qualities, which help to reduce inflammation. It is possible to apply makeup to the entire face in spots
2. Green Tea
It is beneficial not just to the body but also to the skin. It contains antioxidants as well as bacteria-fighting qualities, making it highly beneficial when sprayed on the face or applied directly on acne with a cotton bud. Green tea may be prepared as usual and then chilled before consumption.
Although this is a very popular treatment, it must be used with utmost caution since it might induce irritating responses. A 1:3 ratio is used to make a solution that may be applied to pimples twice a day and left on for half a minute before being rinsed off.
4. Tea Tree Oil
Because tree oil is highly powerful and irritating when applied undiluted, it can be utilized in a 1:8 dilution. Always start by diluting the essential oil with a carrier oil.
Tea tree oil at a concentration of 4% to 5% is good for the skin. It can be used in conjunction with a non-oily, acne-friendly moisturizing gel.
5. Cucumber Ice
In a blender, make cucumber paste and freeze.
This can be used on really painful reddish inflammatory pimples to quiet them down and provide instant pain relief.
6. Cinnamon with honey
Honey and cinnamon are both thought to be effective. A 2:1 ratio may be used to dry up your pimples and reduce scarring, or it can be used as a full face mask. It has a drying effect on the skin, thus it should only be used after a patch test.
7. Aloe Vera
Aloe vera includes salicylic acid and sulphur, which work together to reduce the redness, discomfort, and pus in pimples, eventually calming the skin.
If you are not allergic to it, use it straight from your plant.
First, try a spot application.
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