Hey guys just saying the Tea Tree oil stings your eyes A LOT! I just rubbed some on my face (make sure you dilute it first because you can get chemical burn) it works though… I’m 11 years old and I’m breaking out and I have the school dance in a few weeks and I’m going out with my crush :). Wanna be pimple free by then… HELP ME!
make a paste with gram flour with warm water, then mix lemon juice with a little salt,add white tooth paste, mix in a little white egg not the yolk,add aloe vera oil(just a few drops) mix these together with the flour paste(must be thick and warm) rub it on your face and leave for 15 to 30 mins(depending on ur skin sensitivity) wash off and then stem your face for about 10 mins, rinse your face and then use warm soft cloth to clean your face(you would see brownish dirts coming off) rub non oil moisture cream. Repeat at morning before bath and evening before sleep. You would see miracles in less than four days tops a week. Plus it lightens the skin making it glow.
Most people find themselves suffering from an acne outbreak at some point usually during their adolescence when they go through puberty. Whether it’s due to hormones or stress. Contrary to popular belief, pimples don’t necessarily mean your skin is dirty or unclean — in fact, over-cleansing can irritate your skin even more. However, hormones aren’t uncontrollable, and there are simple changes you can make to eliminate your breakouts. You can have your glowing, healthy, and pimple-free skin back in no time.
Tea tree oil, also known as melaleuca, is one of my favorite and most recommended remedies for acne because it has amazing microbial properties that help fight the bacteria causes acne. A study published in the Australasian Journal of Dermatology revealed that tea tree oil provides positive results for mild acne with no serious adverse effects. The study asked participants to apply tea tree oil to the affected area of the face twice a day for three months with assessments conducted at four, eight and 12 weeks of use. The acne was reduced, making tea tree oil a great choice for how to get rid of pimples. (14)
Gluten can cause inflammation of your intestinal tract. When you have inflammation of your gut, it actually shows on your skin. A lot of people think when you have acne, it’s just a skin issue. Well, it’s more of an intestinal issue. If you can heal the gut, you can clear your acne problem instantly.
Sorry to burst your bubble, but popping a zit is never a good idea. Your hands aren’t always clean, and dirt under your fingernails and improper squeezing can cause acne to spread or lead to further infection, Dr. Hammerman says. Plus, popping can lead to pitted scars, which stick around much longer than that pimple would.
Lemons act as an exfoliant, skin lightener, and disinfectant to reduce the appearance of scars and prevent new pimples from forming. On a clean face, dab acne with a cotton ball or cotton swab dipped in lemon juice, then rinse with cool water.
Those big, painful zits will leave a scar if you pick and prod at them—”the only way to reduce it quickly is to drain it, and that’s not a DIY deal,” Dr. Schultz warns. The reason they’re painful is because quick expansion stretches the nerves. “Drinking good red wine is often helpful [to numb the pain],” he jokes. Take Advil, apply a warm or cold compress (whichever feels better to you), and go see your derm. “Cortisone shots are the true ‘spot treatments’ for painful cystic acne lesions,” Dr. Tzu says.
Make changes to your lifestyle to prevent acne. Though this won’t quickly get rid of existing acne, you can make changes to your life to help prevent and heal acne. For starters, washing your face twice each day is the best way to heal and prevent acne.
Rub a light layer of honey into your skin, and let it sit for 30 minutes. Rinse off with warm water. Honey has a variable pH from 3 to 6, but at a pH between 3 and 4, it contains AHA’s that will exfoliate skin.
• Widespread nutritional deficiencies of zinc, omega-3 fats, and some anti-inflammatory omega-6 fats like evening-primrose oil promote acne, while supplementing with them can help boost immunity and reduce inflammation and acne.
Find products containing azelaic acid. Azelaic acid is an antibacterial that also helps to reduce redness and inflammation and is found naturally in wheat and barley. If your acne tends to leave dark marks on your skin, try a product that uses azelaic acid to clean your pores and reduce acne-produced dark spots.
Salicylic acid. A master exfoliator, SA keeps pores clean, and it comes with a pretty cool bonus benefit too: “It crystalizes and settles into pores to prevent new from forming,” explains Dr. Lee.
Sleep – Less sleep can cause your skin to produce more sebum, and this can cause acne. Sleep deprivation can also increase the stress levels and worsen your acne. Sleeping for at least six to eight hours every day is recommended