Acne normally appears on the most noticeable areas of the body such as the face, neck, and chest. A good way to save money on cleansers and medications to treat acne is to use a home treatment for acne.
When deciding on a natural remedy, it really depends on the condition of the individual’s skin, for a minor breakouts there are many quick remedies and solutions that can be used. Where only a few pimples are the problem, toothpaste and egg whites are often used to remove pimples overnight. When all over breakouts are the problem, egg whites will also be the solution for a quick treatment. However, for a long term remedy, individuals can drink water to help detoxify your body and cure acne. Also eat plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables. Taking in at least 8 to 10 glasses of water daily will helps you to cleanse your body system. It is suggested that someone suffering with a skin disorder first seek the diagnosis of a dermatologist, then research the type and severity of the problem. Having homemade acne treatments and natural options as backups to prescription medications may help the sufferer in the long run, especially if skin sensitivity is the cause.
Few home treatment also includes:
(i) Try getting some sunshine everyday, the sun actually kills the bacteria, and dries up the sebum oil that produces acne. its a common home treatment for acne that doesn’t cost anything.
(ii) Apply an oatmeal mask at least once or twice a week. Cook oatmeal, and while it is still warm apply it to your entire face. Allow the oatmeal to dry, then wash it away. You can also use dried oatmeal, dampened – but not cooked – with warm water as a facial scrub to exfolliate the skin and clean the pores.
(iii) Apply honey to scare off acne. Honey is a great medicine that helps to remove not only the scars but also acne itself. Leave honey on the acne related areas overnight.
(iv)A food allergic reaction can result to acne breakouts, so avoid eating processed foods, and stick to more natural fruits and vegetables. The important thing is to drink plenty of water, eat fresh fruits and vegetables, get plenty of sleep, wash your face at least twice a day, and take vitamins – especially vitamin A and vitamin E.