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Acne Home Remedies That Work Well

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Many people today are tightening their belts and are slashing the unnecessary things off their list. But there are some that cannot just be ignored or be taken off the budget. If you suffer from acne, you know that your acne treatment is one of those things that needs to stay. So what should you do to save some money without having to sacrifice some important things? Try acne home remedies and see how they work. These basic do-it-yourself remedies can help you save some cash and who knows, they might even work better than the ones you’re using right now.

At home, try making use of unconcentrated tea tree oil as facial wash to cure acne. A native plant of Australia called Melaleuca Alternifolia gives us Tea Tree Oil. They are taken from the leaves of the tea tree plant which have antibacterial properties. Only a little portion of the wash you make at home should be tea tree oil, the rest must be water. You have to dilute 5 parts of tea tree oil to 95 parts of water. It’s important to be certain that you have diluted the tea tree oil well. If not, your skin might just get irritated. If you are getting rid of your acne then these are looks that you wouldn’t want to have even in your dreams.

If you have some citrus trees in your backyard then you are lucky enough to get extra acne home remedies within your reach. Your pores can be cleaned well by the mask that you can make yourself with the orange peels. Simply pulp them with water and voila! you’ve got yourself an instant facial mask. Dab lemon juice on the affected parts to kill the bacteria that feeds on your skin oils. Lemon juice can actually help dry out unwanted oils in your skin. These remedies work because of the acidic properties of citrus fruits.

You can also look in your local market’s vegetable aisle for an easy treatment for acne. Cucumber is a gentle toner that can soothe your inflamed skin and take away the redness and swelling that takes place because of acne breakouts. It is a moisturizer that keeps your skin soft despite the drying effects of your acne remedy.

Again, watching your diet is a helpful acne home remedy. Even if no medical proof has been given out that breakouts can be caused by greasy foods, several people still do say so. Make sure that your diet has fresh fruits and vegetables to keep you on top form. Don’t forget to drink lots of water. The suggested amount is 64 ounces a day. Sounds like a lot? Not really, its only equal to 8 glasses per day. Space them out through the day and it’ll be easier to drink them. You may also add zinc supplements; Zinc may help heal wounds and promote cell growth.

So many acne home interventions are available if you know the basic recipes. They can be combined with other natural acne treatments or over the counter products. What’s great about these home remedies is the fact that they don’t have man-made chemicals so they are safe to use. Also, you can discontinue home remedies without any side effects (other than your acne returning, of course.) Try one of these home remedies, or research others that you might be able to use. They might just give you the results that you wished for.

Do you want to put an end to that never-ending acne problem? Visit David’s website for safe acne treatments. Give the acne home remedies a shot and see the results.

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