How To Get Rid Of Pimples Naturally

Before you take that trip, fight those ugly pimples and rid them from your life. No one likes the sight of pimples, especially while traveling. Below are some very simple ways to rid yourself of those unsightly pimples. Make your trip better, and for a more appealing look in your memorable photos while on your trip, just follow these steps.

Pimples are one of the common skin problems that affect approximately 75% of individuals in their life at some point. Pimples tend to pop up from nowhere; it’s so unfair because it takes forever to go away. It seems to come at the most unexpected times: just before your wedding, the critical job interview, and even your prom night. Some people are more likely than others to deal with them.

It often appears to be in a visible spot on the forehead, when it grows. Some pimples treatments come with harsh side effects and may not be for most people. Naturally, it is possible to get rid of pimples in many ways. Here are tips to help you get rid of pimples naturally.

Go green or go home: Green tea comprises flavonoids and tannins that are known to help fight the cause of inflammation and pimple bacteria. It is also rich in the antioxidant epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG), shown to fight decrease sebum production, inflammation, and prevent acne development in people with acne-prone skin.

Multiple tests have shown that individuals with acne experience significantly fewer pimples and sebum production when applying an extract of 3% green tea to their skin. There are several skin care products on the market containing green tea, but making your own mixture at home is very easy and cost-effective.

Green tea

How to use the green tea method
Steep green tea in boiling water for 3 minutes.
Let the tea cool down.
Use a spritz it with a spray bottle to apply it to your face or use a cotton ball dab it on.
Leave it on for 10 minutes or overnight if you have a severe problem, and then rinse your face with water.
As required apply 1–2 times a day. It can be stored for up to two weeks in the refrigerator.

You don’t have to buy ice, you can make your own

Use ice cube: To help decrease redness, inflammation, and pain, applies an ice cube to inflamed blemishes. Estheticians have used this tip as also. This trick can be used for both minor and severe pimples. This is also a cool fix for the blemishes you can’t see yet, but under the skin, you can feel a painful lump. You never want to touch your skin directly with the ice cube, so put it in a smooth cloth first. Don’t ice the pimple too long; use the ice for 20-30 seconds, a couple of times a day or just before you leave the house.

A lot of people usually ask this question “Why should I use ice-cold, and not the warm?” If you’re attempting to hide a pimple or decrease its size, the worst thing you can do is steam it or apply a hot compress before leaving the house. The heat will make the pimple appear redder and bigger. So avoid heat.

Essential Oils

Essential oil: A science study discovered that cinnamon, rose, lavender, and clove essential oils fight bacteria that cause acne. One research compared clove-basil oil’s acne-fighting abilities, 10% benzoyl peroxide, and placebo. Both clove-basil oils of 2 percent and 5 percent were discovered to be more efficient and quicker than benzoyl peroxide in reducing pimples.

Another research discovered that a gel comprising essential ingredients from acetic acid, orange, and sweet basil essential oil led to a 75% increase in pimple healing rate. Like tea tree oil, these essential oils are very concentrated and can cause discomfort if applied directly to the skin. A wide range of essential oils, including clove oil, are available online.

Aloe Vera Plant you can grow or buy from the grocery store

Aloe Vera gel: It has been shown that aloe vera gel helps to fight bacteria, decrease inflammation, and supports wound healing. Because of this, aloe vera is a common treatment for a range of skin diseases like psoriasis, rashes, cuts, and burns. There are few studies on aloe vera’s capacity to fight pimples specifically, but there is a promise for existing research. Aloe vera comprises of lupeol, salicylic acid, urea nitrogen, cinnamonic acid, phenols and sulfur, all inhibiting pimple-causing bacteria.

How to use the aloe vera gel
Scrap the gel with a spoon from the aloe leaves.
Apply gel to the skin combined with other treatments for acne. You may want to try to mix it with your other treatment and add it to your skin afterward. Or, the other acne treatment can be applied first, with the aloe gel over the top.

Repeat as desired 1–2 times a day.

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