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Acne is absolutely horrible to live with. If you have persistent acne it could be the pillow you are sleeping on. Or it could be the small sweat that builds up between your face and the pillow. A simple remedy that you want to try is to put a lightly damp towel over your pillow and then rest your head on the towel while you sleep. The towel will soak up the sweat and keep your pores unclogged as you sleep. Use a new towel each day.
Taking certain vitamins can help treat acne. This includes a vitamin B supplement, as well as, the fatty acid omega-3. Taking a daily multivitamin can help ensure that you’re getting the right vitamins in the right quantities, to take care of both your skin and the rest of your body.
One odd remedy for acne is toothpaste. Toothpaste acts as a drying agent when applied to pimples and causes them to shrink, much like how an over the counter topical ointment would. It should be noted that you should only apply a small amount to the affected area, and use a non gel based toothpaste. The simpler the toothpaste, the better, as toothpastes with whitening agents can cause the affected area to become worse and lead to scarring.
If you are experiencing an outbreak of acne on your face a good home remedy from your kitchen can be an easy way to go. Get some ice from your freezer and keep it on your face for 10 minutes every hour. This will help keep the redness and swelling down, helping the acne to slowly subside.
If you’re fighting acne, check your moisturizers for ingredients that can make acne worse or prolong breakouts. Many rich or heavy moisturizing creams have ingredients that can clog pores, like sodium lauryl sulfate, cetearyl alcohol, cocoa butter or wheat germ oil. Other moisturizers contain ingredients like salicylic acid or retinol that can irritate skin that’s trying to heal. Make sure to choose moisturizers that are non-comedogenic (non-clogging), non-acnegenic, and gentle on acne-prone skin.
Instead of investing in acne natural cure for acne, look around at products you already have that may help alleviate breakouts. At night before you go to bed try dabbing a small amount of toothpaste, yes toothpaste, on your blemish. This will help you resist the urge to squeeze the pimples, and you will wake up with lessened redness and irritation.
If you have a big event coming up, it is a good idea that you use foundation to cover-up your pimples. While using too much heavy makeup can cause acne to form, a little bit of makeup is not going to cause you to break-out.
If you feel you must use makeup and you have acne, choose products that are not oil-based. Look for water-based makeup formulas and items with more natural ingredients. Avoid all harsh chemicals. Ultimately you want to save your skin from additional breakouts.
Avoid wearing tight clothing during workouts or heavy activity as heat and friction combined will cause acne anywhere on your body. A hat or sweat band, even snug fitting yoga outfits may instigate a rash of acne, especially anything made from synthetic fibers. Switch to loose, comfortable clothing and accessories that are made from cotton or other natural fabric to reduce such inadvertent breakouts.
Try using Tea Tree oil on a cotton ball or cotton swab to apply it to your pimples. The oil will kill the bacteria that cause the pimples and will clear-up the blemishes quite quickly. It is a great natural treatment for any kind of acne blemishes that you may have.
In this article we have outlined some important steps for fighting your battle against acne. They will help you to dry up excess oil, kill bacteria, and exfoliate dead skin cells too. Whether you are a teenage or an adult, follow these steps and you are likely to see success in the form of a clean, clear, and glowing complexion.