5 Approved Home Remedies To Get Rid Of Acne

According to the American Academy of Dermatology, nearly 85% of individuals will encounter some acne type in their lives.
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 Most people experience acne in their adolescent years; during these times, many are in school, which is the peak of bullying and discrimination. Don't want to be a victim of bullying because of your pimples; keep reading to discover our six best home remedies that will give you flawless skin. 

What is build up and what causes it?

Acne is oil and dirt trapped in the pores of your face. As the dirt and oil stay on your face, it becomes pimples, blackheads, whiteheads, and blemishes. Once trapped, they become difficult to remove. Topical build-up can accumulate over time from insufficient facial hygiene, using the wrong products, and not knowing how to correctly care for your skin. The internal build-up is about how your body functions and regulating itself based on your lifestyle.

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Here are the remedies to get rid of acne:

1. Extraction and how to do it safely at home

Many dermatologists use a tactic called Extraction, where they use a looped metal tool and press it against your face to remove the dirt clogging your pores. With little knowledge, this method can leave bruising and put your look at more harm. I recommend exfoliations. Exfoliations are scrubs, washes, or baths that help alleviate your pores of clogged oils and dirt. I make my exfoliation scrubs with honey and sugar; I mix equal parts and use this sandy mixture to scrub my face. I use this scrub once a week and have found it very beneficial. Based on your skin type, different ingredients help different skin variants.

2. Essential oils and their versatility

Essential oils are oils pulled from natural ingredients. Many popular essential oils include lavender oil, tea tree oil, and eucalyptus oil. As the ingredients are 100% wild plants, these oils contain many health benefits. Lavender oil is terrific for chronic stress as it helps relax the body. Other oils are an excellent spot treatment for your acne. Spot treatment is when a small amount of essential oils is applied directly to the face. I have used tea tree oil for years, and it has always been proven beneficial. I drop less than a milliliter onto a Q-tip and apply it directly to my face.

3. Antiseptics and how they can aid with acne

Antiseptics are solutions that kill bacteria. Aloe vera and apple cider vinegar are examples of amazing antiseptics. These are natural and include a few ingredients that are not natural. The purer the elements, the better. Antiseptics help acne as it kills the bacteria on your face. Aloe vera gel is commonly used as a moisturizer as it has remarkable soothing properties and helps protect the skin from access bacteria. Apple cider vinegar is a fermented vinegar that kills bacteria. It is relatively healthy. I recommend diluting it with water. Try one part apple cider vinegar and one part water at a 1:1 ratio. I have used it, and I have seen close to instantaneous results. 

4. Diet and how it is a core component of health

Many of the foods we consume daily are extraordinarily processed and contain high levels of sugar. Sugar is a direct contributor to acne as the glucose build-up will appear on your face. Many people who have suffered from acne have discovered a strict low glycemic diet has improved their acne for a long-term resultant. Low glycemic diets cut out refined and processed sugar, simple carbs, and dairy, lowering overall blood sugar and regulating insulin. I have also seen the more I work out and sweat; the less puffy my face is; I struggle with my face appearing swollen from acne and have found this information to aid my appearance heavily.

This video is made by a registered dietician who is advising people to take care of themselves, more importantly, their blood sugars. Blood sugar is an essential part of our body that helps us fuel our body and maintain energy; however, irregularity can cause diseases and make your body feel and look worse.

5. Reducing stress and hormone regulation

A significant contributor to hormonal acne is stress. Stress can affect hormone levels in your blood, and access hormones lead to hormonal acne. Hormonal acne is found the most in adolescent women who are going through puberty. The modern treatment for this acne is an oral contraceptive pill commonly known as birth control. Birth control helps balance hormones. However, this pill carries many side effects on your mental health. During exam periods, my skin starts to become red, and I start to see acne occurring. When I see these signs, I take extra measures to protect my face, like using more antiseptics to ensure my skin is clean and drink more water.

Acne is totally normal!

I hope I provided some insight and solutions to overcome your acne. Remember that 85% of people are going through the same thing and that you are not battling acne alone. Understand that the more effort you put into educating yourself on this matter and understanding your skin, the better your appearance will become. Please don't be shy to talk to your local salespeople when you go skincare shopping as I have learned valuable information through them, and they have recommended me products that have saved my skin.

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