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6 Natural Acne Medication Tips

By:   |   Jul 08, 2018   |   Views: 13   |   Comments: 0

And with expensive over-the-counter products for acne, acne sufferers may find some free acne treatments through natural means a welcome relief to the face - if not the pocket.

Most herbal treatments for acne are centered around topical use but one, Commiphora mukul, or guggul, is showing tremendous promise as an oral supplement. A small 1994 Indian study actually found guggul more effective than the prescription medication tetracycline, especially among patients with very oily skin.

Add fresh fruits, vegetables in diet and take vitamin, chromium, zinc supplements.

There are several variations to the toothpaste acne remedy. Some people swear that it alone, dabbed onto the offending zits, will clear them up. Others prefer mixing toothpaste in with several other ingredients, forming mixtures that range from simple to complex. For example, one teenager washed her face with salty water, left it on, added more salt to her face until it was entirely covered, then washed all of that off. Finally, toothpaste was applied to the pimples, and left on for a few hours, but preferably overnight.

Garlic: Another great way to get rid of acne at home is the use of garlic. Get a fresh garlic and cut it into two, use one part to massage or rub your face a few times daily. You should do this often for at least a week. to have a healthier skin.

Drink at least 10 glasses of water in a day. Water is a best cleanser as it helps flushing out toxins of the body.

So to start you'll need to pick up some raw apple cider vinegar. You'll want to use the best, most natural, unprocessed, raw vinegar you can get. You can find this type of vinegar at whole foods markets like Whole Foods and Wild Oats chains, some small whole foods outlets and some health food stores.

Tea tree oil is an essential oil. It comes from Australia. It contains terpinen-4-ol, which is known as an active antimicrobial agent. Though the undiluted tea tree oil is unsafe for skin. It may cause skin irritation, itching, stinging, burning, or dryness. Make a 5% tea tree oil aqueous solution. Take 5 parts tea tree oil and mix it with 95 parts of water.

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