7 Effective Homemade Cleansers To Cure Acne Easily

7 Effective Homemade Cleansers To Cure Acne Easily

7 Effective Homemade Cleansers To Cure Acne Easily

Although there are many acne-clearing cleansers available in the market today, which lure customers with false promises and claims like those are oil-free, these products are rather extremely harmful for the skin. They render the skin extremely dry on regular usage and lead to more breakouts instead of actually controlling the situation. Hence; if you have been suffering from severe acne breakouts and want some actually beneficial remedies for the situation, you can try some of these homemade acne cleansers, which are absolutely safe and very easy to get.

Here Are Effective Homemade Cleansers To Cure Acne Easily :

Oats

Although you may have heard notions like you should not be exfoliating your skin while suffering from acne bouts, the fact is that a gentle homemade skin scrub can actually help you deal with the problem more easily and in a better manner. The soft granular structure that oats gets transformed into after getting mixed with some liquid, acts as a very mild exfoliating agent, which helps to detoxify the skin by removing oil and dirt from the skin pores. To apply this mixture, grind 3-4 tablespoons of oatmeal, so that it gets transformed into a powder. Mix the oatmeal powder with 1 tablespoon honey and a few drops of rose water to normal water. Gently rub the skin with the paste and wash off with cold water.

Oats

Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar is a yet another effective natural acne cleansers which can be availed pretty easily. It is due to its anti-bacterial and anti-microbial properties, that apple cider vinegar is considered extremely effective for washing acne-ridden skin. Other than that, apple cider vinegar being slightly acidic in nature, also helps to keep the defense mechanism of our skin strong by nurturing the lipid layer of the skin. However; care should be taken, not to use raw apple cider vinegar on face. Mix apple cider vinegar with equal parts of water and then use it as a face rinse. Follow by rinsing face with cold water.

Apple Cider Vinegar

Raw Honey

Honey is not only good for treating acne but is an overall health booster for facial skin, especially skin that is oily in nature. This is because, honey is a superbly potential antiseptic and disinfectant due to its ability to produce hydrogen peroxide, which is why it helps to eliminate the acne-causing bacteria from the skin. The other aspect which makes honey a boon for oily skin is that honey contains gluconic acid, which behave as mild acid and help to exfoliate the skin, while promoting collagen formation. Use a cotton ball to cleanse face with raw honey and then wash off with normal water.

Honey

Olive Oil

You may be wondering about how any oil can be good for cleansing face when it is already showing signs of excess oil production? The reason why olive oil works is because it can help liquefy the solidified oil that has settled in the skin pores. The olive oil helps to dissolve the clogged oil, thereby eliminating it from skin pores. Start by massaging a few drops of olive oil on your face. Let the oil sit for 3-4 minutes and then steam your face for 5-7 minutes. Once done, splash your face with water to clean it.

 Olive Oil

Cucumber

Cucumber is one of the best remedies for oily and acne-prone skin. Not only does cucumber helps to cleanse the skin but also aids in keeping it optimally moisturized, cool and refreshed. It therefore keeps any irritation and itchiness that accompanies acne formation. To prepare the cucumber acne wash, mix 4 tablespoons of cucumber juice with 2-3 tablespoons of aloe vera juice, 1-2 tablespoons of honey and 1/3rd cup of water. Rinse the face everyday twice with the rinse to get effective results.

Cucumber

 

Jojoba Oil

One of the biggest advantages of cleansing face with oil is oil helps to dissolve the accumulated oil in the skin pores, which water surprisingly can’t, as water can’t dissolve oil and also because when cleansing with oil-free or soap-based products, it strips off the excess oil from the skin but also makes the skin more prone to producing more oil. Jojoba oil acts as a miracle for cleansing oily and acne-prone skin, as jojoba oil has chemical properties, which are completely similar in structure to our the sebum produced by our skin cells. Thus, it helps to replace the bad oil from the skin, without turning it dry or excessively greasy. Simply massage a few drops of jojoba oil on skin and rinse the excess oil with water.

Jojoba oil

Baking Soda

Last but never the least; baking soda is a fabulous cleanser for acne-ridded skin as it is a mild exfoliator. It helps to rid the skin pores from dirt, bacteria and oil that have been clogging skin pores and leading to acne breakouts and that too without harming or scratching the skin in any way like what over-the-counter scrubs do. To apply this cleanser on face, dissolve ½ teaspoon of baking soda wit water to prepare slurry. Cleanse the face with the slurry and wash off with lukewarm water.

Baking Soda




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