Proven Home Remedies for Acne, Pimples, and Blemished Skin

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Acne means thick red, often purulent pustules on the skin, especially on the face, on the chest and back.

Acne appears when a pore in our skin clogs. With hormonal changes, like during puberty or menopause, the sebaceous glands of the skin produce more sebum than usual. So they clog more easily, become infected and become pimples.

A visit to a doctor is recommended for pronounced acne and especially if you personally suffer greatly.

Here are some possible actions for acne, pimples, and blemished skin

  • 1. Water applications promote blood circulation in the skin. Therefore, steam baths, sauna visits or full baths with additions of bran, horsetail or sulfur, which you can buy as finished preparations, are helpful.

2. Stir a handful of healing clay into a porridge with a little water or lemon juice to make a facial mask and wash it off after 15 minutes. This has an anti-inflammatory effect.

3. At the pharmacy, you can buy special face brushes that you should use to do regular dry brushing.

4. Get plenty of exercise in the fresh air and occasionally sunbathe, which should be enjoyed in moderation.



Medicinal preparation:

Prepare a tea blend of 25 grams of juniper and nettle each. Brew a tablespoon of this mixture with a quarter liter of boiling water, let it simmer for ten minutes and strain. Drink three cups daily.

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Mix 20 grams of shepherd's purse with 15 grams of pansy, ten grams of elderberry and five grams of well-being. Brew one tablespoon of this mixture with one quarter liter of boiling water, infuse for ten minutes, strain and drink three cups daily.

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Prepare a tea of ​​ten grams of guaiac wood and five grams of pansy, fumitory, juniper wood, burdock root, liquorice root, honorary prize and marigold. Brew one tablespoon of this mixture with a quarter liter of boiling water, infuse for ten minutes and strain. Drink half a cup twice a day.

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