Life is constant. You make time for the moments you want to hold on to, such as time for work, time for laughter, and time for love. The one thing that never has a spot on your calendar, but never fails to show up, is acne. There is simply no time for that! Let’s face it: Acne is an inconvenience. Fortunately, you can conveniently get rid of it using natural remedies. Keep in mind that everyone’s skin is different and while these remedies may yield results for some, others may require further dermatological advice. What occurs on the outside of your skin is quite often a reflection of what’s going on on the inside. All individuals can benefit from adopting a healthy diet and lifestyle.
Cleansing with honey
Combine 1 tablespoon of melted coconut oil, 3 tablespoons of pure honey, 1 tablespoon of apple cider vinegar, 20 drops of melaleuca essential oil, and 2 capsules of live probiotics in a small bowl. Mix the ingredients together, pour into a small bottle, and store it in a warm place. Use this mixture to wash your face once daily. The formula kills acne-causing bacteria and unclogs impurities that are suffocating your pores.
Spot treatment using tea tree oil and coconut oil
Mix 4 to 8 drops of tea tree oil with 1 teaspoon of coconut oil and dab lightly onto problem areas. Ensure to use a carrier oil as well as tea tree oil, as tea tree oil alone might be too severe to apply directly to the skin.
Pair 2 tablespoons of ground oatmeal, sea salt, or brown sugar with 1 to 2 tablespoons of one of these bases: coconut oil, kefir, or honey. Rub this mixture into your skin in a circular motion. Once the desired area is covered, remove the mixture with a damp cloth and rinse using lukewarm water. The hard ingredients work to remove dead skin and unclog pores while the bases fight bacteria and fungi.
Eat well; drink well
Finally, make healthy diet choices and remain hydrated. Your skin needs to breathe and its health thrives from the inside out. This is important because while you are doing all of the right things on the outside, neglecting internal care may have a significant impact on your overall results.