Home Remedies Are an Alternative
to Prescription Medications
In today’s world, there
are a vast number of acne treatments that you can try if you’re
having a difficult time with your skin: topical creams, lotions,
laser acne treatments, prescription acne medications, the works.
Still, sometimes spending large sums of hard-earned cash on these
different treatments can become frustrating and disappointing. Acne
home remedies can be a resourceful and inexpensive way to control
the rise of whiteheads, blackheads and any other type of acne legion.
There are various types of acne home remedies that you can try,
although it is recommended you try other options, too. There is
no guarantee that these acne home remedies will work, but no other
medication or topical cream is guaranteed, either.
These are a few acne home remedies you can try:
Some acne sufferers, though, prefer to use
a homeopathic approach to controlling their acne instead of acne
home remedies. There are natural medicinals that can help cleanse
and purify the exterior from within. When the body is taken care
of and isn’t overstressed and overfed with a poor diet, skin
can usually look its best. This is when a homeopathic treatment
can help by eliminating toxins and trapped sebum from the skin,
improve circulation to increase the flow of nutrients to the skin,
and give the skin a healthy glow. When acne home remedies have not
given you your desired results, a homeopathic solution may be a
- Apple Cider Vinegar: dilute apple cider vinegar
in water making it three parts vinegar and four parts water.
Apply to the skin with clean cotton. Wait 10 minutes to rinse
off. This should be done three times a day.
- Apply cooked oatmeal to the face for 15 minutes.
- Boil three tea bags with dried basil for
up to 20 minutes. Use a cotton ball to place the mixture on
the face and acne.