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4 Best Natural Acne Treatments & Home Remedies for Acne

After doing some experimentation and research on natural spot-treatment, I narrowed it down to these 4 simple, inexpensive home beauty skin...

After doing some experimentation and research on natural spot-treatment, I narrowed it down to these 4 simple, inexpensive home beauty skincare recipes that are worth a try:

1. Yogurt Face Mask
Why it works: Yogurt acts as a gentle natural cleanser for its antibacterial properties. Even better, yogurt that contains Probiotics is recommended to improve skin conditions including acne. You can also add other ingredients to increase the benefits of the mask. For example, try oatmeal, which leaves slowly and helps tighten pores.

What to do: Take 2 tablespoons of plain low-fat yogurt and apply a thin layer on your face (oil in full-fat yogurt can make your skin smooth). Allow it to dry and rinse with lukewarm water. To make the yogurt and oatmeal face mask, simply add a handful of oatmeal to the yogurt, mix into a paste and leave in the refrigerator for a few hours to allow the oatmeal to absorb some yogurt. Apply on face, leave for about 20 minutes and rinse with warm water.

Where to buy: You can have plain yogurt and oatmeal in most grocery stores. If you prefer to use finely ground oatmeal instead of the regular variety for mild exfoliation, you can find it in most health stores.

Verdict: When I first tried a basic yogurt face mask, I had several big spots that showed no signs of disappearing so I didn't expect to see any positive results. My spots didn't magically clear overnight, but they were definitely less inflamed and not noticeable. Now that I have been using a face mask twice a week for several months, I have seen a good improvement in my skin condition, and my low grade acne has started to clear up as well.
2. Garlic, Turmeric, and Manuka Honey Face Mask
Why it works: Garlic is antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral, so it is perfect for fighting pimples. Turmeric has similar properties and is also anti-inflammatory. Manuka Honey, produced by bees in New Zealand that feeds on the Manuka bush, has been shown to help heal glowing skin and prevent breakouts.

What to do: Clean your face before you begin. Crush 6 cloves of garlic, add 2-3 spoons of Manuka honey and a small amount of turmeric powder. Mix together and spread on problem areas of your skin. Alternatively, you can swap turmeric for 3-4 tablespoons of cinnamon and completely discard garlic if you prefer.

Where to buy: Sara's garlic will be taken to the grocery store, but you'll probably have to go to the health food store to find Manuka Honey.

Verdict: This is not one that I have personally used, but it works wonders for a friend of mine, who swears by it to cure his acne-prone skin (which Was much worse than mine). Thanks to the regular use of this face mask, she succeeded in getting her acne under control.

3. Tea Tree Oil
Why it works: Tea tree oil is widely portrayed in facial ashes and cleansers because it is a natural antiseptic and has antibacterial properties. However, commercial products would only include relatively small amounts of oil. Using oil in large has a great effect.

What to do: Rub a small amount of tea tree oil on the blemish.

Where to buy: Health food stores should stock tea tree oil and may also be available in some pharmacies.

Verdict: This is the first natural spot treatment that I have tried and I reported it on personal defects. It worked, but I quickly went through a bottle because I had too many blemishes to treat, so it wasn't particularly cheap. If you have only found a few spots or occasional breakouts, however, I do not recommend this remedy.

4. Kaolin Clay
Why it works: Kaolin clay draws out impurities from the skin and soaks up excess oil. If you’ve got large pores, it can reduced their size. French green Kaolin clay, in particular, is great for removing impurities from oily skin.

What to do: Cleanse your face and make sure that your skin is damp before you apply a thin layer of clay and allow it to dry. Rinse off with warm water.

Where to buy: It can be hard to find Kaolin clay, but it is available online.

The verdict: When I first tried Kaolin clay, I was dismayed to see that my breakouts intensified. After I’d given it some thought, I realized that was probably just a by-product of drawing out impurities. After all, they’ve got to come out somehow! I persevered and was very relieved to discover that the clay helped to dry up the spots with regular use so they were less intense.

Final Word
I’ve noticed an impressive difference in my skin since I switched to natural acne remedies, and I love that I’m not overloading my skin with harsh chemicals. I’m currently alternating between the Kaolin clay face mask and the yogurt and oatmeal face mask, but I have plans to try the garlic and honey face mask, too.

Do you use homemade skincare products to keep your skin under control? If so, I’d love to hear about remedies that you’ve had success with!


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