Not many. Unfortunately there are not alot of natural things for acne but decreasing your sugar intake, dairy intake can help since they fuel inflammation. Increasing water can help. Ancient cultures have used yogurt and tumeric as a natural mask for hydration and brightening your best bet is good skin care products that can help exfoliate your skin: Alpha hydroxys and retin-a.
No. This is the 21st century and you owe it to yourself to use remedies that actually work. Your physician can manage acne using compounds that are gifts from mother nature -- benzoyl peroxide, the retinoic acid derivatives, isotretinoin, and the wonderful antibiotics made by natural micro-organisms. Acne is a chronic, serious disease and requires real rx.
Good skin care. Retinoids (derivatives vitamin a) may be some of the most effective medications and available as retinols (over the counter) or as a prescription in the form of retin a (tretinoin) or accutane. A good skin care regimen (soap/moisturizer/acid) are best and the acne may not always be preventable or treatable due to natural hormone alterations. Discuss with your gynecologist and dermatologist.
How to get rid of acne and acne saves and black heads for good? Natural remedies only please. Thank you
Forgive my frankness. Whoever has told you that "natural is good, everything else is bad" has done you a disservice. Vitamins / supplements work for other entities but are only placebos here. Benzoyl peroxide is nature's own oxygen within a naturally-occurring molecule. Topical Clindamycin and systemic antibiotics are both nature's gifts, and the oral contraceptive pill may clear a young woman. Be savvy & good luck.
Tea tree oil. This is a weak estrogen and may help, but only as a part of a comprehensive, evidence-based program. Add benzoyl peroxide and if you're not clear, get with your physician. Some men have grown breasts using this stuff, so you've been warned.
I have acne prone skin, so I wanted to know what home natural remedies can be done to get rid of them as the medicine has no effect?
Food toxins. Most of the time acne is due to a food allergy or sensitivity. Remove dairy, gluten and the top ten food allergens for a month and you should see improvement/resolution.
What products can I use or what natural remedies can I do do get rid of back acne scars? I have red scars and dark scars. My acne was very severe.
Acne scars on back. The most important thing is to wash the area daily, keep the skin oils down, stay out of the sun or cover your back and have a consultation with a good dermatologist.
A few options. You can get both over-the-counter and prescription-strength creams that will stimulate new skin cell growth to reduce the appearance of scars. These creams often contain Alpha hydroxy acids or salicylic acids, and some contain corticosteroids or antihistamines to help reduce inflammation and itching. Vinegar is a good natural remedy. If these don't work, visit your dermatologist.
None. There are no "natural" remedies that will remove scar tissue. See a dermatologist or a plastic surgeon and have them assess this. Good luck.
Scars. There is unfortunately no great treatment for getting rid of scars naturally, however you can try staying out of sun, and using vitamin e oil or mederma.
No natural way. Prevention is the best treatment. Once a scar has formed it cannot be removed. There are some lasers that can improve scarring as can dermabrasion and some chemical peels good lick.
How to get rid of acne (on chin, lower parts of my cheeks and jaw), and blackheads (on my nose and cheeks. I would appreciate some natural treatment?
See below. Please consult the site given below for suggestion on home treatment. You may need to try more than one method to see which works better for you. Http://www. Webmd. Com/skin-problems-and-treatments/acne/acne-vulgaris-home-treatment.
Is there any natural remedy to get rid of the acne? I have been with the acne problem since past two years. Please suggest some natural methods if any
None. There are none. Please see your dermatologist for evaluation and to discuss treatment options.