Everyone gets acne from time to time. But it’s how you treat it, that makes the difference. Like most of us, you don’t want to spend a lot of money on a remedy. There are a lot of products on the market, but do they all work? Do they do exactly what they advertise. Let me give you a tip. About 90% of the products on today’s market, don’t really do the job they are supposed to. You an arm and a leg for some face cream or acne-fighting agent, only to find that your face has not really changed. The brand is what sells you, and it tricks you into buying something you don’t need. When push comes to shove, most products give out false advertising. You need to have the best acne treatment.
The same goes with acne-fighting agents. I am going to give you a few tips on how to fight the acne, simply using products that are already in your home.
a) Use baking soda. Simply mix equal parts water and soda together, until it makes a paste. Dab the paste onto the places that have the acne only, not the whole face. Wait for about ten minutes and wash it off. The paste will close down the pores. Repeat this twice a day, for a few days. This should remove the build-up and blockages. If your skin becomes irritated, stop doing it and consult your doctor.
b) Have you ever considered using toothpaste? You might want to try it, especially if it’s a big one. Just apply a small amount. Leave on overnight and the acne should go away. But only use a brand that has silica and not sodium. Sodium is considered a harsh irritant. You might also want to try lemon juice. Cut a lemon up. Use the open side to take care of the acne. If you feel a sting, that means the process is working.
c) Another idea is to use egg oil. About twice a day, apply the oil from an egg onto the acne. Massage it in for about 3 minutes. Leave it on, but no more than an hour. Wash it off with a face cloth and some face wash. Keep repeating this process until the sore is completely gone. Don’t stop halfway through the process. If you stop halfway through the process, it might cause the acne to spread.