Natural Home Made Masks Against Acne

Natural Home Made Masks Against Acne


Acne is problem which creates difficulties not only to teenagers, but also adults. Anyone who has faced this problem  knows that there is no single “cure” that will magically clean your skin in a moment. To get maximum effect, it is necessary to combine different treatments to clean  and cleanse your face .   Facial masks should be part of acne prone skin care  routine. The only problem  using face masks in your routine is that they do not have the same effect for all people, so you need to experiment a little bit. Just for those who wish to do so , below are some of the most popular home made facial masks for a skin prone to acne.

Facial masks are an indispensable part of the care for acne prone skin .

The proposed anti-acne masks are completely natural, they clean  pores, maintain skin firmness and calm skin redness. If you have a problem with acne, it is worth  trying these below. When you find the mask that has the best effect on your face, use twice a week.   1, Apple and Honey Facial Mask : You may be sweeter for you to eat the apple coated with honey as a dessert, but resist the temptation and apply the mask on your face to feel its benefits:   You will need:   1 grated apple 2 table spoons honey   Add the honey in the grated apple and stir until you make a paste. Put the mixture on the face and let it act for 20 minutes. Then, wash your face with lukewarm water. This mask does not dry on the face, so you do not wait for that to happen.   2. Oatmeal with the scent of the basil Oats and basil are well known allies in fighting acne and help for thorough cleaning and reassurance to the skin. These can be used separately ( oat flakes mixed with water as a mask, and basil as a lotion) , but together are a powerful combination that seems favourable to the acne prone skin.   You will  need:   2-3 teaspoons basil Oatflakes Water   In a bowl with hot water put 2-3 teaspoons of dried basil and leave until it reachs  room temperature. In the  meanwhile, take a few tablespoons of oatflakes and put them in a blender. When the basil solution is cooled, start adding it in the chopped  oatflakes. Add little by little so you can control the density of the mixture. The mixture should be thick enough to be applied on the face without running down your chin and neck. Gently apply the mask on your face and  let it act for 20 minutes. While you wash your face you can do circular movements and  carry out  exfoliation  of the skin that way.   3. Egg White with Lemon Facial Mask Egg white will help in reducing  the redness of the face and alleviate  irritation, the final result swill be smoother and tighter skin.   You will need:   1 egg white Few drops of lemon   Separate the egg white and the yolk from the egg. Mix the egg white until you get a foam. If you have oily skin, add a few drops of lemon (otherwise you can skip the lemon ). Apply the mask and let it act for 15 minutes. Wash your face with warm water.     4. Honey and Yoghurt Facial Mask Combining honey and yoghurt into a  mixture will help to achieve  moist skin, clean grease and reduce redness caused by acne. Another positive side is that this mask does not dry the skin and can be used for all skin types.   You will need:   1 small teaspoon  of honey 1 small teaspoon of  yoghurt   Place the honey in a clean container and warm slightly in a microwave until  it  becomes a  liquid. If you do not have a microwave, simply immerse the bottom of the container in hot water . Then add the yoghurt and stir well . Apply the mixture on the face, putting more on the places affected by acne. Let it act for 15-20 minutes and then wash your face with lukewarm water.   5. Salt Water Salt naturally cleans the skin. It not only cleans the pores, but dries the emerged acne. Swimming in salty sea water is an excellent treatment for acne, but since from September to May the weather is not quite right for a dip in the ocean here in the UK and most of us can not afford to holiday all year round , it is good to use the power of salt at home. If you do live in a hot climate them utilise the fresh sea water near year as part of your acne routine   You will need:   5 small teaspoons salt ( sea salt, or cooking salt) Water   Add one by one teaspoons of water in the salt. Constantly stir and gradually add water until you get a thick mixture ( paste). Allow the mixture to stand for 15 minutes, then apply it on your face and let it act for 20 minutes. Wash your face with lukewarm water.    

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