The Best Home Made Acne Masks

The Best Home Made Acne Masks Among teens and young adults, acne is one of the most common skin problems. Mild acne can be effectively treated within the comfort of your house from kitchen ingredients.

You will not only get naturally glowing skin but also save on money that you would have otherwise spent getting expensive cosmetology treatments.

Mild bouts of acne can be easily combated with homemade masks that are guaranteed to control oil and sebum production and clear clogged pores. Here are some suggestions for homemade acne masks.

Different Types Of Home Made Acne Masks

Baking Soda Mask

A mask cannot get simpler than this. All you need for this mask is baking soda and some water. Take a tablespoon of baking soda and add 3 teaspoons of water to make a thick paste.

Now apply this paste all over your face and wash off after it dries completely. This mask helps to reduce sebum production by soaking up excess oil and helps to dry up the pimples. Try it several times a week for best results.

Egg White Mask

This is one of the most cost effective home remedies for acne treatment. Take an egg and separate the egg yolk from the white. Nicely beat the egg white and apply it on your face.Let the mask dry and wash it off after 20 minutes. Your skin will feel visibly tighter and the mask helps to reduce the redness on the face caused by the pimples.

Egg Yolk Mask

If you do not want to waste the egg yolk, this too can be effectively used to combat pimples. Apply the yolk of the egg all over your face and wash it after it dries off. The egg yolk helps to remove scarring caused by the pimples and gives you a blemish free complexion.

The Best Home Made Acne Masks

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Basil Tonic

A simple homemade tonic can help reduce infectious acne that is caused by bacteria. Simply boil a handful of basil leaves and allow them to remain seeped in the water for some time.

Once the water is cool, gently dip a cotton wool ball into the tonic and cleanse your face with this solution. The tonic helps to clear all the superficial grime from your face and works as a face astringent.

Salt Mask

Buy some sea salt from the market, mix this with water, and apply it on your face. In some cases, it may burn but this mask is excellent as a facial disinfectant and also helps to soak up the excess oil from the skin.

Oatmeal And Lemon Juice Mask

This mask helps to reduce acne and leaves you with visibly clearer skin. Lightly grind or crush some oatmeal in a blender and make a paste of it by adding lemon juice. Apply this mixture all over your face.

The lemon juice acts as a bleaching agent, giving you fairer skin while the oatmeal helps to reduce the acne. If your skin feels very dry after the mask, apply some honey on your face, which helps to soothe burning and irritated skin. Honey also keeps the skin soft.

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