3 Easy At Home Acne Treatments

Posted by brainjmedia03 on Friday, October 6, 2017

Laser Smooth Company_3 Easy At Home Acne Treatments

Treating your inflamed skin can be a process of trial and error. Often, finding the best drugstore product can lead to further inflammation, dryness or other such maladies. Department store products may promise superior results, but the task of finding the perfect product for your particular skin may still be a costly one. The fact is, many of these store-bought acne potions rely on ingredients that you can find in your own pantry. These three at home acne treatments are easy to prepare, gentle for all skin types, and cost a fraction of both their drugstore and department store peers.

Apple Cider and Sugared Honey Mask—Honey is well known for its acne fighting abilities, and mixing one tablespoon of honey with one tablespoon each of apple cider vinegar, brewed green tea, and raw sugar gently exfoliates, rejuvenates and fights inflammation. Mix your potion and slowly add raw sugar to achieve a pasty consistency before dabbing it on your clean dry face with a cotton cloth (or cotton ball).

Cinnamon and Honey Mask—This recipe is just as simple as its name proclaims it to be. Simply add one teaspoon of honey to two tablespoons of finely ground cinnamon and you’ve got an acne-fighting face mask that tones and brightens with the power of cinnamon.

The Land of Milk and Honey Mask—This delicious concoction utilizes turmeric to reduce inflammation, raw milk to soothe and moisturize, and honey to fight acne. Blend one tablespoon of each in a small bowl and use every day for bright beautiful skin.

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