Get Rid Of Acne In A Week

Ruth asks…

What is a simple way to get rid of acne without buying a product?

I want to get rid of my acne but I am not allowed to buy a product. So PLEASE help because school is starting soon. A natural way or with ingredients most people have at home. THANX!

admin answers:


There are many ways that can help you to get rid of your acne.
Here are some tips that were helpful for me to treat my acne:


Drink a lot of water every day. Aim to drink at least two liters of still mineral water. If the skin becomes dehydrated, dead skin cells are not effectively shed, which can lead to blocked pores and further acne.

Sunshine And Fresh Air

Sunshine stimulates the creation of vitamin D in your body – an very important vitamin for healthy skin. A little bit of fresh air and sunshine every day will also reduce the stress and increase oxygen to the skin. Even when it’s overcast, the sun’s rays reach us, so try to take a short walk outside every day.

Wash Your Face

Wash your face just one time a day. Don’t wash too many times , because that will cause only more production of oil on your skin. You can also use very gentle cleansers for normal skin that don’t dehydrate the skin and wash twice a day.

Get the Best Acne Treatment Product For Your Needs

Firstly, don’t go out and buy those “acne free in one night” products that are offered all over the place, they just don’t work and you will waste hundreds of dollars for nothing.

Why not? Well, because it takes time to get rid of acne and you will need at least few weeks to see any noticeable results. There is absolutely no way to cure your acne immediately.

There are too many acne products in the market in these days so when choosing your product make sure to check that you get at least 2 months full guarantee and check some reviews and testimonials about this specific product to be sure that it worth the money.

Hope it helps

Helen asks…

How do I get rid of acne in one week?

Hi everyone!
Prom is ONE week from tomorrow, and I want to get rid of my acne scars/pimples. I don’t have too bad acne, just some on my forehead and then scars and some pimples on my chin area. I’d like for it to be kind of simple solutions, and I can spend up to $30- but it needs to be supplies that I can get easily.
Thanks so much! I’m desperate here!!

admin answers:

There is no way to completely get rid of acne in a week.

But … Here are some tricks that will help you reduce the amount/ redness.

Coconut oil! Buy coconut oil from the groshery store try and get unrefined 100% coconut oil. It will feel really strange putting such and oily product on your face, but it works really well. Apply it at night before you go to bed. Be sure to wash your pillow cases often.

Dont touch your face. Try not to at all. Other than washing. There are so many oils on your fingers it clogs your pores.

Drink lots of water. It helps more than you would think.

Get some Vitimin C gel (often used for sunburns and such) It will help heal scares and reduce redness. You can apply this durring the day, it wont show up at all. And you can mix it 50/50 with the coconut oil for night time.

Also, when you wash your face, do not use a face cloth. Do not even use to towel to dry your face. Use paper towels. Face cloths and towels hold so much gunk. You dont want that on your skin.

Be sure to wash your face at least 2ce a day. Try using exfoliating acne wash to clean deep down.

All these tricks help me sooo much with acne. Hope it helps you too!

Laura asks…

good home recipes to getting rid of acne?

i would like to know some good home recipes on getting rid of acne. without buying acne products at the store.

admin answers:

In the US, millions of dollars are being spent each year on acne medication, and acne skin care products; however, as most people who suffer from acne can attest, the majority of these products only give temporary relief, with the added downside of mild to severe side effects.

If you’re someone who’s struggling with mild to moderate acne, you can control it with natural products you can find around the house, or your garden. Here are 5 great acne home remedy recipes that you can prepare right in your kitchen. These are things you can use safely to keep your pores closed, to treat surface infection, reduce swelling, and soften your skin.

Thyme As An Astringent

Thyme is excellent for treating acne. Add about 1 tablespoon of dried thyme, or a small bunch of fresh thyme to 1 cup of boiling water, and steep for at least fifteen minutes. Strain and store in a jar in the refrigerator. Apply to skin as an astringent to tighten pores. Keep in the refrigerator for about one week.

Calendula as a Toner

Calendula (marigold) is one of those power herbs that has many uses. Taken internally, calendula has been used to reduce inflammation, as a detox to cleanse the liver and gallbladder, and to treat digestive disorders. Calendula is also an excellent skin care herb for the treatment of acne. It soothes inflammation, and it’s effective in healing damaged tissue caused by acne.

Use calendula toner as part of your daily acne skin care regimen. To make the toner, add one teaspoon of dried calendula flowers to one cup of boiling water, and steep until it cools. Strain, and store in a clean jar with a tightly fitting lid. Keep in the refrigerator for about a week.

Keep Your Pores Clean With Garlic.

There have been many reports evidencing the healing benefits of garlic when applied to the skin to treat acne. Apply a paste of two crushed cloves of garlic to the face taking care not to get any of it in your eyes. Leave on for no more than 15 minutes. If the smell bothers you, lather your face with pure African black soap, and rinse with warm water.

This is a good treatment for acne, but you should use it with extreme caution if you have sensitive skin as garlic is very strong, and can burn, or irritate your skin. It’s recommended that you do a skin test before applying it to your full face. You can also use garlic juice by crushing the garlic and squeezing the juice through a garlic press. Do spot treatment directly on the pimples, and zits. Leave on for 5 minutes then rinse with warm water.

Baking Soda As A Mask And Exfoliator

You can use baking soda to treat acne either as a mask or a scrub. When used as a facial mask, baking powder will absorb all the surface oil, tighten your pores, and leave your skin incredibly soft. To make the mask, mix baking soda with a little water into a paste. Apply to your face, and leave on for ten minutes, or until the mask is dry. Rinse with warm water.

You can also use baking soda as a scrub to eliminate flaking skin, and excess dirt from you pores. Rinse your face in warm water. While your skin is still dripping wet, begin to massage the baking powder into your skin in a circular motion, apply more water as needed. Follow with your favorite toner or astringent.

Clay Mask

Clay has been used as a healing therapy since ancient times. Many animals in the wild, and primitive tribes around the world have used clay instinctively to eliminate toxins from the body, to regulate digestive problems, and to treat skin disorders.

A clay facial mask does wonders for any kind of skin. In the case of a acne, regular use of clay masks reduce infection, swelling, and help close the pores while leaving you with a glowing skin. If you chose to use clay masks to treat acne, I recommend that you get pure living, therapeutic clay such as montmorillonite, bentonite, or pascalite. There are many prepared clay masks that you can find over the counter; however, most of them contain other ingredients, and preservatives.

As a remedy to treat acne, I recommend you apply a mask made of pure living clay at least once a week. Mix the clay with water to make a paste, apply to your face avoiding the eyes. Leave on until the clay dries then, rinse off with warm water.

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