Top 5 DIY Homemade Acne Face Masks
Some of us feel horrified when we look at one tiny pimple on our face. Many want clear and pimple-free screen however it seems impossible to avoid pimples. It becomes more annoying when you are getting ready for a family function or an outing with your friends and suddenly notice a pimple on your face. There are things you can do at home to get rid of these tiny blemishes. Positive med has some remedies for you.
1. Toothpaste Mask
Did you know common toothpaste can be used to get rid of acne and pimples? Take some toothpaste and apply it to your pimple before going to bed. Doing this will significantly reduce its size and repeating for 3 days will totally eradicate the pimple.
2. Apple Cider Vinegar Mask
A mixture of apple cider vinegar, sugar, green tea, and honey can be a great mask for fighting pimples. Put one teaspoon apple cider vinegar in a bowl and add 2 teaspoons cooled green tea, then add 5 teaspoons sugar to make it thicker. The thicker it is the better. Add one teaspoon honey and stir well. Spreading this mask on your face for a few minutes then removing will cause pimples to disappear. The sugar component of this mask acts as a natural exfoliating agent which results in breakdown of acne tissue and unclogging of pores.
3. Clay Face Mask
A mask made of Redmond clay and essential oils can be used to remove pimples. Take some clay and add a few drops of essential oil to it. You can also add a couple tablespoons of water. Apply this mask on your pimples and leave overnight. If the pimple does not vanish overnight repeat the application for two days and even the biggest pimple will go away.
4. Strawberry Mask
A mask of strawberry and graham flour can be made at home easily and is effective in fighting pimples. Mash some strawberries and add graham flour, stir until it becomes a thick paste. Apply the paste on your face and leave until dry. This mask is effective at lightening pimple marks.
5. Cinnamon and Honey Mask
Cinnamon and honey are used as ingredients in some pimple-removing creams available in the market. Cinnamon is an excellent exfoliating agent which is effective on acne and pimples. Place one spoonful cinnamon powder in a container and add two teaspoons honey. Stir the mixture into a paste. If the mixture is too thick add some more honey to it. Apply the mask to your face using your fingers and let it remain for 10-15 minutes. Rinse using lukewarm water and use a toner afterward. If you do not have toner use lemon juice. This mask is completely healthy and can be used daily.
5 Homemade masks for pimples
Edited by Stephanie Dawson