4 Simple And Easy To Follow Steps To Treat Teenage Acne

Pimples on the skin are known as red tender bumps.
It is one of the very common skin problems.
Keep in mind that it is a mixture of internal and external treatment that really helps to minimize and eliminate these troubling zits.

1st Step:
Keep your stomach clean:

Let’s speak first of all about internal treatment.

  • If you happen to suffer from this problem, keeping a clean stomach is the most important thing.
  • At all costs, prevent constipation.
  • Take plenty of spinach, broccoli, cabbage, fenugreek, celery, among others, and plenty of fresh salads and seasonal fruits and green veggies.
  • Drink at least 10-12 glasses of water each day and try to take along with it some natural, fresh, and un-canned juices.
  • It will facilitate to wash toxins out and cleanse the digestive system.

2nd Step
Clean regularly with DIY antiseptic face tonic:

You’ll Need:

  • 100 gms fresh mint leaves
  • 1-litre water
  • 1 teaspoon camphor powder
  1. In a saucepan, take 100 gms fresh mint leaves and boil it in 1 liter of water, strain and let it cool
  2. Once it is completely cooled down, add 1 teaspoon of camphor and dissolve it in this solution completely.
  3. To minimize excess oiliness, store it in the refrigerator, and clean your face with it several times a day.
  4. You can store this in a spray bottle, too, and spray whenever needed.

This is an effective external treatment of the stubborn, pimple-prone skin.
The golden rule is to keep clean, to be squeaky clean at all times!
Oily skins are often a simpler prey to growing pimples, often beginning with blackheads and whiteheads, then becoming stubborn pimples filled with pus.

3rd Step
DIY face scrub to treat stubborn scars
You’ll Need:

  • Dried Green Pea Powder
  • Sandalwood Powder
  • 10-12 Ground Cloves
  • Rice powder
  • Mint powder
  • Neem leaves powder
  • Fuller’s earth
  • Camphor

You should apply a DIY face scrub that helps to reduce the marks 1-2 times a week.

  1. Take a bowl and add 1/2 teaspoon each of dried green pea powder, sandalwood powder, cloves powder, rice powder, mint leaves powder; neem leaves powder, fuller’s earth, camphor.
  2. If you want, you can make a big batch of these dried powders and store them in an airtight container.
  3. Mix with a little bit of rose water or with some water and apply this to your face.
  4. Apply it all over your clean face and neck and scrub this into the skin in small circular movements very gently.
  5. If you have any active acne, don’t scrub your face.
  6. Wash off after about 5-7 minutes and see how clean your skin feels.
  7. Do it regularly.

This exfoliating scrub will help lighten the acne marks and scars.

Step 4:
Cut back on foods linked to acne:

  • Stop red meat, and have lean meat, fish, and chicken if you can’t avoid non-veg food.
    It’s important to avoid those foods along with this.
  • Say a strict no to processed sweets, fried food, thick fatty and gravy dishes, chocolates, ice creams, and aerated beverages.
  • Young people quench their thirst instead of water with colas, and their parents don’t say anything at all.
    Never do this and never allow this to happen if you are a parent.
  • Teach your young people to eat green vegetables, fruits, and drink plenty of water from an early age.
    It may be hard at times, but in the long run, they will thank you.

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