Due to rapid hormonal shifts, teenagers are more likely to get acne than adults.
As a result, many teenagers are worried about their skin.
Caring about your skin and making a few simple lifestyle improvements will help enhance the quality of your skin.
1st Tip Use Mint
- ½ inch slice of cucumber
- 10-12 mint leaves
- ½ tbsp honey
- Grind the ingredients together until the mixture is smooth.
- Apply this mixture to your face like you would a face kit.
- Keep it on for 20 minutes or so.
- Do this once or twice a week.
Mint has good antibacterial properties and contains salicylic acid, both of which are important in preventing acne.
It also contains vitamin A, which regulates the secretion of oil in people with oily and acne-prone skin.
The application of this ingredient will dry and clear acne when cleaning your pores.
Honey has mild bleaching properties that can lighten tan and fade blemishes.
It can also avoid skin pigmentation, clear your face, and enhance your complexion.
Cucumber hydrates the skin and has calming properties that soothe inflammation.
2nd Tip Use Saffron
- 1 teaspoon curd
- 1/2 teaspoon lemon juice
- 1/2 teaspoon saffron
- Use a blender to powder your saffron.
- Mix the three ingredients together in a small bowl to form a paste.
- Using a brush, place the face mask on your skin, and wait 10 minutes for it to absorb.
- After the mask has dried, remove with the washcloth and rinse with cold water.
- Pat dry up and moisturize.
(Press your own lemon to get new lemon juice for the best results. Store-purchased lemon juice may contain other ingredients that may irritate the skin.
Use pure, non-sweetened, and non-sweetened curd that does not contain additives to prevent inflammation of the skin.)
Curd, lemon and saffron all have antibacterial properties that help fight off germs that can cause acne.
Curd contains lactic acid, zinc, and b-vitamins that help stave off acne and encourage young skin when applied topically.Curd is antibacterial and anti-inflammatory, making it very effective against acne.
It will help fight off germ-causing acne and reduce acne redness. Curd is even going to soothe painful and itchy acne.
The lactic acid in curd has lightening effects on the skin, which help to eliminate dark marks and blemishes.
Lemon has natural astringent properties that help to tighten pores and eliminate sebum, which can clog up pores and contribute to acne. Lemon also has antibacterial properties that cleanse the skin, minimize oiliness, and keep the acne away from it.
Lemon citric acid encourages clear skin and lightens acne lesions and stains.
Don’t add more lemon juice, particularly if you have extreme acne because it can burn your skin and irritate your acne.
Tip 3 Use Pineapple
- 1 tablespoon pineapple pulp
- 2 teaspoons rose water
- 2 teaspoons of oatmeal powder
- Mix the pineapple purée and rose water to make this anti-acne pineapple face mask.
- Add just enough oatmeal powder (oat flour or finely ground rolled oats) to make a smooth paste.
- Clean your face and add the mixture when your skin is still slightly moist.
- Keep it on for 10 minutes or so.
- After that time, wash off the mask with lukewarm water and a gentle cleanser.
- Apply a lightweight facial moisturizer.
On top of all the other skin advantages, pineapple is also perfect for managing acne breakouts.
Pineapple removes excess oil and mattresses the skin, and its enzymes exfoliate the skin and unclog the pores.
Rosewater moisturizes the skin and also has antiseptic and antimicrobial properties.
Oatmeal powder soothes the skin and soothes redness and inflammation – ideal for sometimes inflamed acne-prone skin.