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Best Acne Facial Masks at Home

Updated on February 19, 2014

Acne victims are distracted by the huge number of unverified acne face masks, from the simple fact that acne is a temporarily not conformed fat metabolism, and that getting rid of acne just requires accelerating fat metabolism.

The first step in clearing acne is to clear the extra fat accumulated in the skin, which is the predisposing factor for formation of, black heads, white heads, pimples, nodules ..etc. Leaving a sluggish fat metabolism may turn acne from a temporary simple condition to a chronic pathological case.

To accelerate fat metabolism we need to supply abundant amounts of a pivotal coenzyme in fat (and carbohydrate) metabolism, that is, Coenzyme A. We can do that by the supplementary precursors of coenzyme a, namely Pantethine or (Pantothenic acid plus Methionine).

Another alternative is the natural substances that are rich in these precursors like, egg white which is rich in Methionine and Whey powder or Broccoli which are rich in Pantothenic acid. Experimentally, pantothenic acid is best supplied as a supplement because getting the required amounts from foods is unreliable.

1- Best Acne Face Mask

For any skin type and any acne symptom, this is the best acne face mask as it contains estimated amounts of Coenzyme A precursors. Glycollic acid in molasses will scrub the skin of any debris and dead cells.

1/2 Teaspoon ----------- Pantothenic acid powder
1/2 Teaspoon ----------- Methionine powder
1 Teaspoon ----------- Molasses
2 Teaspoon ----------- Yogurt

Blend all the ingredients until you get a smooth homogenous consistency. Smooth the face and leave for 20 minutes. Wash with luke hot water (light warm water).

2- Best Acne Face Mask for Black Heads

Black heads are open pores that are clogged with darkened surface accumulated fat. Thanks to its constituents, this mask dissolves accumulated fat to be completely absorbed, it also helps complete metabolism of absorbed fat.

1 -------------- small Egg White
2 Tablespoon --- Sugar
2 Tablespoon --- Coconut oil
1/2 Teaspoon --- Magnesium Sulfate (Epsom salt)
1/2 Teaspoon --- Baking Soda

Blend all the ingredients in a processor until you get a consistent creamy mixture, smooth the face with the cream and leave for 20 minutes, then wash the face using luke water.

3- Best Acne Face Mask for White Heads

White head is a bulged clogged and closed pores that are packed with fat (sebum), we have to clear this fat by their complete metabolism.

1 -------------- Small Egg White
1/2 Teaspoon --- Pantothenic acid powder
1 Teaspoon ----- Magnesium Sulfate (Epsom salt)
4 Tablespoon --- Yogurt (full cream)

Thoroughly mix the ingredients to get a homogenous consistency, apply on the skin and leave for 20 minutes then wash using luke water.

4- Best Acne Face Mask for Pimples

Pimples are red small bumps formed when the wall of the pores open allowing sebum, bacteria, and dead skin cells to make their way under the skin. To treat pimples we should promote fat metabolism, dry up the swollen area, and include ingredients with anti bacterial effect.

1 ------------------ Egg white
1/2 Teaspoon ------- Pantothenic acid powder
1 Teaspoon -------- Aloe vera gel
1 Teaspoon -------- Magnesium Sulfate (Epsom salt)
1 ------------------ Ripe Tomato, chopped
2 drops ------------ Thyme oil

Blend all the ingredients in a blender, pureeing together. Apply to your face and leave for 15 minutes. Rinse off with water.

5- Best Acne Face Mask for All Skin Types

Whether you have normal, dry, oily, combination skin type and you have got acne, you can use this mask safely.

1 --------------- medium Apple, peeled and cored
1 Tablespoon ---- Molasses
1 Teaspoon ------ Pantothenic acid powder

Blen all in a blender pureeing together. Put the mixture in a refrigerator for a better appel. Apply to your face and leave for 15 minutes. Splash with water to remove the mask.

6- Best Acne Face Mask for Normal Skin

1/4 cup -------------- Yogurt, chilled
3-4 ------------------ Strawberries, mashed
1 -------------------- small Egg white

Stir ingredients together. Apply to the skin and gently massage strawberry to exfoliate. Wash off with water and dry.

7- Best Acne Face Mask for Dry Skin

1 --------------- Whole Egg, beaten
1/4 ------------- Avocado, ripe, peeled
1/2 cup --------- Buttermilk
1 Teaspoon ------ Pantothenic acid powder

Blend together all of the ingredients in a blender, pureeing together. Apply to your face and leave for 12-15 minutes. Wash up using luke water.

8- Best Acne Face Mask for Oily Skin

1/2 ---------- Cucumber, peeled
1 ----------- large Egg White
1 Teaspoon --- Lemon Juice
1 Teaspoon --- Pantothenic acid powder
2 Drops ------ Lime essential oil

Except the essential oil, blend all the ingredients in a blender, then add the oil. Apply to your face and leave for 20 minutes the wash up using water.

9- Best Acne Mask for Combination Skin

1 Tablespoon ---------- Sugar
1 Tablespoon ---------- Lemon juice
1 --------------------- small Egg White
1 Teaspoon ------------ Pantothenic acid powder

Blend all the ingredients together, smooth your face and leave for 15 minutes, splash with luke water.

10- Best Acne Treatment and Prevention Face Mask

1 Tablespoon ----------- Strong Green Tea
1 ---------------------- small Egg White
4 Tablespoons ---------- Aloe vera gel
2 Drops ---------------- Chamomile essential oil


First brew a strong cup of green tea. Blend all the ingredients and apply to face and leave for 15 minutes. Wash up and pat dry.

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      Natalie 

      6 years ago

      Most of thesethings are easy to get but the panthotic acid powder is hard to get, where can I find them.Help!

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      GetRidOfAcneSpots 

      6 years ago from North London

      Great hub elqalatawy, you have provided some great natural face cleansers and tonics for treating acne. Natural is most definitely the way to go. Medications only deal with treating the symptom of acne and carry with them some harmful side effects.

      Acne is your bodies way of telling you that something internal is out of balance and not right. so its not just a external problem it also internal, and could be poor working digestion, hormonal imbalances, eating the wrong foods, stress and even not enough water.

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      Tammy5 

      6 years ago

      I've only used the Lady Soma Antioxidant Berry Masque twice so far, but I've already seen results! I have very sensitive combination skin so the Lady Soma skincare products are perfect for me because they focus on leveling the Ph levels in your skin. I use the face masque at night before bed and the next morning most of my blemishes are already cleared up! Its definitely effective and smells good!

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      Haydee Anderson 

      7 years ago from Hermosa Beach

      natural is always better. useful hub for acne treatments.

    • elqalatawy profile imageAUTHOR

      elqalatawy 

      7 years ago from Egypt

      Hi jer_hall,

      Thanks for commenting.

      If you read this hub again and my other hubs on acne, you will realize that they all are centered around the mass production of sebum, and that the solution is to increase the ability of the body to metabolize excess sebum, to do that sebum should be absorbed first.

      As for drying the skin, this is when the lesion is contaminated with bacteria, so that the ingredients with anti-bacterial effect are concentrated.

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      xeagle 

      7 years ago from Medicine Hat AB

      Having don a fair bit of research on this myself, your article very informative and well written.

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      Mohamed Farid 

      7 years ago from Alexandria, Egypt

      A+ information, very useful and well organized, i would recommend this for anyone with acne problems, good job and keep it up!

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      Brianna W 

      7 years ago from East Coast

      Voted up and useful. You have put together some informative and great information for people of all skintypes.

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