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How to get rid of blemishes naturally?

  1. shwetha123 profile image72
    shwetha123posted 6 years ago

    How to get rid of blemishes naturally?

  2. Denise Handlon profile image90
    Denise Handlonposted 6 years ago

    Sometimes there is nothing one can do with blemishes if it is acne but wait for that phase of life to pass.  Many adolescents go through this.  HOWEVER, I feel that there are things that can contribute to worsening the condition.  Eating a diet filled with greasy junk seems to add to the flare up.  Not washing the face and keeping it clean, keeping the extra oils off, also seems to make a difference.  And, finally, not drinking water contributes to many health issues.  Of all three of these tips, the number one helpful hint for me has been: drink lots and lots of water.  It flushes everything out of the system.  Good luck.

  3. fountainyouth profile image60
    fountainyouthposted 6 years ago

    A proper diet, and plenty of water is always a good way to start, the more nutrients we contain, the better health we attain. Utilization of Natural shea butter, is an excellent way to nourish the skin, thereby promoting Natural healing processes. Eat, plenty of fruits, veggies, beans, grains, use non-poisous herbs, and naturally occuring super nutrients. Intake Naturally occuring fatty acids, like olive oil, coconut oil, avoacado oil, sweet almond oil, macadamia nut oil, etc., and they're good for the inner and outer body. Minimize meats, processed foods, microwaved foods, fast foods, highly salted/sugared foods, overcooked foods, etc. Shea butter is best, but also raw Natural cocoa butter, is very beneficial and very high in healing nutrients. Soak up some sunshine high in vitamin D, with the Natural protection of, preferrably shea butter, to bring about an even, healthy tone, and not the unhealthy blemishes of unhealthy skin. Go to http://laneeya.com they have high quality Natural health and beauty products. Check out my article on Natural healing masks!

  4. Cardia profile image94
    Cardiaposted 6 years ago

    They always say that drinking water has many benefits - it flushes out all the toxins, and other things that have negative results on our skin.

    Also, I've tried Vitamin E oil for scars. It takes a while, but it does make the scar flatter and make the skin colour blend a bit more. the oil is a bit expensive, but it lasts a long time! (the pure oil is super thick, and therefore, you only need a LITTLE bit to put on the scar twice a day) If not, you can always buy the Vitamin E capsules, puncture them with a pin, and use the oils from that.

    Good luck!

  5. lukeuk profile image70
    lukeukposted 6 years ago

    I speak from past experience here, to be honest like Denise has already said it often just passes in time and you just have to sort of wade it out. However studies have shown that the diet theory is a myth and it has little or next to nothing to do with diet. I know you said naturally , but some face products really can help, you just have to find the right one for you. In them mean time, use steam and a flannel to cleanse. Don't worry, 99% of the time it gets better in its own time. Just don't let any bacteria get near spots because it can really aggregate them.

  6. artist101 profile image67
    artist101posted 5 years ago

    A couple of things to try. White toothe paste, like colgate, dabbed on blemishes, and left on overnight, will dry them up quickly. As will diluted lemon juice. Dilute lemon juice with water, dab on with a q-tip, leave on over night. Stress, and hormones are a contributing factor in breakouts. Suggested dosage is 5-10mg of a good B complex, for stress. Flaxseed oil, 1000mg, orally, will help to balance hormones. As will krill oil. Both contain omega fatty acids, in a balance of 3,6, and 9. A good one is                   http://www.amazon.com/nature-made-flaxs … B00126FELQ

 
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