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Simple Home Remedies for Clear Skin

Updated on March 21, 2017

Top 10 Home Remedies for Clear Skin

  • Wash your face before going to bed
  • Cucumber Face Mask for Clear Skin
  • Honey Treatment
  • Steam Treatment
  • Baking Soda treatment
  • Lime Juice treatment
  • Tomato Facial treatment
  • Aloe vera juice or gel
  • Warm Compress treatment
  • Don't pick and pop at a pimple

1. Wash Your Face Before Going to Bed

Before going to bed remember to wash your face thoroughly. All the dirts and dusts accumulated the day on your face should be washed off through this process and skin will be cleaned.

2. Cucumber Face Mask for Clear Skin

Cucumber contains vitamin A and C and is highly useful in making clear skin. It is also high in anti-oxidants. Cucumber mixed with little curd can be used as a face pack at home. This paste can be applied on the face and leave it for about 20 minutes, and then wash it off.

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3. Honey Treatment

Since honey moisterizes skin and is non-irritating substance, it helps to soothe skin and reduce irritation.

4. Steam Treatment

Boil some water in a bowl and put your face about 12 inch above the bowl. Keep it for 2-3 minutes so that the steam can get into your facial pores. Squeeze your face gently with your fingers to remove the dust and dirt from the pores of the skin.

5. Baking Soda Treatment

Baking soda has a fine gritty texture that makes it ideal for gentle exfoliation which prevents building up clogging pores. Mix baking soda with lemon juice and a make a fine paste. After washing the face with warm water, scrub your face gently with this paste, and leave it for about 5 minutes. Wash it off with warm water.

6. Lime Juice Treatment

Even applying plain lime juice is also helpful in cleaning the ways and getting a clear skin.

Lime | Source

7. Tomato Facial Treatment

Tomatoes have the property to clean and rejuvenate your skin. Cut a ripe tomato into two, and rinse your face with a piece of tomato for a while. It helps in removing dead skin, unplug pores and restores the skin's natural pH balance.

Tomato | Source

8. Aloe Vera Treatment

Aloe Vera can be used as plain or as gel for cleaning the face. Cut a good piece from aloe vera plant and cut into two. Rub it off on your face and the slimy substance helps in cleaning the skin. If aloe vera is not available with you even a gel made from aloe vera can be used for this purpose. After applying for sometime wash your face with warm water.


9. Warm Compress Treatment

Soak a clean cotton cloth in warm water. Remove the excess water from the cloth and leave it on your skin for about three minutes and then remove it. Remember to wash your face immediately with an exfoliating face wash. If it is not available you can also use a home made scrub to scrub your face gently, and then rinse with cool water.

10. Don't Pick and Pop at a Pimple

If you have pimples on your face you are most likely to get tempted to touch that often and then slowly remove it. A pimple should never be removed that way. Stay away from that temptation.


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      3 years ago from United States

      These are awesome home remedies for clear skin. I will definitely try some of these. Thanks for sharing them with us.


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