We recently saw about some foods that are great for keeping the skin young and well-preserved, did you watch it?
In today's video, you will see some homemade medicines that are good for cystic acne, do you know what cystic acne is?
Acne is an inflammation underneath the skin layer that appears throughout the body, especially in the back, neck, and chest.
In the cystic type, the villain is the excessive production of sebum and keratin, which clog the pores and prevent the skin from excreting these substances, causing red and painful spots.
Cystic acne is generally caused by hormonal changes, bad eating, and genetic predisposition. Inadequate care of the skin and body tends to worsen inflammation.
Let's see 4 homemade medicines that you can try:
Since ice reduces swelling, itchiness, pain, and redness, some experts suggest rubbing an ice cube over cystic acne.
Some supporters of natural healing mention the antibacterial properties of vinegar to combat cystic acne.
Since it is anti-inflammatory and antiseptic, experts recommend making a facial mask with turmeric to treat cystic acne.
Tea tree oil
Tea tree oil prevents the proliferation of cystic acne and is great for acne and alleviating pain and swelling in the skin, isn't it amazing?
Talk to your doctor or dermatologist before trying any of these medicines.
Watch your eating habits and other factors, such as stress, anxiety, and menstrual cycle.
Try it and share your experience with us.
0:00 Home remedies for cystic acne
1:35 Ice on pimples
1:49 Using vinegar on cystic acne
2:08 Turmeric for acne
2:29 Tea tree oil for cystic acne
2:43 Tips for preventing and managing cystic acne
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