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acene problems

Postby MUKKUULL on Fri Jan 12, 2018 6:40 am

hii please give advice for acene problems
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Re: acne problems

Postby talkhealth on Fri Jan 12, 2018 10:18 am

Hello - please visit our hub talkacne - as you will find a lot of helpful practical information here. We also provide signpost information for other organisations such as charities involved in this area. In our hubs you will also find members stories which are also very useful to read to hear how others cope with the issues from acne. We have regular Ask The Expert sessions each month with British Skin Foundation and their experts who will be able to answer your direct questions. As always if you are concerned about your condition and you are finding it hard to self manage please do visit your GP who will be able to advise on your direct issues and may refer you on to a dermatologist.
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Re: acene problems

Postby ashleyjackson on Wed Jan 31, 2018 6:30 pm

Hi,
Acne is the major problem of skin. Here are some homemade remedies for acne:-
1. Green Tea:- Green tea has antimicrobial and antioxidant compounds that can help fight acne. To get its effects, use a cooled cup of green tea as a face wash or lay the bag over the affected area.
2. Honey has antibiotic properties can help improve acne. Apply a teaspoon of honey to affected areas.
3. Aspirin:- The salicylic acid in aspirin is go-to for acne treatments, and the aspirin can dry up pimples and reduce inflammation.
4. Aloe vera:- Scrape the gel from an aloe plant out with a spoon, and apply to acne.
Thanks!!
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Re: acene problems

Postby emmaclark on Wed Sep 19, 2018 8:09 am

ashleyjackson wrote:Hi,
Acne is the major problem of skin. Here are some homemade remedies for acne:-
1. Green Tea:- Green tea has antimicrobial and antioxidant compounds that can help fight acne. To get its effects, use a cooled cup of green tea as a face wash or lay the bag over the affected area.
2. Honey has antibiotic properties can help improve acne. Apply a teaspoon of honey to affected areas.
3. Aspirin:- The salicylic acid in aspirin is go-to for acne treatments, and the aspirin can dry up pimples and reduce inflammation.
4. Aloe vera:- Scrape the gel from an aloe plant out with a spoon, and apply to acne.
Thanks!!


Hi Ashleyjackson,
Great information. I used aloe vera gel for acne treatment and it's very effective.
Thanks.
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