Acne is a common skin problem, especially in teenagers who are undergoing hormonal changes in their body. Acne usually occurs on the face but it can also occur in other parts of the body including underarms, back, butts, legs, shoulders etc. There are many medications and ointments easily available over the counter for the treatment of acne. You can also make a face mask at home to control the outburst of acne.

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6 Ways to Make Homemade Face Mask for Acne

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6 Ways to Make Homemade Face Mask for Acne

  1. Making a Face Mask for Acne Using Clove Paste

    Clove paste face mask can help treat acne. Clove has used in several soaps, face washes and creams for the treatment of pimples, acne and other skin infections. It has good antibacterial properties that make it a good choice for face mask. Clove is easily available and it is easier to prepare the face mask using clove for treating acne. You just need to crush the dry clove and mix it with small amount of water to make a paste. Apply the paste on your face before going to sleep and allow it to sit overnight. Wash your face with normal water in the morning.

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  2. Using Turmeric & Clove to Make a Face Mask for Acne

    Another face mask for acne is turmeric with clove. India spices are popular all over the world for the amazing lavour that they add to the food. However, lesser people in the world are aware of their antibacterial and antimicrobial properties. Turmeric when combined with clove can be used as an effective treatment option for acne and other skin infections. To prepare this wonderful face pack, you would need to crush the clove to convert it in the powdered forms. Turmeric is easily available in the form of powder. Add some water to the mixture of turmeric and clove to prepare a paste that can be applied on the face. Leave it overnight for the best results.

  3. Neem and Turmeric Face Mask for Acne

    Neem and turmeric face mask is effective for acne. Neem comes with some good antifungal and antibacterial properties. You can either get the fresh leaves or powder of dry leaves. Crush the leaves and mix it with turmeric powder to create a paste. You may need to add some water to make the paste.

  4. Making a Face Mask for Acne Using Honey & Cinnamon

    Honey and cinnamon face mask for pimples is also effective. The combination of honey and cinnamon is an excellent remedy to avoid growth of the harmful microbes on the skin. These microbes, bacteria in particular are one of the main causes of acne. Honey is known for its excellent antibacterial properties. It also moisturizes the skin when allowed to stay for about half an hour. You can also use it alone as a face mask for treating acne. However, it becomes more effective when used along with cinnamon powder that is also helpful in killing acne causing bacteria. You can apply the pack on the whole face or just the particular spots on face and wash it after 30 minutes.

  5. Garlic & Honey Face Mask for Acne

    Garlic and honey face mask is an effective way to treat acne. Honey as we have already discussed has excellent anti-microbial or anti-bacterial properties. Garlic on the other hand is a good antibiotic. Prepare a paste of garlic by crushing it gently and then mixing it with honey. Apply the paste on your skin as face pack and allow it to sit for half an hour. Wash your face with cold water gently. You will see a lot of improvement in acne.

  6. Preparing a Face Mask for Acne Using Lemon Juice & Rose Water

    Lemon juice and rose water is also a good face mask for acne. A mixture of lemon juice and rose water works wonders for your skin. Rose water is helpful in cleaning off the dirt particles from the skin surface that can accumulate in the pores and cause acne. Lemon juice has good antibacterial properties that are helpful in getting rid of acne causing bacteria from the skin. It is also a rich source of Vitamin C that helps in keeping the skin healthy and glowing. The combination of rose water and lemon juice makes a good face mask.

Pramod Kerkar

Written, Edited or Reviewed By:

, MD,FFARCSI

Pain Assist Inc.

Last Modified On: January 29, 2018

This article does not provide medical advice. See disclaimer

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