5 Ayurvedic Beauty Tips For Acne

Acne is a very critical problem for the teenagers and the people with oily skin. Acne are worst as  they leave their marks on your face.

The Ayurvedic acne cure is definitely one of the best options that you can try at home to heal and fade their scars effectively.

Thus, to treat the acne, try these 5 simple and very effective Ayurvedic remedies that help you to achieve the best results.


  1. Neem Leaves

It is a perfect remedy for treating acne. Crush 8 to 10 Neem leaves with some water. Apply this paste over the acnes, breakouts and scars on your face. Keep it  as it is overnight. Soon your acne gets healed and remove the scars of them.


2. Basil Leaves

Basil leaves paste is a fantastic way to get rid of acnes, when you apply it regularly. Similarly  like the Neem leaves, try the basil leaves paste on the pimples to heal faster.


  1. Lemon Juice & Honey

It is one of the basic yet very effective beauty tips for acne treatment. Mix 1 teaspoon of fresh lemon juice with 1 teaspoon of honey and apply this paste over the pimples and scars left out by acnes. Leave it for 10 minutes and wash your face with lukewarm water and find a very soft, shiny and clear skin in no time.

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4. Tomato Juice

It is a great natural remedy that can be used to solve your acne problem.  Apply fresh tomato slices or juice directly over the acnes and scars. Keep this for 20 to 30 minutes and then wash your face. This helps you to fade the acne scars and gives a natural bleaching glow to your skin.

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  1. Cloves

Clove is a natural strong spice. So you should use it carefully. Grind 3 to 4 cloves with some water or milk and make a paste. Apply this paste on the acnes. This helps you to minimize the acne infections.

Along with these ayurvedic remedies, you may also try a natural remedy such as Clarina Cream From Himalaya. It has anti-inflammatory, astringent, antioxidant, soothing and emollient properties, which act very effectively on the acne problems and also relives the itching and burning, associated with pimples without side-effects.


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