April 3, 2021

5 Natural Methods that May Reduce Pimples

Pimples are common blemishes that can appear in adults of all ages. They can have an impact on a person’s appearance, which could knock their self-confidence. Some pimples can also be extremely painful and irritating. Common factors that will contribute to pimples include oily skin, clogged pores, a build-up of dead skin cells, bacteria, hormones, and inflammation. Getting a dermatologist to identify the cause is key to finding the best method of treatment. There are natural remedies that you can try to keep your skin clear. Today, we will be taking a look at 5 natural methods that may reduce pimples. 


Your Skincare Routine
A good skincare routine is crucial to reducing the appearance of pimples. It can balance your skin oils, unclog pores, remove dead skin, and reduce the presence of bacteria. Anything that irritates your skin or upsets the balance must be avoided. Using the right products for your skin type will ensure that you benefit from your skincare routine. You won’t see results after one day, so be steady and patient. 


Wash Your Hair 
Excess oil in your hair will travel to your skin, which can lead to pimples and can worsen acne. Keep your hair clean by washing it regularly. Over time, this could reduce the appearance of skin blemishes, especially those that develop close to your hairline. You should avoid getting harsh chemicals from hair spray and gels on your face, as they can clog pores, irritate the skin, and cause unwanted breakouts. 

Apply Topical Treatments
Topical treatments can be applied to the skin to reduce breakouts, particularly those that appear on specific areas of your skin. You can purchase a range of treatments online or in-store, such as benzoyl peroxide or salicylic acid. If you would like a more natural solution, then you should check out CBD creams and more at herbalhealth.co.uk. CBD is good for the skin as it’s said to be an anti-inflammatory. 


Eat Healthy Foods
The food you eat can influence the appearance of your skin. Oily food does not lead to oily skin and pimples, but a diet high in sugar will. In order to achieve clear skin, you should follow a healthy diet full of fresh fruit and vegetables. Eating food that reduces inflammation is also recommended. As well as eating the right food, you should drink plenty of water. Hydrated skin is normally healthy and clear. 

Avoid Popping Pimples
It can be very tempting to pop a pimple, especially if it has become a habit of yours. Squeezing spots can lead to inflammation, which can increase the number of spots on your face. It can also lead to scarring. Instead of popping and picking at your pimples, you should use topical solutions and soothing skin products to reduce their appearance and to prevent the formation of new unwanted blemishes. 


These natural methods could contribute to a healthy lifestyle as well as clear skin. If you suffer from acne, then you should talk to your doctor about being put on prescribed medication to reduce your symptoms and clear your skin. Professional advice will help you achieve the results you are aiming for. 

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  1. We're battling with our eldest's acne nowadays and we try our best to give him healthy food and hindi na muna pogi haircut, we shaved it which surprisingly helped! He also washes with Ponds acne and I made him use Nivea Micellair. So far, maganda results.

  2. These are all true, our skin depends not only on the creams and cleansers we use but how we take care of ourselves in general. I don't like wearing makeup but I love to drink water and workout I guess it helps with my skin too.

  3. Thanks for sharing these tips! Very timely now that we have to wear face mask every time and that causes maskne.

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  4. Totally agree with skincare routine and eating healthy foods. Plus don't forget a good night sleep. Lack of sleep can really cause break outs, and gives a bad vibe day LOL.

  5. Super guilty about popping pimples which i guess really doesn’t help no? Huhuhu i feel like derma is what j need to finally address my acne problems huhu

  6. Nakakaguilty po lalo na sa washing hair. Dapat ba mamili huhu wash hair iwas pimples. Not wash everyday, pimples ka naman. San po lulugar haha. Pero thanks for this reminder

  7. I never had any problem with pimples after high school. However, one advice that I remember back then when I had breakouts was to keep my hair clean and away from my forehead because the dirt and oil can irritate my skin.

  8. Hello Jen! As someone who has PCOS and hormonal problems, I lived having pimples from my adolescent years up to now, especially during my period. Among your tips, finding a skin care routine worked well for me! I discovered Vitamin C, Niacinamide, sunscreen, serums, Toner and mosturizer as my best buddies. Of course, dapat balanced diet and healthy lifestyle din. But so far, skin care works for me well.

  9. Oh, this are great recommendations. I had pimple issues few months ago. Tried a lot of regimen but didn't work. When I tried to eat healthier food, exercise and (yes) apply topical treatment that's the time my pimple reduce.


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