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Honey for Acne

Acne is a skin disease caused when the follicles or pores clogged by sebum (oil). This is the growth of bacteria and most famous of the State: promotes the grains. Acne is the most difficult to scars; acne can cause a problem, very frustrating and embarrassing for all to treat. Acne is as bitter as one phase of life and can be very bitter if you leave scars that are not ready, her face in her life. One of the natural material that will surely help you treat your condition is through honey.

Honey has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. Acne is formed when the sebaceous glands produce sebum which goes to the pores. When they are blocked with dead skin, bacteria and germs there and lead to the production of lumps. This is how acne is being formed on face.

Therefore, it’ll be necessary to have something on your face that can kill these microorganisms by which the honey is capable of. Honey has been used even in ancient times and has been passed through generations. This only means that its effectiveness has already been proven in time.

Honey. This sweet nectar from nature's busiest worker can be used for more than just its taste. Proven to relieve minor burns and insect bites, some people also to help the skin to reduce the appearance of acne scars. Helps minimize the presence of bacteria on the skin due to its antibacterial properties.

Tips

1. Rinse your face with lukewarm water after applying these ways to treat acne. After this, rinse it with cold water as well.

2. This is best to do every day at night time.

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