5 ways to bid adieu to acne marks


Acne scars and pimple marks can make some people feel insecure or self-conscious about their skin. It may remind them of their unhappy teenage years, or maybe a horrible breakout that happened only weeks ago. To some people, those marks may negatively affect their self-esteem and may result in a decline of their self-confidence. That is why many acne sufferers live with a medicine cabinet full of oral medications and chemical creams in hopes of being blemish-free. However, not all of those creams may work for your skin type. Wedding Affair brings to you five remedies to say goodbye to your acne marks.

Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar is made by fermenting apple cider, or the unfiltered juice from pressed apples. Like other vinegars, it’s known for its ability to fight many types of bacteria and fungi. Apple cider vinegar contains organic acids, such as citric acid, that have been found to kill acne. Research has shown that succinic acid, another organic acid, suppresses inflammation caused by acne, which may prevent scarring. Lactic acid, another acid in apple cider vinegar, may also improve the appearance of acne scars.

Aloe Vera

If you look online, you’ll find many fans of using aloe vera to heal dark spots from acne. It’s true that aloe is an exceptional healing agent, especially when it comes to your skin. An trusted source found that consistent use of aloe could stabilize melanin levels in cells, but more research is needed to know the limits of this effect.

Honey Cinnamon Mask

Honey and cinnamon have the ability to fight bacteria and reduce inflammation, which are two factors that trigger acne. The combination of honey and cinnamon bark extract exerted antibacterial effects against acne. Other research has indicated that honey on its own can block the growth of or kill acne.

Tea Tree Oil

Tea tree oil is an essential oil that’s extracted from the leaves of Melaleuca alternifolia, a small tree native to Australia. It’s well known for its ability to fight bacteria and reduce skin inflammation. What’s more, several studies have found that applying tea tree oil to the skin may reduce acne. A study found that, compared with benzoyl peroxide, participants using a tea tree oil ointment for acne experienced less dry skin and irritation. They also felt more satisfied with the treatment. Given that topical and oral antibiotics can cause bacterial resistance if used long term for acne, tea tree oil may be an effective substitute. Tea tree oil is very potent, so always dilute it before applying it to your skin.

Witch Hazel

Witch Hazel is extracted from the bark and leaves of the North American witch hazel shrub, Hamamelis virginiana. It contains tannins, which have strong antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. That’s why it’s used to treat a broad range of skin conditions, including dandruff, eczema, varicose veins, burns, bruises, insect bites, and acne. Witch hazel may fight bacteria and reduce skin irritation and inflammation, which can contribute to acne.

Also Read: Easy self-care techniques to indulge in this year

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