Say goodbye to blackheads by using homemade ointments

Cut a lemon in half and gently rub the affected area and leave it overnight and rinse your face in the morning or if your skin is sensitive. Squeeze the lemon juice and mix it with rose water and apply it to the affected areas like an astringent lotion.

Foods containing niacin and vitamin A are also used to treat acne. It is recommended to take 100 mg of niacin, three times a day, and 50,000 international units of vitamin A, three times daily. Vitamin E is also recommended, 400 mg once a day. This therapy should continue for a month.

Garlic has been used successfully in the treatment of acne and its antibacterial properties are high. Rub raw garlic on the affected skin several times a day. It will help remove your scars. Chronic forms of acne are also cured with this treatment.

Make a mixture of coriander juice with a pinch of turmeric powder. It is a very effective home made ointment for pimples and blackheads. The mixture should be applied to the face after washing it every night before going to bed. Mint juice can also be used instead of coriander juice.

Papaya juice (including the skin and seeds) can also be applied on the inflamed pimples. Mix cornstarch with a little water and apply it as a mask. This will help absorb oil.

Apply a small amount of toothpaste (paste, not gel) on pimples before sleeping. This process will help drying the beans.

The fresh lemon juice mixed with a glass of warm milk can be applied to the face as a face wash for pimples, blackheads and cracked skin. Drinking wheatgrass juice (wheatgrass) every day, is also highly recommended to eliminate acne.

Say goodbye to blackheads by using homemade ointments

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