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    This mask, submitted by GrannyMed reader Caitlin Louder uses the acids and enzymes of the tomato to cleanse and tone oily skin. Tomato mask for acne Method C… Read More
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    M. balsamea (peppermint) Peppermint is preferable to spearmint as a medicinal herb because it contains menthol. But if you can't find peppermint or aren't sure whi… Read More
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    Method Cook a single serving of plain oatmeal as you would for eating. Add approximately ¼ cup honey and mix thoroughly. Allow to cool. Apply to face, av… Read More
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    Urtica dioica Nettle is the general term for herbaceous plants of the genus Urtica. "Stinging nettle" (Urtica dioica) is the best-known variety and is regarded vari… Read More
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    Aloe barbadensis There are hundreds of varieties of aloe that grow all over the world. Most have medicinal properties. However, it is aloe barbadensis that is know… Read More
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    Citrus limon Lemon juice and rose water acne treatment Method Mix equal parts lemon juice and rose water. Apply directly to skin. You might feel an init… Read More

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Acne is a skin condition resulting from blocked hair follicles. Technically speaking, even non-inflamed blackheads are considered acne but for most people, swollen whiteheads (pustules) and inflammed red spots (papules) are of greatest concern. These cosmetically unappealing and sometimes painful acne sores are usually the result of pores becoming clogged with sebum (an oil produced by the skin) and accumulating bacteria. There is no cure for acne but its symptoms can be treated and, in some cases, mitigated with agents that cleanse the skin and reduce inflammation. There are some very powerful medications available that will clear up acne in most people, but they are expensive, produce harsh side effects and have unkown long-term consequences. Therefore, home remedies using herbs and natural products are ideal for acne treatment.

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