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Warning: You’re Losing Money by Not Using Honey For Acne

Honey For Acne

One would think that honey is a great product to nourish and moisturize skin and/or hair. Antiseptic, antibacterial, antibiotic: honey has many virtues to cure acne pimples, and it is entirely natural. It has the power to disinfect, it helps the skin to heal and moisturizes effectively.

For a long time, our ancestors, our grandparents had understood its powerful benefits and applied honey for all their skin problems.

Honey would have the tremendous power to regulate excess sebum. And it’s on the Reddit forum that women have brought honey up to date, highlighting its tremendous benefits. Honey helps to make bacteria disappear (antibacterial) and to reduce imperfections over time. All without leaving acne scars.

How Do Honey Help Acne?

A valid question to come to your mind should be “is honey is good for acne?”The answer is actually yes.

Honey is a natural cure for acne and pimples, because of its great antibacterial, antiseptic abilities, anti-allergic and anti-oxidants. In addition, you get all the skin-friendly vitamins, such as B2, B3, B5 which you can also notice in the labels of popular anti-acne creams.

Honey acts as a natural antiseptic to stop the growth of microbes like bacteria that cause acne.  It does this by emitting small amounts of hydrogen peroxide that disinfects your skin. A bacterium causes the development of acne, and honey has got anti-bacterial abilities. It is a perfect home remedy for exterminating bacteria/germs on the outside and as well as the inside of your skin.

In addition, honey’s high sugar content and acidic nature negate the ability of bacteria to multiply. Applying this natural antiseptic to a fully grown a pimple or Whitehead can prevent infection in your pores from getting worse.

Furthermore, the anti-inflammatory properties of honey help treat swelling and redness caused by acne and pimples. Finally, honey, a natural moisturizer, provide relief to those with dry skin. It works to keep moisture in your skin and prevent the peeling and dryness that other acne treatments can cause. Try natural honey as a remedy to cure your acne.

Honey Recipes For Anti-Acne Masks

Here are three recipes for honey-based anti-acne masks that you can apply just at home. Choose a 100% natural honey, untreated and unheated, preferably not bought in supermarkets. Manuka honey is usually the best for this. Make a test first, and apply some honey behind your ear to make sure you do not trigger any allergies.

The Exfoliating Mask

Just mix a little of powdered sugar in honey and apply everything on your skin by massaging in a circular way so that the sugar grains act as a scrub. They will naturally eliminate dead skin and release the pores of the skin, and the sebum can then flow more easily, which will prevent the formation of pimples. Rinse thoroughly afterward.

The Face Cleansing Mask

manuka Honey For Acne

Mix honey with a little lemon juice, and apply the mixture to the skin and leave on for 10 minutes before rinsing.

Moisturizing Mask For Combination Skin

Mix two teaspoons of honey and two teaspoons of milk, and apply this creamy cocktail on your face, leave on for a few minutes before rinsing.

This is what one of the many users of honey for acne got to say:  “Since last April, I fight against acne on the face. I have tested many skin treatments that have absolutely not scored. I came across this study, showing that patients had diminished or cleared their imperfections after using natural honey for three hours each night. After washing my skin with a cleanser, I spread a very thin layer of honey on the affected areas, which I rinse three hours later. I realize today that it has worked effortlessly and painlessly. I will continue this “treatment” and plan to stop it within six months.


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