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Do you have a natural cure for acne?

A: eat a healthy, balanced diet (no greasy, processed etc. foods!) <-- sounds silly but it really does work use witchhazel or another recommended cream hope it gets better soon!! :) something that helped me was scrubbing my face w oatmeal and honey i use honey on my face and it works great for me! worth a try anyways. Hope this helps. http://www.home-remedies-for-you.com/remedy/acne.html Drink lots of water, eat a balanced diet of fruits and veggies, wash your face in the morning and at night with a cleanser and toner, if you have bangs (guy or girl) consider trimming them and keeping them out of your face, take a...


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Is there any natural cure for acne?

A: The cheapest, easiest thing to do for acne is to drink lots of water. one thing that''s cheap that you might try is using vinegar on your face after you wash it and before you go to bed. If you can afford a pretty good non oily moisturizer it will help keep your pores clean so dirt can''t get in and cause acne. This is the least expensive way to go. If you have a little money, find a cleanser and moisturizer with alpha hydroxy or glycolic acid. Still drink plenty of water! Yes, my husband found that frequent washing with a mild soap, at least three or four times a day solved the problem. I had a bit of a problem too. I just gave my face a...


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What is the best natural cure for acne?

A: Milk. stop eating chocolate none of those sound ''natural'' so far. try getting older, that normally solves it Tretinoin. toothpaste try sex lol Just joking Try to go to your local Dermatologist and he/she will check on it and give you a prescription for sumthing. pop that suka ( make sure ur hands are cleannnnnn :-D ) ( pimples mostly spread cus the hands arent clean when u pop em ) Oh my god, seriously, proactiv works so well... Im a big advocate for it now. :) don''t give yourself too much stress and don''t eat a lot of chocolate or sweets acne is one of the most distressing and depressing...


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A natural Cure for acne - Is There one? A Review

A: Every disease results from a breakdown within your body. All major diseases and chronic conditions are warning signs of something drastically wrong on the inside. That statement is true if you are talking about high blood pressure, cancer, heart problems, too much fat or you name it. I know a natural remedy for most diseases, but if I were to come on strongly about them the FDA would put me in prison. I have written a book that hints at some real answers and hope the FDA doesn''t use it to come after me. That book, Modern Nutriti

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What are some the best natural cures for acne?

A: Tea tree oil, coconut oil and hot hot hot water to open the pores and clean that bad boy out! ;). Try a honey mask! There`s a lot variations for you to try out which one best suits you.. I use milk and honey.. Rubbing garlic on them every day. That`s how i did it.. Sulfur pills like MSM, topical sulfur masks, and drinking at least 5 liters of water/day.. ...


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I need suggestions for natural cures for acne.

A: acne can be very troublesome and embarrassing though it is a fairly common skin condition. It is caused by changes in skin structures by the stimulation of androgenic hormones. acne occurs as a result of multiple factors. It could be genetic, on account of hormonal changes (during a menstrual cycle or puberty), on account of sebaceous glands that are hyperactive, dead skin cells blocking pores, or exposure to certain kinds of chemicals or medications. acne mostly affects the face and upper...


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what is a cure for acne

A: natural cures for acne Here are some of the best home remedies for acne: Aloe Vera is a medicinal herb that is used for all skin problems. Application of aloe vera gel is the most effective solution for acne.Boil few tea bags in a bowl of water. Add dried basil leave sot the boiled mixture and form a paste. Apply the prepared paste on the affected area to get rid of acne.You can even try rubbing orange peel on the skin or grind the peel into a powdered form and apply the paste on the acne. ...
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Do you have any proven natural home cures for acne?

A: Tea Tree Oil, an Essential Oil that can be found in any pharmacy, if you can find a more pure "dropper-bottle" with only Vitamin E or Aloe added, all the better as it can be used in so many other applications, and all you need is 1 or 2 drops for your whole face, or where ever you need to apply it. I have been using this for years, as I have had an oily skin problem since 13 yrs old, and it is the only "Home Remedy" that has worked for me, and I''ve tried all the ones mentioned above and more, including prescriptions. As a start check out the link below: viniger...trust me...it works!!! yes toothpaste definitely works...


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How to cure severe acne in a natural way without having to take medications?

A: It''s not going to happen. You can wash your face like crazy, not wear any make-up, eat non-greasy foods... everything anyone else says you have to do. Those are all good things but THEY WILL NOT CURE YOUR acne. In fact, acne is incurable. But it can be managed with medication. If you''re a kid, tell your parents they must take you to a dermatologist or your face will be scarred. Insist that they help you. This is your face! If you''re an adult wondering if you can take care of your kid''s acne without having to take them to a dermatologist, don''t put it off. You can''t fix this problem...


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What is a good cure for acne that does not need meds?

A: I struggled with acne for years and I finally found the solution that works for me. We have been fooled, tricked, deceived, and just plain lied to. It''s time that someone put a stop to it, and everyone learn the truth! Those of us who suffer from acne have usually been given 2 choices and neither of them work: 1. Over the counter remedies such as cleansers, creams, ointments, etc. These things have been proven over and over again not to work. Why? It does not address the root cause of the problem. 2. Go see a doctor and or dermatologist. They will generally prescribe prescription drugs which include topicals and or antibiotics. This, too,...


 
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