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4 Home Remedies For Cystic Acne

Are you suffering from cystic acne but don’t have the necessary money to visit a dermatologist? Don’t lose heart, because it can be easily treated with just a couple of cheap home remedies. In this article I will discuss four such home remedies.

Cystic acne is widely considered as one of the more dangerous forms of acne; more dangerous than a simple pimple, that is, but like all the other types of acne, cystic acne too is caused by an excessive oil production by your sebaceous gland, clogging of your skin pores with dirt and dead skin cells, as well as hormonal changes.

You may be one of those people who think that it is not a big deal, that you have got the necessary stamina to suffer through cystic acne and that it would go away after a while, just like everything else. However, when you do indeed get rid of cystic acne at all, it leaves behind a huge scar, which disfigures your face; removing that scar would cost you more money than it would to get the acne itself treated. So, I would suggest that you take the necessary steps to cure the cystic acne when you still can!

As promised, below is the list of top four home remedies for cystic acne that you can find in your very own kitchen. Can anything get better than that?

The Hot Water Treatment: If you don’t have the luxury of owning a sauna, there is nothing to worry. Simply heat up a bowl of water, soak a towel into it for some time and then put the wet towel on the affected area of your skin. Hot water not only helps to cleanse the cystic acne, it also unclogs your skin pores so as to clean up all the dirt, dead cells and other mess piled up there. Once your skin pores are unclogged, your chances of suffering a second attack of cystic acne are virtually slim. Just be sure to follow this procedure at least once everyday.

Toothpaste: You use one daily to brush your teeth but did you know that you can use that same toothpaste for other purposes too? As long as you use regular toothpaste and not gel toothpaste, you can rub it gently on the cystic acne affected area of your skin and leave it like that for an entire night. Remember that toothpastes can help reduce the inflammation of skin caused by the cystic acne.

Tree tea Oil: Whether or not you live in down under, it is not hard to get your hands on tree tea oil extracts from your local convenience stores. Tree tea oil is an all-rounder medicine for everything: be it fungus, virus, or bacteria. In order to use this treatment, you must first wash your face, preferably with hot water, so that your skin is thoroughly clean. Avoid any kind of chemical cleansers at this point. Then gently rub the tree oil on your face.

Clay: Rubbing clay on your face can not only help to cleanse your skin as well as unclog your skin pores from the dirt pileup built up there, it can also reduce the oil production of your skin. The catch is that it must be one hundred percent natural clay. Make a facial mask out of it and enjoy a clean, acne-free face!

To sum it up, it is not as hard to get rid of acne cysts as you think. Simply use the four simple home remedies mentioned above and soon enough, you won’t even remember having a cystic acne breakout! For more information, [adrotate banner="3"]