If you have ever thought of trying some Acne Herbal Remedies, then this is the place to be, because we take a good look at what Mother Nature can supply for healthy healing answers to acne.
Acne..... a single dreaded word used for a number of skin problems, creating fear in many teenagers because it encompasses things such as blackheads, whiteheads and probably the worst of all... skin cysts (because they are unsightly and very painful boils that develop under the skin). ARGH!!!
Acne herbal remedies are alternative solutions but should always be considered in conjunction with any medication prescribed by your Doctor, and any advice given to you by your mom.
So, what we do here is to take a simple look at the herbs that can be used in different ways, that can help to clear up your skin and even keep it acne free.
Some of these herbs are known as depuratives, which means they cleanse the system by purifying the blood..
Try making a herbal infusion which can be taken internally in the form of some very interesting and tasty tea,s and what you don,t drink you can use as a face wash.
Now this is one of our interesting acne herbal remedies because a lavender herbal infusion is believed to stimulate urine production and at the same time improve blood circulation, both of which help in purifying the body and help in the fight against a dreaded outbreak of acne.
Two for the price of one in this acne herbal remedy!!
This herb is just another one of nature's many miracles.
When stress kicks in, which it always does at some stage in our lives, and sometimes especially in our teenage years..... the immune system is weakened and out POP THE SPOTS!
Borage is a depurative and is known as an excellent cleanser.
"the art of healing comes from Nature and not from the Physician - therefore the Physician must start with nature with an open mind".
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Site Map 2 : Home Remedies L through to Z .
Site Map 3 : Herbal guide.
The greatest wealth is health. ~Virgil
The information on this site does not constitute medical advice. Always consult with your Health Professional.