Tired of Going to the Dermatologist? Try These At-Home Acne Solutions


Struggling with acne is fun for no one and if you’ve been grappling with it for some time now, you’ve probably tried everything under the sun to get rid of it. If you haven’t had much success, you might need to expand your search for new solutions that don’t require a trip to the dermatologist’s office.

Here are a few at-home acne solutions you can try right from the comfort of your home:

1. Try Tea Tree Oil

Spot treating your acne with tea tree oil is one home remedy that’s been proven to fight bacteria and reduce inflammation of the skin. Using tea tree oil instead of benzoyl peroxide can cause less irritation and prevent your skin from drying out. To use this treatment effectively, mix one-part tea tree oil with 9 parts water. Then, dip a cotton swab into the mixture and dab it on any acne-affected areas. Then, moisturize your skin. Feel free to repeat the process up to two times per day.

2. Consider a New Regimen

You don’t need a dermatologist for this at-home acne solution. Rodan + Fields’ UNBLEMISH line of products is perfect for those who’d rather skip the dermatologist’s office and get a solution that works for them. The regime includes a cleanser, toner, dual intensive acne treatment, and moisturizer with sunscreen. Or you can choose individual products, such as the line’s clarifying mask or refining acne wash. Now, you can use dermatologist-approved-and-recommended acne products, without the inconvenience of scheduling an appointment with a specialist.

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3. Try an Oatmeal Rub

Sometimes the toughest problems require the simplest solutions and that’s why an oatmeal rub could be just the remedy you’ve been looking for. Oatmeal can help exfoliate your skin and scrape away the dead skin cells. To treat your acne, mix one teaspoon of honey and the juice from half a lemon in a quarter cup of cooled cooked oatmeal. Then, gently rub it into your skin and leave it on for at least 30 minutes. Rinse it off with lukewarm water and repeat once a week for the best results.

4. Take Some Basil

While you probably recognize basil as an ingredient in your favorite Italian dishes, you might not have known that it can also be used to treat conditions such as fever, eczema, rashes, sore throat, and even acne. That’s probably due to its antiviral and antibacterial properties. Basil can help combat the bacteria that cause pimples, and you can use it to treat your acne in a few ways. You can drink basil tea, use holy basil tea as a topical solution, or you can add it to your essential oils, exfoliating scrubs, homemade face masks, or cleaners.

5. Get Some Aloe Vera Gel

Aloe vera gel is great for skin of any kind thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties, but it’s especially great for acne-prone skin. Aloe vera gel can treat acne pretty quickly compared to most other common acne treatments. Get some aloe vera gel from your local supermarket or health food store. Or you can take it a step further and cut open an actual aloe vera leaf and scoop out the gel yourself. Once you’ve got your gel, apply it to the affected areas twice a day for 20 minutes. You can also opt to take aloe vera juice orally because it can decrease the number of acne marks on your face.

Keeping Your Acne Away

These five at-home acne solutions can help you get the clear skin you’ve always wanted. Start experimenting and then monitor your results so you can keep that acne away for good.

This post was last modified on November 12, 2022 2:55 am

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