Home remedies to get rid of pimple


home remedies to get rid of primple

Having smooth and polished skin is a dream that all girls and women have. When you are planning to attend a party or make an appointment with your friends, nothing can make you upset like the appearance of an untimely spot or rash on your face. Acne is also unpleasant for men. You are in a right place if looking for some home remedies and treatments to get rid of pimple. What you will read next:


Types of acne or pimples

What causes pimples and acne?

Is acne treatment necessary?

Home remedies for acne (general tips)

Home treatments for acne 

When to see a doctor?


Types of acne or pimples:

Acne can have many types mostly categorized based on their causes:

Comedonal acne:

They are caused because of a complete or partial blockage of skin pores and are seen as whiteheads or blackheads.

Prominent inflamed papules:

Small, red, swollen bumps that are painful and spread around the acne. If become infected, they are usually called a pustular spot, or pimple pus.

Cystic acne (the most severe form of acne):

Cysts are very large and full of inflammation and infection under the skin and are very painful. If left untreated, they can leave ugly scars.


What causes pimples and acne?


Increased testosterone around puberty and hormonal changes during puberty is one of the most important factors involved in production of pimples and acne.

Genetics and heredity:

If one of your parents has acne, you are more likely to experience pimples. The younger the parents get their first acne, the sooner their child will experience acne.

Non-oil free and comedogenic cosmetics:

Some drugs:


which is involved in the development of acne in adulthood.


Is acne treatment necessary?

If you are one of those people who always have a lot of pimples on your face or body or you are a person that your acne leaves ugly scars behind, you must see an experienced doctor for treatment. Today, in addition to the old topical and oral medications (such as oral isotretinoin compounds), there are lots of advanced treatment techniques such as fractional lasers, fractional RF, etc., which will bring you excellent results if you carefully follow the prescribed treatment.


Home remedies for acne general tips:

As mentioned before, the first step in the formation of acne is the blockage of the pores of the skin, so clearing the cosmetics and impurities from the face and the skin is the first and the most important step in home treatment of acne. Here are some other tips you may consider doing at home:

  • Try to use non-soapy cleansers, it means using pens suitable for your skin type. These pens clean your skin completely and prevent dry skin after washing.
  • Be sure to wash your face and body after intense exercise and physical activity that leads to sweating, because sweating increases acne.
  • If you have oily hair, wash it frequently and try to tie the hair behind your head so that it does not come into contact with the skin of your face.
  • Change the cover of your pillow twice a week so that your face does not come in contact with the dirty cover when you sleep.
  • Try to use oil-free cosmetics.
  • If you are receiving medical treatment, you should know that anti-acne medications cause dry skin. So be sure to use a moisturizer that fits your skin.
  • It is best to avoid foods and snacks that cause pimples (any substance that based on your personal experience, makes your acne worse).
  • Avoid manipulating and squeezing your pimples
  • If your forehead is swollen, do not wear a tight headband
  • If you have acne on your body and back, avoid wearing tight clothes with synthetic fibers or using a backpack.
  • Be sure to clean your makeup and wash your face before going to bed.


Home remedies for acne:


  • Anti-acne drugs and OTC
  • Benzoyl peroxide (gel and cream)
  • Salicylic acid
  • Topical retinoids such as adapalene, ketrel, etc.

These products do not require a prescription. However, these drugs may cause dryness, redness and flaking by peeling the surface of your skin, therefore:

    • Avoid overdosing separately
    • First, try to use these drugs only two nights a week and wash them in the morning
    • Be sure to use a good moisturizer throughout the day
    • Discontinue the drug if any abnormal skin reaction occurs
    • Tretinoins compounds are prohibited, even topically, in pregnant women

Non-drug home treatments:

  • Avoid stress.
  • Get used to it, do not touch your face.
  • Be physically active. You do not need to do strenuous exercise, thirty minutes of regular daily walking is enough.
  • Use standard omega 3 supplements. These compounds have good anti-inflammatory effects. They also prevent dry skin.
  • Correct your zinc deficiency by taking zinc supplements that are available in pharmacies.
  • Consume green tea: Green tea contains antioxidants and anti-inflammatory agents. Avoid taking too much of it, especially if you have coagulation problems and are taking aspirin or other anticoagulants.

Use apple cider vinegar to treat acne:

Apple cider vinegar strongly fights viral and bacterial infections and also has many anti-inflammatory properties. Apple cider vinegar contains organic acids that have the ability to kill acne-causing bacteria (acne). Moreover, apple cider vinegar contains lactic acid which can exfoliate the skin and improve acne.

Take a cup of pure and healthy apple cider vinegar plus three tablespoons of chilled boiled water. If you have sensitive skin, add a little more water. First, clean your skin thoroughly. Then soak the cotton in the mixture and gently rub it on your acne. Leave on for about five to twenty seconds and then rinse with a water-soaked pad. You can do this once or twice a day. If apple cider vinegar causes redness and irritation of your skin, you can increase the amount of water.

Consumption of zinc supplement:

Zinc has a great role in improving acne. Studies have shown that people with acne often suffer from zinc deficiency and by correcting this deficiency, the number and severity of their acne has been reduced. A daily intake of thirty to forty-five milligrams of zinc is sufficient.

Use honey and cinnamon mask:

 Honey and cinnamon contain anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial compounds. To make a mask:

  • Mix two tablespoons of honey with one tablespoon of cinnamon to make a paste
  • Wash and dry your skin
  • Then put the prepared paste on your skin and let it stay for ten to fifteen minutes.
  • Then wash and dry the skin
  • You can use this mask two to three times a week

Tea tree extract:

This is extracted from the leaves of a small tree that is native to Australia and has many antibacterial properties. Mix one teaspoon of tea tree extract with nine teaspoons of warm boiled water. Clean, wash and dry your face. Then soak a small cotton ball in the mixture and rub it on the acne and leave it for two or three minutes. You can use this mixture once or twice a day.

Green tea: 

You can rub the brewed green tea after cooling, with a cotton ball on your clean skin or spray the cooled tea on your face.

Aloe vera:

Prepare the leaves of this plant and remove the internal gel with a spoon. Apply the gel directly on your clean skin. You can use this gel like a moisturizing cream. Repeat this once or twice a day. The gel helps moisturize and repair skin damage and is useful for acne prone skin.

exfoliate your skin regularly:

By exfoliating, you clear the dead cells and also open the pores blocked by these dead cells preventing acne from forming. you can make a homemade exfoliating scrub with the following method:

  • Mix an equal amount of sugar or salt with the same amount of coconut oil, for example, two tablespoons of each.
  • Apply this mixture on the skin and then wash your skin thoroughly.
  • You can use this scrub every day, except in cases where you have sensitive skin.

Avoid sweet and fatty products: 

Foods with high glycemic indexes are highly associated with vulgaris acne (severe type of acne).

Limit dairy consumption:

In some people, the consumption of milk and dairy products due to the presence of lactating animal hormones is associated with the appearance of pimples. 


When to see a doctor?

Be sure to see your doctor in the following cases:

  • Severe and inflammatory acne
  • Scarring acne
  • Prolonged acne
  • If you have used OTC anti-acne medications and are allergic
  • Failure to respond to home remedies for acne




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