The natural acne treatment

December 31, 2011 by  
Filed under Health

Do you have acne scars and marks? These at times can be a cause for extreme embarrassment, targeted jokes and then eventfully lack of confidence. Presently, there are many advertisements in the market now a day’s suggesting to the complete freedom from the acne marks on your skin but are they reliable? According to the research done in various health (skin) institutions, the best acne treatment is to treat it naturally!

Very simply put, a natural acne treatment is any remedy that is done to prevent any growth of acne and wipe off the marks you already have- but – naturally. Which means any use of chemicals and scientific methods is minimized.

The use of natural products ensures that the beauty of your skin is retained naturally and maximizes the chances of improvements without any side effects.

If you are one of the persons who prefer homemade medicines and want to be in charge of your skin care and its products, the natural treatments are the best for you. Some examples of do-it-yourself treatments will include making a paste of vinegar and salt and apply on your face. Wash after 20-30 minutes. Another good option is to make a paste of radish ground seeds mixed with water – this will remove your black heads. Rubbing juice of fresh mint every night on your face will help prevent major acne.

For cure of acne, mix Neem leaves along with turmeric powder. Apply it on your face, especially the affected area. Wash with Luke warm water. Another good treatment is to make a paste of sandalwood mixed with rose water. Apply on dry face.

The most effective ways to treat acne is by using the natural methods. They are very simple in application and yet the best acne treatment.We all know that the best way for home made acne treatment of Acne scar marks can be done with only natural acne treatment.

John Mayer has been contributing to leading Health and Beauty magazine for the past 10 years. He’s also an accreditedresearcher on the subject for leading research institutes in the US. He wants to recommend best acne treatment for beauty purpose which works very well in all age group.


Laser Treatment – Burning Acne Away Without Harming You?

June 23, 2009 by  
Filed under Acne Information

The fight against Acne is one that has been going on since the time of the Ancient Romans, and is one that is set to continue for a while yet. Acne is not a syndrome that takes the punishment lying down, and as a result the keenest minds in dermatology have as yet delivered only short-term fixes and imperfect solutions. One way that is being looked at as a potential preventative against acne formation is laser technology. Currently used in the removal and reduction of acne scarring, it has been earmarked by scientists as a potential weapon in the “war on acne”

The idea behind this laser therapy is that the laser will burn away the follicle sac in which hair grows along with the sebaceous gland where the oil is produced, as a result causing oxygen to form in the bacteria, killing them at a stroke. There are concerns, which may be obvious to those who understand how lasers work. The danger is that heat damage to the skin may cause long-term dryness and spots. The United States Food and Drug Adminstration has approved the small-scale use of lasers for the treatment of acne, and results have so far been mixed.

Among other problems, it has emerged that some of the laser devices were affected by coolant failure, causing patients to suffer painful burning injuries. The treatment is quite expensive due to its small-scale operation and as yet the technology has not been perfected. It is not being ruled out for potential future use, but laser treatment is, for now, not a solution that is broadly available.

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