Home Remedies for Pimples
Apply honey - Antibacterial, antiseptic and hydrating properties of honey make it an effective choice for pimples, particularly for sensitive skin. You can apply the honey on face for pimple treatment or use it as a face mask. Due to its anti bacterial nature it works to clear up pre existing pimples but will do little to prevent future pimples from popping up
Use aloe vera - Take a piece of aloe vera. Massage on the skin with the aloe vera on the pimple zone. After half an hour wash it off with hot water.
Try an ice cube - The ice reduces inflammation and redness, significantly improving the appearance of the pimple. Simply wrap an ice cub in some paper towel or a clean cloth and press gently against the pimple.
Use tomato - Tomatoes are packed with vitamins A and C, are prime pimple-busting material.Tomato juice is also a natural astringent, which causes the surface of the pimple to contract and shrink. Cut up a fresh tomato and rub the tomato piece directly onto the pimple. Do this twice a day.
Apply fresh lemon juice - Lemon juice contains bleaching agents which can reduce the redness of the pimples. Lemon is rich with vitamin C and contains citric acid which helps to both exfoliate and dry out pimples. A little fresh lemon juice can be applied directly to each pimple before bed and left on overnight. Lemon juice should not be applied to your skin during the day, unless you plan on staying indoors. The lemon juice should only be applied directly on to the pimple, and not on the surrounding skin to avoid chance of the citric acid in lemon burning the skin.