4 Natural Ways to Get Rid of Pimples : 

Here are 4 natural remedies that have been proven to get rid of pimples fast.


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1. Spot Treat With Tea Tree Oil :

Tea tree oil is extracted from the leaves of the tree Melaleuca alternifolia , which is native to Australia.

It’s well-known for its ability to fight bacteria and reduce skin inflammation. Specifically, tea tree oil helps fight P. acnes and S. epidermidis , two types of bacteria that can cause pimples.


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It’s important to note that tea tree oil is very potent and can cause redness and irritation when applied directly to the skin. For this reason, it should be diluted with water or a carrier oil.


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How to Use Tea Tree Oil for Acne

1. Combine one part tea tree oil with nine parts water.

2. Dip a cotton swab into the mixture and apply it directly to pimples.

3. Apply moisturizer, if desired.

4. Repeat this process one to two times per day, as needed.


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2. Spot Treat With Other Essential Oils :

A large scientific review found that essential oils of cinnamon, rose, lavender and clove fight acne-causing bacteria, S. epidermidis and P. acnes 

Rosemary and lemongrass were also shown to effectively inhibit P. acnes


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How to Use Essential Oils for Acne

1. Combine one part essential oil with nine parts water.

2. Dip a cotton swab into the mixture and apply it directly to pimples.

3. Apply moisturizer, if desired.

4. Repeat this process one to two times per day, as needed.


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3. Apply Green Tea to the Skin :

A lot of people drink green tea for its health benefits , but it can also be helpful when applied directly to the skin.

Green tea contains flavonoids and tannins, which are known to help fight inflammation and bacteria that may cause pimples 


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How to Use Green Tea for Acne

1. Steep green tea in boiling water for 3–4 minutes.

2. Allow the tea to cool.

3. Apply it to your face with a cotton ball or spritz it on using a spray bottle.

4. Leave it on for 10 minutes or overnight, and then rinse your face with water.

5. Apply 1–2 times per day, as needed. It can be stored in the refrigerator for up to two weeks.


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4. Moisturize With Aloe Vera : 

Aloe vera is a tropical plant with leaves that produce a clear gel.

There are limited studies on the ability of aloe vera to fight pimples specifically, but existing research is promising.


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Aloe vera contains lupeol, salicylic acid, urea nitrogen, cinnamonic acid, phenols and sulfur, all of which inhibit bacteria that might cause pimples


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Although aloe vera gel on its own was not effective at treating pimples, it enhanced the anti-acne effects of clove-basil oil and tretinoin cream.

While there’s a possibility that aloe vera gel could help clear up pimples on its own, it may be more effective when combined with other remedies or medications.


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How to Use Aloe Vera Gel for Acne

1. Scrape the gel out of the aloe leaves with a spoon.

2. Apply gel to the skin at the same time as other acne treatments. You may want to try mixing it with your other treatment, and then apply this to your skin. Or, you can apply the other acne treatment first, with the aloe gel over top.


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