Will this work??acne.?


i need to get rid of this acne in my forehead ,but the products i be using are doing no good.

i was planing on washing my facade with dove soap
and an oil free moisturiser and this product for the pimples:http://www.kostbutikken.dk/images/Clean-…
maybe i will draw from the 5% one only to prevent too much drying .

but that's my plan so you think ti will work i only enjoy pimples on my forehead and the rest of my skin looks really good, .
Answers:
Hi,

The cause of pimples is bacteria and grease trapped in the skin and tea tree oil kills microbes you can dab a bit of tea tree oil on the infected area. It is a virtuous idea to wash the skin first to remove any oils and dirt that might be blocking the bearing. Studies in Australia have proven that tea tree oil kill bacteria including Propionibacterium which is the main cause of acne.

Oil is obtain from the Melaleuca alternifoliais tree from Australia. It is very effective against Acne as it contains bacteria-fighting substances called Terpenes. The Terpenes any outright kill them or weaken them enough to be destroyed by protective antibodies. There are hugely little side effects from using Tea Tree Oil.

If you have an acne problem, search out products which contain tea tree oil for a undisruptive solution. Although it is used as a topical solution for different types of cleaning and infections, it might be a good idea to find a tested product that will benefit your skin in other ways as very well.

Also, the watery gel from Aloe Vera plant is a highly effective raw cure against Acne. The enzyme-rich gel has very soothing anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties. It can also be taken internally and helps verbs up and detox the digestive tract. This in turn can help clear up the skin.

Gel or juice of Aloe Vera is notably useful in fading of acne scar. You can grow Aloe Vera plant in your home and apply freshly taken pure Aloe Vera gel to your scar. Otherwise many branded cosmetic companies manufacture pure Aloe Vera gel, so you can choose the best cosmetic companies to get Aloe Vera gel.

Vitamin A is also a natural and effective Acne cure. Vitamin A promotes full-bodied skin.

Vitamin E also helps in countering Acne. It is a natural antioxidant and beneficial for the skin.

For more information check out the website http://www.trustwilliam.com/en-GB/Ingred… http://www.trustwilliam.com/Personal-Hyg… . You'll see the ingredients are 99.9% Pure Aloe Vera Gel near 'Vitamins A,C & E' and with 'Tea Tree'.

Hope this helps keep your acne & scar at bay!! Source(s): Tea Tree Skin Care Beauty Zone & Buzzle.com

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okay this will sound totally crazy but use toothpaste and rub it on ur acne, i use this technique my self.
i know, ppl r going to say " toothpaste is for ur teeth, not skin!" but what does toothpaste do for ur teeth? ... CLEANS IT! yes! it cleans it, exactly what u want to do for ur skin, verbs it! so put toothpaste on ur acne. it WILL BURN, but that means its cleaning it.
You never know till you try, but it is a very harsh chemical to be putting on your skin.
I suffered near spots a few years ago and FINALLY found a cure - moisturise!
I now drink more water to keep hydrated and use 'fractionated coconut oil' (I hold also used hemp seed oil with sucess but it more expensive!)
DONT be put stale by thinking its oily!! its such a light oil it will be engrossed into your skin in no time at all and it will be SO soft!! Its so refined it doesnt even smell of coconut!
Now, when I bring the occasional spot I use tee tree oil or lavender oil (make sure they are pure essential oils)

Good luck hun, anything you decide to use I hope it works for you :O)
x


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