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Everyone's experienced last-minute acne breakouts at one time or another, but what happens when you don't have any acne cream at hand? Here are a few alternatives you might want to test out to zap those pesky spots away: HONEY
Thanks to its strong antibacterial and antimicrobial properties,
honey has been used medicinally for thousands of years, dating all the
way back to 2500 BC. This makes it great for killing off infectious
bacteria in and around zits.
Just dab a pea-sized amount of raw, unprocessed, and unheated honey, and leave it on for 15 minutes. Repeat for a few days.
The aspirin that you ingest also works great as a topical treatment.
Known scientifically as acetylsalicylic acid, its chemical makeup is
similar to another popular pimple zapper: Salicylic acid. Topical
aspirin helps in reducing swelling and redness caused by large pimples
Take one uncoated aspirin and mash it with a couple of
drops of water into a thin, viscous paste. Apply the mixture to problem
areas for five to 10 minutes, then rinse with lukewarm water.
TEA TREE OIL
Known for its incredible antibacterial properties, this powerful oil
extracted from the tea tree in great for tackling inflammation and
The oil on its own is quite potent, so be sure to
dilute pure tea tree oil with Witch Hazel (mix 10% oil with 90% toner).
Apply on pimples with a cotton swab nightly.