Acne and pimples formation results form reactions taking place in the sebaceous glands. These glands, located under the skin, produce sebum.
The research indicate that If sebum are produced in excess, it will start obstructing the shaft where the sebaceous glands release it, and this makes the skin oily and prone to acne. This obstruction provides an environment where bacteria proliferate, which generates skin inflammation or appearance of black spots.
Acne is caused by clogged pores and bacteria, and it’s often challenging to manage. However, herbal remedies were used to clear up acne and other skin conditions well before modern treatments existed.
Despite the lack of research on many herbal solutions, anecdotal evidence is plentiful. Medicinal plants have a long history of use and have been shown to possess low side effects. These plants are a reliable source for preparation of new drugs. These natural plants that can be use to cure pimples includes:
Fresh tomatoes juice not only provides relief from pimples but also lightens skin and evens out the patchy skin looks. The research indicate that when tomatoes juice is applied in pimples affected areas, it helps in curing and suppressing the swelling.
Aloe vera is a natural plant which contains anti-inflammatory that stimulates the body’s immune system and accelerates the wound-healing process. Aloe vera has been shown to work alongside traditional acne medications. One study Trusted Source reported that a combination of tretinoin cream, a common acne medication, and aloe vera cream effectively reduced acne lesions in people with mild to moderate pimples.
Lemon are natural fruits which contains Vitamin C, that support wound-healing. The research also indicate that lemon juice is very effective to fight against bacteria that causes pimples.
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