Why Acne Isn’t Just a Teenage Issue

 

Acne isn’t just a teenage issue. Although it may seem like a rite of passage to suffer through pimples and oily skin during your teenage years, acne can carry over into adulthood, too. Not only does acne make you feel self-conscious about your appearance, but it can also cause psychological issues like depression and anxiety. Fortunately, herbal remedies are both effective and safe for adults who have acne, so you can get clearer skin naturally! Natural treatments might be even better than chemical medications because they’re free of harsh chemicals that irritate sensitive skin and make acne worse.

The Facts About Hormonal Acne

Numerous factors can trigger acne breakouts, but one of them is hormonal changes, especially in women. If you find that your skin has been acting up and you’re over 40, chances are it may have something to do with hormones. Although most people associate acne only with teenagers due to puberty-related spikes in hormones, it’s more common for adults than many people realize—especially since other conditions like PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome) can also trigger hormonal imbalances. Unfortunately, doctors don’t often talk about hormonal acne in adult women when they see their patients because there isn’t much they can do about it unless they catch the problem early on or if a woman is at risk for PCOS.

Treating Hormonal Acne Naturally

Hormonal acne affects millions of people every year, regardless of age. And while it’s true that most cases of hormonal acne subside with age, there are safe and effective ways to manage these breakouts while you’re still young. If you’re looking for an herbal acne remedy, one of the best options is herbs that contain salicylic acid. While aspirin contains salicylic acid, supplements like white willow bark extract contain higher concentrations of salicylic acid and are just as effective as many conventional treatments for mild-to-moderate cases of acne.

The Benefits of Using Natural Remedies

While over-the-counter acne treatments such as benzoyl peroxide and salicylic acid are effective at fighting blemishes, they aren’t kind to your skin in general. These ingredients can cause burning, redness, dryness, and other side effects that will detract from your overall confidence. When it comes to your complexion, it’s worth going natural. Herbal remedies work without aggravating your skin or leaving you looking patchy and uneven. When used regularly (but not excessively), natural acne solutions can help improve skin tone and texture by getting rid of inflammation caused by blemishes.

Coffee Soap Recipe

According to The Herbal Medicine-Maker’s Handbook by James Green, coffee is known for its ability to improve blood circulation and heal wounds. Try combining coffee grounds with any all-natural soap (such as coconut oil) and you’ll have an acne remedy that doesn’t require that you rub harsh chemicals into your skin. Plus, it smells fantastic! Here’s what you do

Lemon Juice, Honey, and Aloe Vera Face Mask

Because of its antibacterial properties, honey can kill many of the germs that cause acne breakouts. It is also anti-inflammatory, which reduces redness and inflammation in pimples. On top of these benefits, honey helps moisturize your skin by preventing it from getting too dry or oily. If you have dry skin, try mixing up an all-natural face mask with lemon juice, aloe vera gel, and a little bit of honey. When you’re finished apply to clean skin for about 15 minutes before rinsing with warm water. This recipe is especially great for anyone struggling with eczema or rosacea as well.

Lavender Essential Oil Mask

Lavender essential oil is one of nature’s best natural remedies for acne. It has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties that help to reduce pore blockages and calm breakouts. If you’re looking for a natural remedy to keep pimples at bay, try dabbing some lavender essential oil on your skin after cleansing—massaging it into your skin will aid absorption and ensure top-notch results. Or, mix two tablespoons of dried lavender flowers with just enough hot water to moisten, strain it through cheesecloth, then add enough olive oil to create a paste; smooth it onto your face for about 20 minutes before rinsing off with warm water. Lavender also helps prevent scarring and can even be used on scars already in place!

Apple Cider Vinegar Hair Rinse

This vinegar rinse is simple to make and great for clarifying your hair. It can also help control dandruff, as well as treat scalp infections like psoriasis and seborrheic dermatitis. Simply add one cup of water to half a cup of apple cider vinegar and mix until it forms an emulsion. Then pour it over your head after you’ve shampooed, concentrating on areas where pimples tend to form (like your forehead). Rinse with cold water when you’re done, leaving your hair squeaky clean and free of dandruff-causing bacteria.

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