How To Get Rid of Cystic Acne – 3 Home Remedies

How to get rid of cystic acne overnight 3
Home Remedies: Cystic acne is the most serious form of acne
due to its development from cysts deep below the skin’s pores. It can happen on the face, chest, back shoulders
and upper arms, and is caused by many things including hormonal changes, greasy cosmetics,
humidity, swelling, and chemicals. It is painful, can cause long-lasting scars
both physically and emotionally, and is most prevalent among teens and young adults. While cystic acne affects a smaller percentage
of individuals, acne alone has cost Americans an excess of $1.2 billion in both treatment
and lost productivity, with more than 5.1 million people have sought medical treatment
for acne in 2013 Ice:
Ice has several purposes in treating cystic acne. Due to the inflammation caused by the painful
cysts, ice serves as an immediate inflammation reducer. Just apply the ice cube directly for several
seconds, and the blood vessels that are feeding the breakout will decrease in size. While there are no studies to back up the
claims, in theory, if the blood that is directed to the cysts begins to shrink, eventually
killing the sores? Another use for ice is reducing the redness
and puffiness, thereby lessening the physical appearance of the acne. Simply clean your skin, then wrap the ice
in a towel or bag and apply for one minute. You can do this as part of your morning and
evening cleaning routine to keep things simple. If you feel like you need to do this treatment
more often, you can. Just make sure to leave time in between treatments. Apple Cider Vinegar:
Apple cider vinegar has been getting a lot of good press these days. ACV is made from fermented apple juice, where
the added yeast turns the fruit sugar into alcohol, and the bacteria turns the alcohol
into acetic acid. It is this acidic acid that gives ACV its
astringent properties that is the most beneficial for acne-laden skin because it helps to restore
the pH balance in the skin and pores, reducing the excess oiliness that clogs the pores in
the first place. ACV has also been found to kill harmful bacteria. And while more studies need to be made on
cystic acne itself, the properties within ACV show promise and have even had testimonials
to back up claims. Keep in mind, however, that the acidic properties
in ACV could irritate the skin, so it is best to try a small patch to see how your skin
will react, and make sure to rinse skin thoroughly 15 minutes after application. Tea Tree oil:
Tea tree oil has anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties. it helps reduce inflammation and get rid of
microorganisms that come in the form of bad bacteria and fungus. This makes it a great home remedy for cystic
acne because both of these things are present in copious amounts. In fact, tea tree oil is an active ingredient
in many natural acne-fighting products found on the market. Tea tree oil to be among many of the plants
that can be used for the treatment of acne. One way to use it is to put 1-2 drops of the
oil on a cotton swab and pat on the hurt area. Leave it on for a few hours or overnight,
and then rinse off with warm water. Try this once a day for a week. As with any treatment, it is best to test
it on a small patch of skin to see how it will react.

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