Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Acne During Pregnancy-How to Cure Acne during Pregnancy

Hormones act on your complexion fast during pregnancy. A clear skin could become ugly with  pimples, blackheads, etc. all over the face. On the other hand, a face with blackheads, pimples, etc prior to pregnancy, might become clean and beautiful. If  pimples, blackheads,  etc. appear, do not pick, scratch squeeze, or pop them.  
We give below a few handy tips to improve the situation. However condition persists, talk to your doctor.  

 Acne Prevention

- Wash your face twice daily with a mild detergent.
Exfoliate scrub but not the skin.
- Exercise to reduce stress, improves blood circulation and lack of oxygen penetration into the skin
- Do not squeeze, pop, scratch or pick at your pimples as it can spread the infection.
- Drink plenty of water daily to help to detoxify the body from within.
- Eat plenty of fruits and vegetables and keep  drinking plenty of water that help a healthy skin. Avoid sugar and refined carbohydrates
- Avoid oil-based cosmetics and detergent cosmetic brushes in warm soapy water.
- Put your skin to sunlight, heat or cold.
- Avoid wearing tight clothing which can trap the sweat against the skin.

Acne Remedies

Apply lavender or tea tree oil to the affected area of acne. These essential oils are natural antibiotics and help destroy a broad spectrum of microorganisms and reduce the redness, burning and itching. Try a pair of faces mixed with boiling water with a few drops of tea tree oil. .
Cut a fresh clove of garlic in half and put it on the affected areas.
Place a teaspoon of lemon juice and cinnamon on pimples.
 Apply the vinegar rinse to the face with a cotton swab and leave on for ten minutes, then wash with cold water.
Lemon or lemon juice is a  good natural fruit peel. Squeeze lemon or citrus fruit in a bowl and enjoy a cotton ball in the juice. Apply lemon juice on your face and leave for 10 minutes before rinsing with cold water.
 Beat one egg white and apply on face for 15 minutes, then rinse with cold water. Egg white with a large number of proteins and fatty acids fill the skin and tightens the pores.
 If you break a spot on your face, rub an ice cube over the affected area to heal.

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