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Saturday, July 26, 2008

Some information on Pimples

Pimples are the lesions on the skin which is caused mainly due to the blockage of skin pores. Pimples can take place in many places of our body like neck, back, upper arms but mostly take place on the face. Pimples, blackheads and whiteheads are the most common forms of acne. In adolescents pimples generally occur in men and women.

The common symptoms of pimples-
1. Inflammation of the adjoining areas
2. Redness around the extension areas.
3. Eruptions with pus filled.


Common Causes of pimples-
1. Blocking of sebaceous glands while obstructed by pollutants, dirt etc. the sebum blocks the pores resulting into pimples.

2. The bacteria which reside on the skin produce enzymes. This can leads the body to produce more sebum from oil glands. This is also a cause of forming pimples.

3. Environmental factors play a major role in forming pimples also. Over exposure of sun rays, dirt, pollutions etc are responsible for forming pimples.

4. Excess oily, spicy, fatty substances in foods are also responsible for creating pimples and acne.

5. Apart from the above factors there are also some hereditary factors which are also related to causing pimples.


Now the main point is how to prevent pimples? What are the common home remedies for controlling pimples?

1. Pimples can disappear without scars by rubbing garlic on the affected parts several times a day.

2. A surprised therapy is using toothpaste! Yes, it really sounds different but it works very well. Just apply some toothpaste over the pimples and leave them for overnight. The next morning you’ll find that your pimples get reduced to their half of the size.

3. Take the milky part of an unripe papaya and apply to the affected areas. Now see the difference! This not only treats the pimples but also makes face soft and subtle.

4. Ground nut oil mixed with lime juice when applied to the pimples affected skin can help to clear the skin in a way helping to fade off scars if there is any.

5. Grated cucumber applied over the face for fifteen minutes and then washed with water is also helpful for preventing pimples, blackheads and also dryness of skin.

6. Mix a teaspoon of honey with half teaspoon each of camphor lotion and tomato juice. Apply the mixture on pimples and wash them after fifteen minutes with lukewarm water followed by cold water. This process is quite helpful for lighten the spots or marks left by the pimples.

7. Turmeric when mixed with whole wheat flour and applied to the affected areas can help to get rid of pimples.


Sources: http://www.skincarebeautyzone.com/
http://www.home-remedies-for-you.com/

3 Comments:

  • At 1:35 AM, Anonymous beauty said…

    Pimples are the common ailments many people suffering with that. I think the increasing amount of environment pollution is one of the main reasons of pimples. We should not use any creams or makeup unless we know their effects on our skin. Also cleanliness is very necessary in order to control pimples and acne.

     
  • At 2:51 AM, Anonymous palash said…

    I am suffering from pimples for last two years and I have used lots of medicine to cure it.
    But I have not found any result. Now, I am using Aloe. One teaspoonful of Aloe Vera lump daily is very useful. Alternatively, aloe juice or aloe drinks can be taken. Such drinks are easily available in the market or aloe extract may be obtained at home. At present, I am quite better than before.

     
  • At 5:40 AM, Anonymous sonia said…

    Your posting is quite informative, but personally, I have followed a beauty routine for my skin care on daily basis. Apply a mixture of one tsp lime juice and same quantity of rose water on the face and leave it for half an hour. Wash the face with fresh water. I hope your will get positive result after 30 days of application to get rid of pimples. Also every night try to use fresh mint juice over the face for the treatment of pimples. It’s also quite effective for other skin infections.

     

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