Say Goodbye to Pimples with Easy-to-Learn Home Remedies

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Say Goodbye to Pimples with Easy-to-Learn Home Remedies

Author: Sandra Stammberger

Pimples have been the all-time problem of adolescent, teenager, and even adults. And though pimples are only temporary, the mere sight of them scattered all over your face is really unpleasant. But do not worry. There are several easy to follow steps, procedures, and ways to get rid of pimples courtesy of the product available at your home.

One of the best and certainly a very effective product to eliminate pimples is garlic. Garlic contains antibiotic properties that are proven safe and effective in treating pimples as well as acne. To use it: get whole garlic, mash it and apply it on the face with extra caution on the area rear the eyes. Let the garlic take effect for 10-15 minutes. Then wash it off with warm cloth.

But if you don’t want the smell of the garlic penetrating your nostril, here are more home remedies to cure pimples:

1. Combine 1 tsp. of cinnamon powder and 1 tsp of lemon juice. Apply it to the affected area.

2. Combine cinnamon powder with honey and form it into paste. Right before sleeping, apply the mixture to your face and wash it the next morning. Do this every night for about 2 weeks and you will no longer worry about pimples.

3. Mixing grind nutmeg with milk will work to remove pimples instantly.

4. Applying an orange peel paste on the area of your face with pimples is another effective way. The orange peel should become a paste by grinding it with little water.

5. For additional protection from the formation of blackheads, combine 1 part fresh lime juice with 1 part groundnut oil. Apply the mixture to your face.

6. Blend raw papaya fruit to create a juice. This includes the seed and the skin. Apply it on swelling pimples.

7. Use boiled milk combined with fresh lime juice as facial wash for cracked skin, blackheads, and pimples.

8. Combine 1 part of rose water to 1 part of lime juice and apply it in the pimples. Leave it for about 20-30 minutes. Wash it off with lukewarm water.

9. Apply on the affected area for at least 1 hour the pulp of ripe tomatoes. Wash it off with water.

10. Potatoes grated and applied on affected area can cure pimples. It is also effective on curing boils, whiteheads, blackheads, and other skin blemishes.

11. A powdered pomgranate skin & roasted paste mixed with lime juice can treat pimples effectively. This mixture could also treat whiteheads, blackheads, and boils.

12. Ground radish seeds formed into paste and mixed with water remove blackheads.

13. Mix lime juice with ground drumstick pods and leaves. Apply it on the pimples.

14. Mint juice when applied on every evening can treat pimples as well. It also effective in treating scabies, insect stings, skin infections, and eczema.

15. Combine ground sesame seeds paste with water. Apply it on the affected area. It is also effective in treating skin rashes and allergies.

16. To prevent pimples, apply on the face mixture of fresh fenugreek leaves and water. Wash it on the next day with warm water.

17. Mix an equal amount of groundnut oil and fresh lime juice. Apply it on the affected area. Wash it off after about 10-15 minutes. It also prevents blackheads.

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20 Responses to “Say Goodbye to Pimples with Easy-to-Learn Home Remedies”

  1. Jin-tae says:

    It has basically fucked up my life heaps, because of it i have missed out on so many opportunities, some days it is even a battle just to wake up and move. Lately i have prayed to god for him to cure me, but he has not and i keep on praying but he still doesn’t, i mean i suffer so much from it, will he ever cure me.

  2. Empty says:

    Whether you believe in a God or not, and I personally don’t, you are probably better in trusting a doctor or skin specialist. They are developing new treatments all the time and there’s no reason why they might not have found a really effective agent to keep the symptoms under control. I feel for you as a good friend of mine is in a similar position. I hope your situation improves very very soon.

  3. Vividbeautiful says:

    Hey Everyone, all help with this would be appreciated!
    So, I have pretty moderate-severe eczema and right now it has flared up a bit. I had been on prednisone for a while, keeping it at bay but i am now done to practically no prednisone, and so my skin has flared up severely! I am very frustrated, as I am a 14 year old girl and I will do anything to get it back to normal!
    I have been showering and moisturizing every day, and just today have gotten a prescription for cortisone and derma smooth, I’m hoping that will help but is there anything else I should be doing to help speed up the process!? It is extra important to me as I leave for a vacation to Florida in 6 days, and really don’t want to deal with this issue down there! So please, any help at all is GREATLY appreciated!
    mia :)

  4. ItsJhon says:

    The best people to get an answer from things like this is a doctor or a person who actually has eczema!

    Hi, i have eczema i got it 2 weeks ago and i have never had it in the 18 years i have been alive for i went to the doctors and they gave me Steroid cream, this makes the redness invisible and makes any bumps go down, the eczema could be with you your whole life but alls you can do is treat it. Ask your doctor for Steroid cream and put it on all day ( when it looks like there is no steroid cream on the eczema apply more ) this is the perfect thing you are looking for.

    Trust me. =]

  5. WK says:

    I have severe eczema, and after an outbreak clears up I am left with very bad discoloration (the area turns very pale and white). Now I have extremely splotchy looking skin. I moisturize every day and I am very healthy. If my legs look this horrible at the age of 14, I am afraid of what they will look like when I am older! What can I do to fix this?

  6. heathalessyl says:

    I have eczema as well, and the only advice I can offer is to get rid of the tan you have now (so the skin colors are level) and then tan them together. This would only help if you were very white/pale in the first place which isn’t very common? (I have a naturally very pale skin color but can tan to extreme amounts.)

    I wish you dear luck, I know it’s tough but hopefully one day there will be something out there for us.

  7. Silber says:

    I have had eczema since I was 14 and I’m 23 now. My hands haven’t flared up in a few years and all of a sudden they start itching and breaking out. My fingers are also swollen. Does anyone know what I can put on it to help heal it or stop it from itching? And I also noticed when I was doing dishes the other day, the water got hot and it felt really good on my hands. Why is that? Thanks for your advise!

  8. curator says:

    Hand dermatitis is common in those adults who had eczema as a child. Cleaning and dishwashing often aggravate the problem. Stress can cause flares in those who have a history of eczema. The hot water feels good, but like so many other things that feel good, it’s bad for eczema. The hot water and soap strip off natural oils that protect your hands. Use gloves in the kitchen and moisturize often. See your doc or the dermatologist if they still don’t improve. You may have a superficial infection.

  9. TracyB says:

    I have been to the doctors a hundred times and we have tried creams such as E45, Aveno, Aqueous Cream, Double base. She has even had hydrocortisone cream but we cannot continue to use that for longer than 3 days as she is so small, as soon as the cream wears off the eczema comes back. I am using Double base cream but it seems to make it worse, the Doctor said to continue using it and he is referring me to the hospital but it has been 2 weeks and still nothing. I am wondering whether it could be the milk and that maybe she is allergic to dairy but I dont want to take her off it if thats not the cause. She has been on Nestle, Aptimal and now she is on Hipp Organic which suits her a lot better but it still hasn;t helped the rash. She is a very good little girl but it is causing her a lot of discomfort and just wish there was something I could do. Has anyone any ideas please?
    Also just to mention i dont use any soap on her at all infact I have had to stop bathing her and just use cotton wool to clean her now.
    thanks for the answers so far!

  10. scottishsweetheartDawn says:

    Hi there my 7 month old son had really bad eczema, had all the creams you have mentioned. I had been to two different doctors with it because his wee face was a mess with it, double base made it really bad. My doctor gave me Unguentum M and Eumovate oitment his skin is gorgeous now, he still has break outs but hes so much more comfortable.

    The Unguentum M you can wash them with it then put it on after. The doctor told me these creams are really expendsive so thats why they didnt give me them beforehand which i think is shocking especially when its babies. You should maybe take a note of these creams and see if the doctor can give you them. Good luck

  11. BobJ says:

    The hydrocortisone cream my doctor prescribed me with isn’t working on the eczema i’ve had around my mouth.

    I have had eczema around my mouth for two months. When i take a shower it seems to get redder and flakier. So i decided to see my doctor. He prescribed me with Hydrocortisone cream and E45 cream. He told me to use hydrocortisone cream twice a day, morning and evening and if after 7-10 days my eczema does not clear up to visit him again. It’s been four days now and I don’t see a difference. Should I either:
    - Stop using hydrocortisone and start using E45 cream.
    - Carry on using hydrocortisone cream until 7-10 days.
    - Use both – but how much hours should i wait till i put the E45 cream after i put the hydrocortisone?

    And, how can i take a shower without my eczema getting worse… I’m 14, this is my first time getting eczema and none of my family have had eczema or ashtma in their life

    - much appreciated.. thanks!
    If your a doctor, nurse, dermatologist or had any personal experience of eczema please say!

    he told me to use the e45 cream after it’s healed.. i read the back of e45 cream and it said its recommended for eczema or dry/chapped flakey skin.
    It’s so red, that i cant tell whether im allergic to hydrocortisone either.. Either im allergic to hydrocortisone too or it’s just not doing anything. (I got the allergy from dove cream – it was pink, then i used aqueous cream and it turned red… I found out that the onlysimilarity between the two creams was “Phenoxyethanol” and hydrocortisone cream doesnt have it)


  12. researcher says:

    You really are not supposed to use Hydorcortisone cream on your face. It can cause a rash and make an existing rash worse. It thins your skin and may cause enlarged blood vessels as well. (See: )
    If it is a 1% hydrocortisone cream, you may be okay with that because it is pretty mild, but if it is a 4%, then don’t put it on your face. Your doctor should know this. The E45 cream would be fine to use.

    Something else you could try…get a new hypoallergenic pillow and a freshly washed pillow case. (washed with a dye/ perfume free detergent.) You could be just getting a reaction from the pillow or the laundry detergent. OR, if you got new make up, you could be having a reaction to that.

    The pillow is what happened to me. I went to the doctor for months before I tried a new pillow and it went away in about 3 days after I got a new pillow and new detergent. (my old pillow wasn’t old and nasty, it was a fairly new down pillow). I have not had a flare up since I got that new hypoallergenic pillow. It has been 3 years now.

    Best Wishes.

    EDIT…sorry about the make up option, I just realized that you were male. oops.

  13. Ally says:

    ok there s only a few days till Christmas and i want my face to be clear . i have eczema on my neck and everybody thinks it is a hickey but i do not. and i have eczema on my checks and on my eye lids is there any cream i could use to make to go away over night anything but not pills. i am 14 years old and i do not wear makeup

  14. MaxP. says:

    Hi, you can try one of the natural treatments for eczema from the Internet – some of them do work. For my eczema I use herbal cream by Champori quite successfully. It takes just a couple of weeks to clear the spots and they stay clear for months on end.
    Try it: champori comes with money back guarantee so if it doesn’t work for you – it’s free.

  15. lysh says:

    i’ve had eczema since i was 14. i’ve had it around my mouth, my arms, my wrists, my legs, my hands, my breasts, everywhere!! for the last 2 years i’ve only had it on my hands. i moved into a condo about 2 weeks ago, and 5 days ago i started noticing dry patches on my face. i’ve had eczema on my face before, but never like this! its everywhere! dry, red, itchy, and burning! around my mouth, my forehead, my lower cheaks, my nose, everywhere! i cant get into my dermatologist right away, is there anything thats safe to use on my face that i can get at a drug store asap?? i dont want anything that will clog my pores (i break out easily) but i cant stand this! help me!

  16. EYow says:

    Cetaphil cleanser (the regular stuff, not the formula for oily skin) is going to be your best bet. It’s gentle, and recommended by dermatologists for people with sensitive skin (I have rosacea), as well as for babies – it’s THAT gentle.

  17. Squeesh says:

    Im 14 and have pretty bad eczema on my face, and it prevents me going out and doing school, I’ve missed SO many days because of it and now Im super close to failing my school.

    I went to the doctor and he told me that I should try aveeno but it made it worse, so i went back and he said he is going to give me steroid cream and told me the side effects.

    I would just like to know more about what will happen
    will it discolor my skin where the eczema is? its mostly on my upper lip and cheek which looks quite gross, so if I put the cream there will it make it a weird color?
    and whats so bad about thin skin

    more info would be awesome

  18. Glenn_11 says:

    I too was prescribed a steroid cream for eczema but I didn’t want the side effects so I only used it for a short period of time. I’ve tried many different lotions and creams over the years but none really seemed to be effective until I discovered Curel Itch Defense. This lotion has received the National Eczema Association Seal of Acceptance. It is fragrance free and contains no steroids.

    Product info here:

    You can find Curel Itch Defense at your local Walmart or drug store.

  19. Matt says:

    Hello I am 14 and have had eye eczema for 2 or 3 years first it started with red flaky skin. I have been to 2 specialists and my regular eye doctor I’ve used about 3 or 4 creams;cortaid, tobradex- a fifty dollar cream about half the size of my pinky and another 40 dollar cream which I was recently using but ran out of and am waiting to get more but even this did not completely fix it. The flaky skin has gone away but my eye is slightly red and swollen and looks like I haven’t slept for a few days. Within the last months eye ball has begun to turn red! I will do just about anything to fix this it is very embarrassing! If anyone has had this and gotten rid of it please tell me how you did it. Ohh and I also am legally blind in both eyes and have pre glocoma so my eyes are pretty screwed up

    Thanks alot

  20. Ifyouarehappyandyouknowit says:

    Anything to do with the eye, must be done with the help of doctors.
    No self treatment without doctors approval.

    I’ll suggest two things that you can talk with your parents about and have them research and consult the doctor about:
    Suggestion #1. Ask your parents and doctor to review Salcura Dermaspray for the eczema as a possible treatment. It’s all natural ingredients, over the counter, super effective and dermatologist in Britain are buzzing about it. For our son, it has been a miraculous treatment for his eczema. But he did not have it on his eye. We use the Salcura Dermaspray Gentle for babies and it cleared up our son’s skin very rapidly.

    Suggestion #2. I don’t know if this will help but ask the doctor to review whether medical grade colloidal silver would be a treatment. DO NOT make your own colloidal silver and use it without doctor’s supervision. A buildup of silver in the body will turn your skin permanently blue. However, some eye problems can be healed with this stuff if used for a short amount of time. The medical grade silver solution is very expensive but you won’t need much.

    I am not a doctor. You must consult a doctor for help with this matter.