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Household Items That Heals Red Acne Marks
The simplest way to get rid of acne is prevention but sometimes it is out of our control if a zit appear out of nowhere. The most distracting and painful ones are cysts. The redness also emphasize the attention on the blemish. Unfortunately, you can't get rid of it within a few hours or even overnight. What you can do is diminish the appearance of inflammation and redness. The good news is it won't cost you a fortune to do this. Simple household items found in your home will do! Scroll down to find out what household items can heal your red acne marks!

Ice

Get your cold packs out from the freezer and gently lay it on the affected area. This method will soothe any acne pain and reduce redness. If done on fresh acne the redness may disappear within several hours. You need to consistently reapply ice for effectiveness.

Eye Drops

Vision can reduce blood flow which in turns reduce redness. Apply this topically on red spots to get rid of any unwanted redness.

Aspirin

This pill contains anti-inflammatory agent that can help fight acne and reduce redness. A few drops of water and crush the aspirin to form a paste (you can also add honey to the mix). Apply it topically on affected area. Wash off after 5-10 mins or leave it overnight as a spot treatment.

Spot Treatment

Acne medication that contains ingredients such as tea tree, witch hazel, salicylic acid can help with acne. In addition, look for spot treatments that contain vasoconstrictor to reduce redness.

Concealer

When you have no time to spare for the above remedies go with your trusted concealer. Some concealer have ingredients that help acne (just make sure it's hypoallergenic, so it won't clog your pores). Use a brush or makeup sponge to cover and conceal.
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Definitely trying the first three methods.
2 years ago·Reply
the eyedrops really work great for my skin type
2 years ago·Reply
I've tried clean & clear spot treatment before and it didn't work.
2 years ago·Reply
Aspirin really?!?! I hate actually using aspirin (I'm more of an Alleve girl), but now I know what to do with the aspirin I do have at home.
2 years ago·Reply
Eyedrops! Fascinating. Never would have thought to try that!
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