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Feb 28, 2008

Home Remedy for Acne Redness

If you're looking to heal an inflamed pimple and calm down the redness, then this article should give you all your answers. I've had many situations myself where I would have an event to go to the next day and I'd be stuck worrying how I could lessend the acne redness on my face. Here you'll be getting every home remedy for acne redness I've successfully used. This should give you the confidence to know that these remedies work! Let's begin...

Taking two Advil's is a nice start to calm the acne redness. Advil is an inflammatory and your skin will look less irritated in a matter of about 25 minutes after taking them.

If you don't want to take advice, rinse a washcloth under ice cold water. Apply the cloth to your face for about 5-10 minutes. When you take the wash cloth away, initially you face may appear red or pink from the cold temperature. However, a few minutes after, you'll notice the swelling of the acne has gone down and the pimples look much less irritated.

Dabbing some egg whites on the inflamed pimple works well too. The egg whites will absorb the bacteria and toxins in the skin. Afterwards, wash your face gently with cold water to reveal a more calm skin appearance.

My favorite home remedy for acne redness is taking an herbal tea bag and dipping it in warm water. Take the tea bag out and gently rub it all over your face. This will leave a brownish residue on your face. Leave the tea residue on your skin for about 5 minutes and then gently wash your face with cold water. Tea leaves contain Tannin which is a natural astringent. The tea solution will also absorb much of the bacteria that is causing the redness. When you wash off the tea residue, your face will be less inflamed and the redness will be gone.

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