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15 Home Remedies for Blemishes

Blemishes can diminish the confidence of anyone who has them. Pimples and zits can make you want to stay home instead of enjoying social events and meeting new people. This can lower your self-esteem and make you miss out on a lot of fun opportunities. Oftentimes, store-bought products do more harm than good. They can make your skin flaky, dry and red. These options are usually harsher on the body than natural alternatives are. In this article, we will offer you some home remedies for blemishes. These home remedies will also come with information on how to complete each one.

If the cause of your blemishes is related to acne, you may want to look into our home remedies for acne as well!

1. Cocoa Butter

Cocoa butter is one of the most antioxidant-rich substances you can put on your skin. This butter offers you plenty of age-defying benefits while helping to fade the blemish on your skin.

Not only this, but it can moisturize the skin and hydrate it–the opposite of what a lot of over the counter blemish products do. You can find cocoa butter in almost any pharmacy and in health food stores alike.

Necessary Items

  • Pure cocoa butter

Instructions

  1. Apply cocoa butter to the blemish.
  2. Massage the affected area.
  3. Keep the cocoa butter on overnight.
  4. Rinse any remaining residue off in the morning.
  5. Repeat this process every day until the blemish has faded completely from your skin.

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2. Egg White

Egg white is one of those virtually free home remedies for blemishes. Most people already have eggs in their home, so you shouldn’t have to buy anything. Egg whites are full of natural enzymes which are good for the skin. Not only can they lighten blemishes and scars; they can also help tone the skin to give you a more youthful look.

Home Remedies for Blemishes Egg Whites
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Necessary Items

  • One egg
  • Moisturizer

Ingredients

  1. Extract the yolk from one egg and set it aside.
  2. Wash your face with a gentle soap.
  3. Apply the egg white to your blemishes uses clean fingers.
  4. Allow it to dry for around 10 minutes.
  5. Rinse off the egg white slowly with warm water.
  6. Pat the skin dry and put on a moisturizer of your choice.

3. Aloe Vera Gel 

Aloe vera is one of the most soothing natural compounds. It is often used on skin that has been sunburnt due to its cooling abilities. It also helps reduce inflammation of the skin and helps it heal. This makes it perfect for healing blemishes. Aloe vera is full of polysaccharides and antioxidants which are responsible for most of the benefits to your skin.

Necessary Items

  • One aloe vera leaf

Ingredients 

  1. Break or cut open a fresh aloe vera leaf.
  2. Extract the gel that is found inside of the leaf.
  3. With clean hands, apply it to the blemish.
  4. Massage it in for a few minutes.
  5. Let it sit for around 15 minutes.
  6. Rinse off the aloe.
  7. You can also leave it on overnight if the stickiness won’t bother you. 

3. Baking Soda

Baking soda is one of the most alkaline substances around. It is gentle on the skin for exfoliation that won’t be too abrasive.

It is also able to neutralize any of the acids on the skin, helping to restore a healthy pH balance. This is crucial for skin with acne since this is one of the driving factors of it. Baking soda can help fade away blemishes and prevent them from happening again.

Necessary Items

  • Baking soda
  • Olive oil

Instructions 

  1. Mix in a few drops of olive oil into baking soda in order to make a paste.
  2. Apply this paste to the blemish using a cotton swab.
  3. Slowly rinse off the paste after five to 10 minutes.

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4. Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar, though it is of course acidic, is able to balance the skin’s pH levels as well. This can help clear up acne and blemishes. It also works as a natural astringent. Because of this, you can dry up the oils on your face without using harmful acne products. This will also work to kill the microbes that infect pores.

 Necessary Items  

  • Apple cider vinegar
  • Water
  • Spray bottle

Ingredients

  1. Mix in one part apple cider vinegar to eight parts water.
  2. Dump it into a spray bottle.
  3. Once a day, preferably in the morning, spritz the blemished area.
  4. Allow it to dry naturally.
  5. Do not wash it off afterward.
  6. Repeat this until the blemishes go away. 

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6. Calamine Lotion

Calamine lotion is a very soothing compound. It is made up of zinc that is able to absorb excess oils while also helping to soothe the skin. Because of this, it can get rid of your acne and leave you feeling smoother and less oily. Zinc is often found in store-bought acne products; this way, you can get access to the helpful zinc without acidic washes.

You can find calamine lotion in department stores as well as in pharmacies.

Ingredients

  • Necessary Items
  • Calamine lotion
  • Cotton swab

Instructions

  1. With a cotton swab, dab on a small amount of calamine lotion to the blemish.
  2. Massage it into the skin and leave it there.
  3. Reapply the calamine lotion every few hours for the best effect.

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7. Potato Juice

Potato juice is full of enzymes that are healthy for the skin. They also can work as a mild bleaching agent. This bleaching ability can help with the visibility of acne scars and blemishes in general. You can find potatoes at any grocery store for an inexpensive price. It is likely you even have potatoes in your home already; if that is the case, this remedy is virtually free.

Home Remedies for Blemishes Potato Juice
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Necessary Items

  • Potato

Ingredients 

  1. Grate a potato to expose its insides.
  2. Squeeze the potato firmly in order to get the juice out. You can cut the potato into smaller chunks to make this part easier.
  3. With clean hands, apply this juice onto the blemish to lighten it.
  4. Leave it on for 10 minutes before rinsing it clean.

8. Honey

Honey is a natural source of several different healing compounds designed to help your skin. It is both an emollient and humectant along with being an antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial compound.

For this reason, it can get rid of free radicals on the skin. This will help reduce the appearance of scars while also making the skin look fresher and younger.

Necessary Items

  • Raw honey

Ingredients 

  1. Clean off the skin using mild soap and water.
  2. Using clean hands, apply a generous layer of honey to the blemish.
  3. Let it sit for around 15 minutes.
  4. With warm water, rinse off the honey.
  5. Repeat these steps until the blemishes fade completely. 

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9. Lemon Juice

Lemon juice comes from citrus, which is a natural source of vitamin C. Vitamin C is a potent antioxidant. This can help get rid of the free radicals on the skin that are irritating the blemish. Not only this, but lemon juice has long been used to bleach hair and scars. This can help it lighten your blemishes naturally.

You can find lemons in any grocery store. It is recommended that you squeeze your own lemon, but you can also buy premade lemon juice in a bottle. 

Necessary Items

  • One lemon

Ingredients 

  1. Squeeze the juice from a lemon into a bowl.
  2. Using clean hands, apply lemon juice to your blemish with your fingers.
  3. Let it sit for around 10 minutes.
  4. Rinse it off afterward with cool water.

10. Neem

Neem leaves or oil is able to absorb excess oil on the skin. This is great for getting rid of oils that clog your pores. By doing so, you can help stop any sort of additional acne and blemishes from popping up. For the existing blemishes, neem oil can also help. It can be used to fade your blemishes when used regularly. Neem leaves can be found in most supermarkets. If you aren’t having any luck, try a health food store. 

Necessary Items

  • Neem leaves
  • Honey

Instructions

  1. Take a handful of dried neem leaves and crush them up.
  2. Mix the leaves with a tablespoon of honey to create a paste.
  3. Rub on blemishes.
  4. Allow to dry for 15 minutes.
  5. Rinse away. 

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11. Toothpaste

If you need to get rid of a pimple or blemish fast, try toothpaste. Toothpaste is able to dry up any blemish fairly quickly. It can also dry up any excess oil that is found there to prevent more from forming. Toothpaste usually has essential oils like mint or peppermint. Because of these oils, you could experience a swifter healing of the blemish. Toothpaste is something you should already have in your home, making this another of those free home remedies for blemishes.

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Necessary Items

  • Toothpaste

Instructions

  1. Wash your face with mild soap.
  2. Using clean hands, dab a little toothpaste onto the blemish.
  3. Let the toothpaste dry for around 12 minutes.
  4. Rinse it off with cool water.

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12. Shea Butter

 Shea butter is full of vitamin A which is excellent for reducing scars and blemishes. It helps to fade them with enough use over time. Not only this, but shea butter is able to soften, nourish and hydrate your skin. This will keep it looking more youthful and smooth for longer. Shea butter can be found in any health store or pharmacy alike. It is inexpensive to purchase. We recommend you use organic shea butter.

Necessary Items

  • Organic shea butter

Instructions

  1. Clean your face with mild soap and warm water.
  2. Pat it dry.
  3. Put shea butter over the blemishes.
  4. Massage it in for a few minutes to absorb it completely.
  5. Leave it on without washing it off.

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13. Papaya

Papaya contains enzymes that help to exfoliate and cleanse the skin. Not only this, but these enzymes help control the production of oil. This can help stop too much oil from accumulating on your face and causing breakouts. By being able to remove the oil and impurities, you can enjoy blemish-free skin with papaya. It is recommended that you use green papaya. You can find this fruit at any grocery store.

 Necessary Items

  • A couple chunks of fresh green papaya

Instructions

  1. Mash up the papaya in a bowl.
  2. Wash your face with mild soap and water.
  3. Wash your hands.
  4. Apply the papaya to the blemish.
  5. Let it sit for 15 minutes and then rinse it off. 

14. Turmeric Face Mask

The active compound in turmeric is curcumin, an important phytochemical. It is full of skin healing and antioxidant properties. This is able to help fade out scars while also fading blemishes and dark spots as well. Turmeric can be found in fresh or powdered form in any grocery store.

Necessary Items

  • Turmeric powder
  • Honey
  • Lemon juice

Instructions

  1. Mix the three aforementioned ingredients.
  2. Apply it to your face for 10 minutes.
  3. Rinse it off with warm and then cool water.

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15. Yogurt Mask

 Yogurt is full of lactic acid which can lighten the blemishes on your face. Not only this, but it can also exfoliate the skin. Using turmeric can apply the aforementioned benefits as well.

Necessary Items

  • Yogurt
  • Turmeric

Instructions

  1. Mix two tablespoons of plain yogurt and a pinch of turmeric.
  2. Apply the mixture to clean skin.
  3. Let it rest 20 minutes.
  4. Rinse it with water.

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Conclusion

In this article, we have offered a few home remedies for blemishes. Each one is simple to do and costs less than chemical-laden, store-bought items. What are your favorite home remedies for blemishes? Tell us about it in the comments section below.

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