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Simple home remedies to cure pimples

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Radhika Ram
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Pimples are a nightmare for any woman. Short of addressing any underlying causes such as poor diet or hormonal imbalances, you can help yourself by adding a few simple home remedies for pimples into your beauty regime.

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Take 1 cup of cooked Oatmeal and add 1 teaspoon of honey and juice of half lemon. Mix it well and rub it on your skin. Leave it for 30-45 minutes and wash off with lukewarm water.



Multani Mitti also known as fullers earth is a very good home remedy. Mix fullers earth powder and sandalwood powder (optional) with water to form a paste. Apply it on your face and wash your face once it dries up.

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Take dried orange peel, grind it and mix it water to make a paste. Apply it to the affected area and see the result.

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Apply Lemon juice on the pimples to reduce the size and intensity. You can also rub the skin of the lemon in once a day, this will help in cleansing.

Apply white toothpaste in the affected areas before going to bed and see the significant improvement within a few days.

Coriander juice/mint leaves juice with 1 pinch of turmeric powder also helps in getting rid of pimples. Turmeric powder has a host of beneficial medicinal properties. This paste can be applied at night after washing the face to get better results.

Garlic paste can be applied on the affected areas to clear the skin. Garlic helps in purification of the blood. Eating raw garlic once a day keeps the pimples away.

Try these simple homemade remedies for yourself and say bye bye to pimples!!

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