Pimple marks make many people in our country suffer from mental trauma and stress. When you read this blog, you’re going to get out of pimple marks stress
Acne is a skin problem that persists from adulthood and requires treatment even till the forties. Mostly teenage acne tends to affect male counterparts more commonly, post-adolescent pimples mainly affect females. It is highly important to inspect the triggers and aggravating factors and to effectively deal with them.
Amongst all, the Most annoying thing in our skincare routine is pimples. No matter how much ever hard you try, They wanted appear right before special occasions and deny to go. And the bad part about acne is that they leave hurting marks on our face and usually people don’t know how to remove their pimple marks.
So it is highly important to invest in proper skincare products to care for pimple-prone skin. One main thing, you should never do is you should never touch a pimple or try squeezing it because that is the main cause for most of the pimple marks. To understand more about removing pimple marks naturally, you can go on reading this blog which explains to care your skin and remove pimple marks in a very natural way. Follow these tips and tricks for removing pimple marks.
First let’s understand what are the main causes of pimple marks and their origin
Pimple marks are the result of inflammation of acne. Usually, acne pores rise and a crack surfaces in the wall of the pore. Certain pimple marks are small and the scars can heal quickly. Sometimes the puss of acne spill into the nearby tissue and cause deep scars. Skin repair the scar by producing new collagen fibers.
Always keep a note on your mind that acne doesn’t always directly mean scars. One great piece of news is that not all scars caused by pimples are permanent! Many precautions and treatments are available. Certain treatments nearly remove most of the scars while others help the skin to heal itself with the help of the skin’s own collagen.
Different Types of Acne
Scars from acne can also be categorized as double-edged sword — first, comes acne and now you have pimple marks as a bad reminder.
pimples usually happen when pores on the skin get clogged with dead skin cells and oil. The clogged follicle is the best place for bacteria to grow and display the red paining bumps commonly known as pimples.
Acne comes in various forms:
- mild acne
- moderate acne
- severe acne
Now it’s within us to treat acne soon after it appears to prevent further develop severe acne and create more hectic scarring.
Now we got to understand acne’s development and scarring. After reading all these things you’ll definitely have a question on your mind
How to remove pimples naturally and permanently
There are various kind of speciality oils to treat acne and its scars
- Tea Tree oil
- Lemon oil
- Lavendar oil
- Eucalyptus oil
- Grape fruit oil
- Argan oil
Tea Tree oil
You must have heard about tea tree oil, but still, I want to reiterate that tea tree oil acts as a front-line warrior to effectively ward of pimple marks from your face.
Tea tree oil is always a popular choice for its anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties to treat pimples. It’s highly effective in calming swelling, redness, and inflammation. Tea tree oil helps you to relieve pimple marks leaving you smooth and clear skin.
Primarily Tea Tree Oil attacks pimple-causing bacteria directly
Tea tree oil contains a special ingredient called terpene, It kills the bacterial activity happening on the skin and also reduces the level of pimples breakout.
Home remedies for pimples
When used appropriately at your home without any supervision, tea tree oil cleanses the skin pores and denies any growth of bacteria.
Tea Tree Oil regulates oil production
Now, that’s not the only way tea tree oil preventing pimples. People suffering from acne due to oily skin cannot waste their time treating their acne with tea tree oil to regulate their overall oil production and reduce the size of their pores remarkably.
The next alternative method is not much explored but needs supervision and its very effective in reducing pimple marks
Certain people achieved success using lemon as an pimple treatment. Interestingly lemon helps to prevent inflammation or controls the amount of oil and growth of bacteria on pimple prone skin.
Lemon oil is filled with abundant antioxidants and skin-brightening Vitamin C to enhance one’s beauty. lemon oil helps to clarify skin and un clog one’s pores. It shows a very good skin healing rate, as it is a mild exfoliant which is available naturally that keeps wounds free of microbes growth.
Essential oils will be harsh on the skin when applied directly, it is very important to mix them with some good carrier oil. Based on the purpose, lavender oil can be mixed with coconut, argan or jojoba oil.
Chronic acne will not respond to usual spot treatment, as these pimples lie deep under the skin and can take several days to surface. Lavender oil is a mild solution that will calm painful inflammatory cysts which gradually surface, without disturbing the rest of your skin.
Lavender oil has non-comedogenic characteristics, which means that it wont clog pores. It can be combined with rose water and used as a toner as a direct treatment for acne.
Pus-filled pimple boils will be very painful. Eucalyptus oil help to make this pimples squeeze out safely. Eucalyptus oil is a very calm, antimicrobial, and play good at preventing infections, so burst pimples can heal without any problem.
Grapefruit essential oil promotes a brighter complexion and also helps in fading pimple marks and clears breakouts with its antioxidant-rich characteristics. Try to make it your skin-care routine.
People believe that grapeseed oil treats acne and makes skin glow. Though the oil has some distinct characteristics which are good for your skin, it may not be the best option to treat all acne scars.
Grapeseed oil improves skin health on a cellular level when applied directly to the skin because it has vitamin E, beta-carotene, and linoleic acid. These nutrients provide antioxidant and antiproliferative characteristics, which help to recreate healthy cells and replace the damaged cells. Vitamin E helps to even the skin tone and heal acne scars.
Grapeseed oil is also used to destroy pimple-causing bacteria. It does not have the same effect on every skin type. Also, it varies from person to person and even from breakout to breakout.
Grapeseed oil can help clear your breakout if you have an active breakout in the form of papules and pustules ( the red “zits” that form on the surface of your skin). It reduces redness and inflammation and enhances cell recreation.
It is not supposed to be as productive for scars that are specifically under the skin, such as blackheads, whiteheads and
Acne scars- Grapeseed oil can also be used to lessen the appearance of acne scarring since it is enriched with Vitamin E. There is a belief that you may see results in a few weeks if the oil is applied twice daily. The linoleic acid present in it may help to speed up the wound healing process which lessens the chance of scarring.
Overall acne prevention- If you have acne-prone skin or if you want to have clear skin then grapeseed oil will act as the first line of defense.
If your skin has irregular oil production that is the skin gets saturated with oil in some areas and stays very much dry in other areas, then in this case linoleic acid present in the grapeseed oil which is the replica of the sebum that is produced naturally by your skin glands can give you an even skin tone.
Research suggests that reduction in the levels of linoleic acid can be a major cause of acne inflammation. Enhancing your linoleic acid levels may help lessen your chance of infection.
The linoleic acid in the oil helps to regulate the skin’s natural oil production which makes it safe to use for all skin types.
Though there is no proof that the oil has any negative impact on any particular skin tone, It is suggested to go for a patch test before the first application or consult a dermatologist to check whether it is compatible with your skin.
Hormonal imbalance induces excess sebum production which results in hormonal acne. Argan oil has anti-sebum effects, which helps to actively control sebum production. Therefore it can be used to treat different types of acne and provide a smoother and calmer complexion.
If you apply argan oil or face creams with argan oil directly to your skin two times per day then you can see the results within few weeks
Heals skin infections- Argan oil is mainly used to treat skin disorders. Since it has both antibacterial and fungicidal properties it can treat and prevent both fungal and bacterial skin diseases.
Topical application of argan oil to the affected area at least twice per day is recommended.
It none other than Hijama Therapy plays a key role in treating various skin disorders. Hijama for face is known to as Facial Cupping. It is widely used to heal and repair face problems like
- pimple prone skin
- Under eye circle
- Eye Puffiness
- Scars on the face
- Skin Wrinkles
- Skin tightening
Facial cupping has been proven to
- increase oxygen and good blood circulation
- skin strengthening
- stimulate collagen production
- relaxes muscle tension
Alongside it helps to brighten the skin, minimize the scars size, decreasing eye puffiness, regulates oil production and wrinkles
Frequently asked questions
Why do scars happen?
When your body is trying to repair the acne, scars happen. Collagen plays a key role in healing scars. On another side, If there’s abundant collagen than required, raised scars to appear. Scars also occur because of tissue loss, which creates marks like pits in the skin.
How to remove dark spots caused by pimples?
There are various natural treatments to remove dark spots caused by pimples naturally. But it’s within individual’s contribution and efforts to be consistent in whatever remedial action which we are going to discuss in this blog
How do you get clear skin?
Clear skin comes with regular maintenance by an individual. It’ll be very easy if a person follow the above tips and tricks for skin care routine. Im sure you’ll be a skin care specialist with this blog