As a matter of routine or uncommonly, all the pretty faces face the problem of the nightmare called pimples which could be more than terrifying to so many. These zits don’t come alone but bring along lower self-confidence to a certain extent. Most of us don’t even feel like trying anything new from our wardrobe until the redness fades away. Overnight application of the toothpaste on the pimple helps but not like some miracle that brings out successful results.
I have got something really amazing to share with you, to help you with an overnight relief of those unwanted never-welcomed breakouts.
Wash your face thoroughly and tone with your trusted toner. Apply tea tree oil with a cotton bud directly on the pimple. To avoid the bacteria from spreading, do not double dip the cotton bud. Have a peaceful sleep free from pimple-worries.
In the morning, wash your face and apply a mask of ‘Aloe Vera’ gel to enhance the effect of best results. Leave for an hour and then wash off your face with water.
The above two things will surely help you with the zits and breakouts. Aloe Vera is known for its remarkable benefits for skin and Tea Tree oil is rightly called the miracle oil. From any good drugstore you can easily find tea tree oil and Aloe gel too. You may cut the part of a leaf from the Aloe plant and use the fresh gel directly.
The skin problems vary from person to person and it is best to see a dermatologist to figure out the root causes but there is no harm in trying this quick-fix when you have a job interview next day or a get together with your old pals.
Moreover, when it comes to the natural skin care routine, you must try out The Body Shop that is globally famous for its skincare and cosmetics that are cruelty free and organic. The Body Shop online offers you a Skincare Diagnostic Tool that helped me discover Tea Tree range for myself and surely you can find yours too to say goodbye to all the skin problems that you never want.
This Tip is contributed by “Ghalia Akram”, Senior Author at Envirocivil.com
Originally published by www.envirocivil.com