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    Jenny Li

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    Acne Begone!

    Post  Jenny Li on Fri Oct 09, 2009 5:42 am

    Possible headlines:
    -Acne Begone!
    -Natural is the way to go

    Lack of sleep? Stress? Or simply just puberty kicking in? Whatever the cause is, acne is never welcomed yet everyone will experience at one point in their lives. Acne is something we can’t permanently eliminate, however we can help our body out with ridding those pesky bumps by speeding up the process. Here is a list of treatments that would do just the job and unlike acne medications and parlor treatments, these homemade formulas are inexpensive and lack the harmful side effects.
    Baking Soda Mask
    Easy to make and works wonders for the skin! Not only does it help clear up the acne, it also acts as a natural skin purifier, causing your skin to shed a brighter and healthier glow. However, not everyone’s skin is the same, so don’t feel discouraged if this particular method does not work for you. You just need to try different remedies and masks until you find the ones that work for you.
    Ingredients:
    Baking Soda and water

    Instructions:
    After washing your face with a mild cleanser, mix a little together and apply gently to your skin. Rubbing it in too roughly will irritate your skin and thus produce more pimples, so remember to avoid doing so! Then let the mask sit for about ten to twenty minutes and afterwards rinse the baking soda film off.

    Egg White Mask
    Simple and frugal, this recipe is the easiest to make out of this list. Besides being super affordable, my and friends and I can easily boast that this one produces excellent results. It clears those striking red spots and also tightens the skin, which means you can enjoy this recipe with your mother as well.

    Ingredients:
    Egg white

    Instructions:
    All you need to do is separate the yolk from the egg whites. Then whip the egg whites until it is nice and frothy. Apply it to your clean face (using clean hands). Leave on for approximately 20 minutes and wash off with warm water.

    Egg Yolk Mask
    Hope you saved the yolk from that egg white mask recipe because here’s a recipe where you can put it to good use! Egg Yolks contain Vitamin A which helps in healing and preventing scars.

    Ingredients:
    Egg Yolk

    Instructions:
    Whip up an egg yolk; apply it to your skin for about twenty minutes. Wash off.




    Basil Tonic
    Now don’t let the word “tonic” scare you. Basil is well known for its soothing and toning properties and the tonic that is produced from it will leave acne in the dust and your skin clear and glowing! Apply this recipe for about 2 weeks and you will start to see a definite decrease in breakouts and acne.

    Ingredients:
    2 to 3 teaspoons dried basil leaves
    1 C. boiling water

    Instructions:
    Steep basil leaves in water for 10 to 20 minutes, the longer you let them steep the stronger the tonic will be. If you have mild acne, 10 minutes is fine. If you have severe acne let it sit awhile longer for about 20 minutes. Cool, and then apply to face with a white cotton ball. Let mask dry and harden - about 30-40 minutes. Soak a towel in warm water and lay it across your face till the mask starts to soften up, then gently rub it with the towel in a circular motion. Rinse with plenty of warm water.


    Oatmeal Mask
    Besides acne, using oatmeal as a facial mask can be a natural and effective way to treat many other skin conditions, such as oily or dry skin, razor burns, acne, and sunburn. This particular oatmeal mask recipe incorporates many of the ingredients used in previous recipes; in a way you can say this is the ultimate homemade acne formula!

    Ingredients:
    Oatmeal (not sweetened or flavored)
    Lemon Juice
    Baking Soda
    Egg White
    Olive oil

    Instructions:
    First, you must cook the oatmeal then fluff up one egg white with a fork in a small bowl. Fold the egg into the mixture until it is smooth and easy to spread on your face. Add a few drops of lemon juice because it can help remove excess oil from your skin, which will be helpful if you have blackheads or blemishes. Lemon juice also evens out skin tone by eliminating dark patches and discolorations. That is the basic ingredients for the oatmeal mask but you can spice things up by adding baking soda which can soothe itchy skin, and olive oil which can help reduce wrinkles.

    Now smooth the oatmeal mask onto your face but be careful around your eyes, since oatmeal can cause irritation. Allow the oatmeal mask to dry completely before you remove it then rinse the mask off with cool to lukewarm water for hot water can expand your pores, causing more pimples. Dab dry with a soft washcloth to avoid irritating the skin.

    * Dry, uncooked oatmeal, mixed with a little lemon juice and olive oil, can also make an effective facial scrub. Use just enough olive oil to make the oatmeal damp, not soaked, for the best results.


    I’m sure that by using these homemade acne recipes they will definitely help clear your skin and make it pimple free! So that when you wake up each day, you’ll wake up with self confidence abound. In fact, you’ll feel like a god/goddess straight from Greek mythology itself. Well, maybe you won’t be immortal and all powerful but you’ll definitely emit a glow like you’ve never had!

    hanarudolph

    Posts : 152
    Join date : 2009-09-01

    Re: Acne Begone!

    Post  hanarudolph on Sun Oct 11, 2009 8:57 pm

    Lack of sleep? Stress? Or simply just puberty kicking in? [delete "just"] Whatever the cause is [delete "is"], acne is never welcomed yet [reword to ", but"] everyone will their chance to experience [you need a direct object here] at one [reword to "some"] point in their lives. Acne is something we can’t permanently eliminate,[change to semicolon] however, we can help our body out with [delete "out," change "with" to "to"] ridding [change to "rid"] those [reword to "these"] pesky bumps by speeding up the process. Here is a list of treatments that would do just the job, and [reword to "but"] unlike acne medications and parlor treatments, these homemade formulas are inexpensive and lack the [delete "the," insert "any possible"] harmful side effects.
    Baking Soda Mask
    Easy to make and works wonders for the skin! Not only does it help clear up the acne, it also acts as a natural skin purifier, causing your skin to shed [I don't think this is the right verb] a brighter and healthier glow. However, not everyone’s skin is the same, so don’t feel discouraged if this particular method does not [you have to be consistent with contraction usage. decide now whether you want to use them or not and stick with it by conforming either "don't" or "does not"] work for you. You just need to try different remedies and masks [delete "and masks"] until you find the ones that work for you.
    Ingredients:
    Baking Soda and water [delete "and," put water in a new line]
    [why do you have a space here? and in random other places?]
    Instructions:
    After washing your face with a mild cleanser, mix a little baking soda and water together and apply gently to your skin. Rubbing it in [replace "it in" with "your face" too roughly will irritate your skin and thus produce more pimples, so remember to avoid doing so [change to "so be careful when you apply (or another verb, ideally) the mixture"]! Then let the mask sit for about ten to twenty minutes and afterwards [replace "and afterwards" with "before you"] rinse the baking soda film off.

    Egg White Mask
    Simple and frugal, this recipe is [reword "is" to "may be"] the easiest to make out of this list. Besides being super affordable, my and friends and I can easily boast that this one produces excellent results [why are you recommending the others if you can't say the same about them? this comment is more negative than positive... if you want to say it worked the best for you, that's fine. but i would recommend putting it at the end then, saying it's your personal favorite (which would mean changing the clause before the egg yolk mask)]. It clears those striking red spots and also tightens the skin, which means [replace "which means" with "meaning that"] you can enjoy this recipe [reword "recipe"] with your mother as well.

    Ingredients:
    Egg white

    Instructions:
    All you need to do is separate the yolk from the egg whites. Then whip the egg whites until it is nice and frothy. Apply it to your clean face (using clean hands). Leave on for approximately 20 minutes and wash off with warm water.

    Egg Yolk Mask
    Hope you saved the yolk from that egg white mask recipe, because here’s a recipe where you can put it to good use! Egg Yolks contain Vitamin A, which helps in healing and preventing scars.

    Ingredients:
    Egg Yolk

    Instructions:
    Whip up an egg yolk; [change semicolon to "and"] apply it to your skin for about twenty minutes. Wash off.




    Basil Tonic
    Now don’t let the word “tonic” scare you. Basil is well known for its soothing and toning properties, and the tonic that is produced from it will leave acne in the dust and [replace "and" with ", leaving"] your skin clear and glowing! Apply this recipe daily? every other day? once a week? for about 2 weeks, and you will start to [delete "start to"] see a definite decrease in breakouts and acne.

    Ingredients:
    2 to 3 teaspoons dried basil leaves
    1 C. [write out "cup"] boiling water

    Instructions:
    Steep basil leaves in water for 10 [write out "ten"] to 20 [write out "twenty"] minutes, [change comma to dash] the longer you let them steep, the stronger the tonic will be. If you have mild acne, 10 minutes is fine. If you have severe acne, let it sit awhile [a while] longer for about 20 [write out "twenty"] minutes [delete either "a while longer" or "for about 20 minutes"]. Cool [insert a direct object], and then apply to face with a white cotton ball. Let the mask dry and harden -[change dash to "for"] about 30-40 [again, write out numbers] minutes. Soak a towel in the warm water and lay it across your face till ["till" is too colloquial; "until"] the mask starts to soften up, then gently rub it [your antecedent right now is your mask-- do you mean your face?] with the towel in a circular motion. Rinse with plenty of warm water.


    Oatmeal Mask
    Besides acne, using oatmeal as a facial mask can be a natural and effective way to treat many other skin conditions, such as oily or [replace "or" with "/"] dry skin, razor burns, acne, and sunburn. This particular oatmeal mask recipe incorporates many of the ingredients used in previous recipes; in a way you can say this is the ultimate homemade acne formula!

    Ingredients:
    Oatmeal (not sweetened or flavored)
    Lemon Juice
    Baking Soda
    Egg White
    Olive oil

    Instructions:
    First, you must [delete ", you must"] cook the oatmeal then [replace "then" with "and"] fluff up one egg white with a fork in a small bowl. Fold the egg into the mixture [specify "oatmeal mixture" until it is smooth and easy to spread on your face. Add a few drops of lemon juice because it can help remove excess oil from your skin, which will be helpful if you have blackheads or blemishes. [resentence: "adding a few drops of lemon juice will remove excess oil from your skin, helping to eliminate blackheads or blemishes."] Lemon juice also evens out your skin tone by eliminating dark patches and discolorations. That is the basic ingredients for the oatmeal mask but you can [replace this whole first part of the sentence with "if you want,"] spice things up by adding baking soda which can soothe itchy skin, and [change to "or"] olive oil which can help [delete "help"] reduce wrinkles.
    [no space needed here.]
    Now smooth the oatmeal mask onto your face but be careful around your eyes, since oatmeal can cause irritation. Allow the oatmeal mask to dry completely before you remove it, then rinse the mask off with cool to lukewarm water for hot water can expand your pores, causing more pimples [delete "for" and put the following clause in parentheses.]. Dab your face dry with a soft washcloth to avoid irritating the skin.

    * Dry, uncooked oatmeal, mixed with a little lemon juice and olive oil, can also make an effective facial scrub. Use just enough olive oil to make the oatmeal damp, not soaked, for the best results.


    I’m sure that by [delete everything before "using"] using these homemade acne recipes they [delete "they"] will definitely help clear your skin and make it pimple-free! So that when you wake up each day, you’ll wake up with self confidence abound. [That's a fragment] In fact, you’ll feel like a god/goddess straight from Greek mythology itself. [This is really random and awkward.] Well, maybe you won’t be immortal and all powerful but you’ll definitely emit a glow like you’ve never had! [Just state that your new healthy glow will having you waking up each day, full of self-confidence.]

    Jenny Li

    Posts : 28
    Join date : 2009-08-31

    Re: Acne Begone!

    Post  Jenny Li on Wed Oct 14, 2009 2:21 am

    Lack of sleep? Stress? Or simply puberty kicking in? Whatever the cause, acne is never welcomed, yet everyone will experience it at some point in their lives. Acne is something we can’t permanently eliminate;however, we can help our body with ridding those pesky bumps by speeding up the process. Here is a list of treatments that would do just the job. And unlike acne medications and parlor treatments, these homemade formulas are inexpensive and don't have any possible harmful side effects.

    Baking Soda Mask
    Easy to make and works wonders for the skin! Not only does it help clear up the acne, the baking soda mask also acts as a natural skin purifier, causing your skin to exhibit a brighter and healthier glow. However, not everyone’s skin is the same, so don’t feel discouraged if this particular method doesn’t work for you. You just need to try different remedies and masks until you find the ones that works best for you.
    Ingredients:
    Baking Soda
    Water
    Instructions:
    After washing your face with a mild cleanser, mix a small amount of the baking soda and water together and apply gently to your skin. Rubbing it in too roughly will irritate your skin and thus produce more pimples, so remember to be careful when you apply the mixture! Then let the mask sit for about 10 to 20 minutes before you rinse the baking soda film off.

    Egg White Mask
    Simple and frugal, this remedy may be the easiest to make out of this list. Besides being super affordable, I can easily boast that this one is my personal favorite. It clears those striking red spots and also tightens the skin, meaning that you can share this mask with your mother as well.
    Ingredients:
    Egg whites
    Instructions:
    All you need to do is separate the yolk from the egg whites. Then whip the egg whites until they are nice and frothy. Apply the concoction to your clean face (using clean hands). Leave it on for approximately 20 minutes and then wash it off with warm water.

    Egg Yolk Mask
    Hope you saved the yolk from that egg white mask recipe because here’s a recipe where you can put it to good use! Egg yolks contain Vitamin A, which helps in healing and preventing scars.
    Ingredients:
    Egg yolks
    Instructions:
    Whip up an egg yolk and apply it to your skin for about 20 minutes. Wash it off.



    Basil Tonic
    Now don’t let the word “tonic” scare you. Basil is well known for its soothing and toning properties, and the tonic that is produced from it will leave acne in the dust and your skin clear and glowing! Apply this recipe every night for about two weeks and you will see a definite decrease in breakouts and acne.
    Ingredients:
    2 to 3 teaspoons dried basil leaves
    1 cup of boiling water
    Instructions:
    Steep basil leaves in water for ten to twenty minutes-the longer you let them steep the stronger the tonic will be. If you have mild acne, 10 minutes is fine. If you have severe acne let it sit for about twenty minutes. Let the mixture, and then apply to face with a white cotton ball. Let the mask dry and harden for about thirty-forty minutes. Soak a towel in the warm water and lay it across your face until the mask starts to soften up. Then gently rub the mask off with the towel in a circular motion. Rinse with plenty of warm water.

    Oatmeal Mask
    Besides acne, using oatmeal as a facial mask can be a natural and effective way to treat many other skin conditions, such as oily/dry skin, razor burns, and sunburn. This particular oatmeal mask recipe incorporates many of the ingredients used in previous recipes; in a way, you can say this is the ultimate homemade acne formula!
    Ingredients:
    Oatmeal (not sweetened or flavored)
    Lemon juice
    Baking soda
    Egg whites
    Olive oil
    Instructions:
    First, cook the oatmeal and fluff up one egg white with a fork in a small bowl. Fold the egg into the oatmeal mixture until it is smooth and easy to spread on your face. Add a few drops of lemon juice because it can help remove excess oil from your skin, which will be helpful if you have blackheads or blemishes. Adding a few drops of lemon juice will remove excess oil from your skin, helping to eliminate blackheads or blemishes. I you want, spice things up by adding baking soda which can soothe itchy skin, or olive oil which can help reduce wrinkles.
    Now smooth the oatmeal mask onto your face but be careful around your eyes, since oatmeal can cause irritation. Allow the oatmeal mask to dry completely before you remove it then rinse the mask off with cool to lukewarm water because hot water can expand your pores, causing more pimples and black heads. Dab dry with a soft washcloth to avoid irritating the skin.

    * Dry, uncooked oatmeal, mixed with a little lemon juice and olive oil, can also make an effective facial scrub. Use just enough olive oil to make the oatmeal damp, not soaked, for the best results.

    I’m sure that these homemade acne recipes they will definitely help clear your skin and make it pimple free! Your new healthy glow will having you waking up each day, full of self-confidence.

    hanarudolph

    Posts : 152
    Join date : 2009-09-01

    Re: Acne Begone!

    Post  hanarudolph on Wed Oct 14, 2009 10:21 am

    Lack of sleep? Stress? Or simply puberty kicking in? Whatever the cause, acne is never welcomed, yet everyone will experience it at some point in their lives. Acne is something we can’t permanently eliminate;[insert space] however, we can help our body with ridding those pesky bumps by speeding up the process. Here is a list of treatments that would do just the job. And unlike acne medications and parlor treatments, these homemade formulas are inexpensive and don't have any possible harmful side effects.

    Baking Soda Mask
    Easy to make and works wonders for the skin! Not only does it help clear up the acne, the baking soda mask also acts as a natural skin purifier, causing your skin to exhibit a brighter and healthier glow. However, not everyone’s skin is the same, so don’t feel discouraged if this particular method doesn’t work for you. You just need to try different remedies and masks until you find the ones that works best for you.
    Ingredients:
    Baking Soda
    Water
    Instructions:
    After washing your face with a mild cleanser, mix a small amount of the baking soda and water together and apply gently to your skin. Rubbing it in too roughly will irritate your skin and thus produce more pimples, so remember to be careful when you apply the mixture! Then let the mask sit for about 10 to 20 minutes before you rinse the baking soda film off.

    Egg White Mask
    Simple and frugal, this remedy may be the easiest to make out of this list. Besides being super affordable, I can easily boast that this one is my personal favorite. It clears those striking red spots and also tightens the skin, meaning that you can share [would you really want to "share" the mask with your mom? I liked "enjoy" more] this mask with your mother as well.
    Ingredients:
    Egg whites
    Instructions:
    All you need to do is separate the yolk from the egg whites. Then whip the egg whites until they are nice and frothy. Apply the concoction to your clean face (using clean hands). Leave it on for approximately 20 minutes and then wash it off with warm water.

    Egg Yolk Mask
    Hope you saved the yolk from that egg white mask recipe because here’s a recipe where you can put it to good use! Egg yolks contain Vitamin A, which helps in healing and preventing scars.
    Ingredients:
    Egg yolks
    Instructions:
    Whip up an egg yolk and apply it to your skin for about 20 minutes. Wash it off.



    Basil Tonic
    Now don’t let the word “tonic” scare you. Basil is well known for its soothing and toning properties, and the tonic that is produced from it will leave acne in the dust and your skin clear and glowing! Apply this recipe every night for about two weeks and you will see a definite decrease in breakouts and acne.
    Ingredients:
    2 to 3 teaspoons dried basil leaves
    1 cup of [delete "of"] boiling water
    Instructions:
    Steep basil leaves in water for ten to twenty minutes-the longer you let them steep the stronger the tonic will be. If you have mild acne, 10 minutes is fine. If you have severe acne, let it sit for about twenty minutes. Let the mixture [? verb?], and then apply to face with a white cotton ball. Let the mask dry and harden for about thirty-forty minutes. Soak a towel in the warm water and lay it across your face until the mask starts to soften up. Then gently rub the mask off with the towel in a circular motion. Rinse with plenty of warm water.

    Oatmeal Mask
    Besides acne, using oatmeal as a facial mask can be a natural and effective way to treat many other skin conditions, such as oily/dry skin, razor burns, and sunburn. This particular oatmeal mask recipe incorporates many of the ingredients used in previous recipes; in a way, you can say this is the ultimate homemade acne formula!
    Ingredients:
    Oatmeal (not sweetened or flavored)
    Lemon juice
    Baking soda
    Egg whites
    Olive oil
    Instructions:
    First, cook the oatmeal and fluff up one egg white with a fork in a small bowl. Fold the egg into the oatmeal mixture until it is smooth and easy to spread on your face. Add a few drops of lemon juice because it can help remove excess oil from your skin, which will be helpful if you have blackheads or blemishes. Adding a few drops of lemon juice will remove excess oil from your skin, helping to eliminate blackheads or blemishes. I If you want, spice things up by adding baking soda, which can soothe itchy skin, or olive oil, which can help reduce wrinkles.
    Now smooth the oatmeal mask onto your face, but be careful around your eyes, since oatmeal can cause irritation. Allow the oatmeal mask to dry completely before you remove it, then rinse the mask off with cool to lukewarm water, because hot water can expand your pores, causing more pimples and black heads. [I think it would sound better to break it into two sentences at the hot water part.....] Dab dry with a soft washcloth to avoid irritating the skin.

    * Dry, uncooked oatmeal, mixed with a little lemon juice and olive oil, can also make an effective facial scrub. Use just enough olive oil to make the oatmeal damp, not soaked, for the best results.

    I’m sure that [delete "I'm sure that" and cap. "these"] these homemade acne recipes they [delete "they"] will definitely help clear your skin and make it pimple free! Your new healthy glow will having you waking up each day, full of self-confidence.

    Jenny Li

    Posts : 28
    Join date : 2009-08-31

    Re: Acne Begone!

    Post  Jenny Li on Thu Oct 15, 2009 4:16 am

    Lack of sleep? Stress? Or simply puberty kicking in? Whatever the cause, acne is never welcomed, yet everyone will experience it at some point in their lives. Acne is something we can’t permanently eliminate; however, we can help our body with ridding those pesky bumps by speeding up the process. Here is a list of treatments that would do just the job. And unlike acne medications and parlor treatments, these homemade formulas are inexpensive and don't have any possible harmful side effects.

    Baking Soda Mask
    Easy to make and works wonders for the skin! Not only does it help clear up the acne, the baking soda mask also acts as a natural skin purifier, causing your skin to exhibit a brighter and healthier glow. However, not everyone’s skin is the same, so don’t feel discouraged if this particular method doesn’t work for you. You just need to try different remedies and masks until you find the ones that works best for you.
    Ingredients:
    Baking Soda
    Water
    Instructions:
    After washing your face with a mild cleanser, mix a small amount of the baking soda and water together and apply gently to your skin. Rubbing it in too roughly will irritate your skin and thus produce more pimples, so remember to be careful when you apply the mixture! Then let the mask sit for about 10 to 20 minutes before you rinse the baking soda film off.

    Egg White Mask
    Simple and frugal, this remedy may be the easiest to make out of this list. Besides being super affordable, I can easily boast that this one is my personal favorite. It clears those striking red spots and also tightens the skin, meaning that you can enjoy this mask with your mother as well.
    Ingredients:
    Egg whites
    Instructions:
    All you need to do is separate the yolk from the egg whites. Then whip the egg whites until they are nice and frothy. Apply the concoction to your clean face (using clean hands). Leave it on for approximately 20 minutes and then wash it off with warm water.

    Egg Yolk Mask
    Hope you saved the yolk from that egg white mask recipe because here’s a recipe where you can put it to good use! Egg yolks contain Vitamin A, which helps in healing and preventing scars.
    Ingredients:
    Egg yolks
    Instructions:
    Whip up an egg yolk and apply it to your skin for about 20 minutes. Wash it off.



    Basil Tonic
    Now don’t let the word “tonic” scare you. Basil is well known for its soothing and toning properties, and the tonic that is produced from it will leave acne in the dust and your skin clear and glowing! Apply this recipe every night for about two weeks and you will see a definite decrease in breakouts and acne.
    Ingredients:
    2 to 3 teaspoons dried basil leaves
    1 cup boiling water
    Instructions:
    Steep basil leaves in water for ten to twenty minutes-the longer you let them steep the stronger the tonic will be. If you have mild acne, 10 minutes is fine. If you have severe acne, let it sit for about twenty minutes. After letting the mixture cool, apply to face with a white cotton ball. Let the mask dry and harden for about thirty-forty minutes. Soak a towel in the warm water and lay it across your face until the mask starts to soften up. Then gently rub the mask off with the towel in a circular motion. Rinse with plenty of warm water.

    Oatmeal Mask
    Besides acne, using oatmeal as a facial mask can be a natural and effective way to treat many other skin conditions, such as oily/dry skin, razor burns, and sunburn. This particular oatmeal mask recipe incorporates many of the ingredients used in previous recipes; in a way, you can say this is the ultimate homemade acne formula!
    Ingredients:
    Oatmeal (not sweetened or flavored)
    Lemon juice
    Baking soda
    Egg whites
    Olive oil
    Instructions:
    First, cook the oatmeal and fluff up one egg white with a fork in a small bowl. Fold the egg into the oatmeal mixture until it is smooth and easy to spread on your face. Add a few drops of lemon juice because it can help remove excess oil from your skin, which will be helpful if you have blackheads or blemishes. Adding a few drops of lemon juice will remove excess oil from your skin, helping to eliminate blackheads or blemishes. If you want, spice things up by adding baking soda, which can soothe itchy skin, or olive oil, which can help reduce wrinkles.
    Now smooth the oatmeal mask onto your face, but be careful around your eyes, since oatmeal can cause irritation. Allow the oatmeal mask to dry completely before you remove it, then rinse the mask off. Be sure to do so with lukewarm water, because hot water can expand your pores, causing more pimples and black heads. Dab dry with a soft washcloth to avoid irritating the skin.

    * Dry, uncooked oatmeal, mixed with a little lemon juice and olive oil, can also make an effective facial scrub. Use just enough olive oil to make the oatmeal damp, not soaked, for the best results.

    These homemade acne recipes will definitely help clear your skin and make it pimple free! Your new healthy glow will having you waking up each day, full of self-confidence.

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