How to clear Tiny bumps on forehead – Feed Pink

How to clear Tiny bumps on forehead

Forehead acne often looks like solid red bumps, called papules. You might also see bumps with a collection of pus at the top. These are called pustules.

No matter where you spot acne, it’s important to treat it properly. You can use over-the-counter (OTC) or prescription medicine to help the pimples clear up more quickly. Avoid picking at your acne so you don’t get a scar.

What causes acne to form on your forehead?
No matter where acne forms on your face, the cause is the same. Oil called sebum normally lubricates and protects your skin. Sebum is produced in tiny oil glands called sebaceous glands. Oil gets to the surface of your skin through small holes called pores.

Sometimes pores get clogged with dirt, excess oil, and dead skin cells. Bacteria grow inside, creating swollen bumps. Those bumps are pimples.

A number of factors increase oil production and make you more likely to get acne. These include:

certain medications

Apple Cider Vinegar
How To:
Take two tbsp of apple cider vinegar in a glass bowl and add an equal amount of water.
Mix it.
Take one cotton ball, dip it in the mixture and apply on the affected area.
Leave it for twenty minutes to dry.
Rinse it away with normal water.
How it Works:
Apple cider vinegar is acidic by nature and hence minimizes the excess production of oil from the skin. It also works as an astringent and antimicrobial agent and keeps the skin free from damage caused by bacteria. Use the mixture daily for desired results.
Ice Cubes
How To:
Take ice cubes or crushed ice and wrap it in a cotton cloth.
Hold this cloth to the affected area for a few minutes and then rub it very gently in a circular motion.
Wait and repeat the process a few
How it Works:
Ice helps in reducing inflammation, swelling, and redness caused by pimples. It increases the blood circulation, removes dirt and bacteria accumulated in the pores and tightens the skin. Ice must be used two to three times on a daily basis to remove small tiny pimples from the face.
Coconut Oil
How To:
Take two tbsp of coconut oil and warm it in a pan on low flame.
Take some warm oil between the palms of your hand and rub both hands gently.
Apply this warm coconut oil on your full face, with special care on the affected areas.
Leave the coconut oil on as it will merge inside the skin and hence no need to rinse it away.
How it Works:
Coconut oil is enriched with antioxidant and antibacterial properties that moisturize, heals and rejuvenates the skin by removing pimples, impurities, and bacteria from deep inside the pores. Use it twice every day for removing small and tiny pimples successfully.
Raw Honey
How To:
Take a few drops of raw honey on your fingertips and apply to the affected areas.
Leave it to dry for thirty minutes.
Rub and massage gently to exfoliate for few minutes.
Rinse it away with normal tap water.
How it Works:
Raw honey is an antibiotic and hence kills the germs and bacteria that cause the formation of pimples. It is a humectant and hence acts as a hydrating agent by retaining the moisture content of the skin.
Aloe Vera
How To:
Take a fresh aloe vera stick, peel it and extract its juice in a glass bowl.
Apply the juice on and around the pimples.
Let it dry for fifteen minutes.
Rinse it away with normal water.
How it Works:
Aloe vera has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties that decrease irritation and redness of the skin. It must be applied daily to remove pimples from the face.
A good skin care regime with natural ingredients is a necessity during pimple break-out on the face. Friends, apply any one of the homemade recipes which I have shared with you and see the difference within a few days.

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