Get Rid Quick of Acne Scars With Aloe Vera and Olive Oil!

People all over the world have been resorting to natural means to impede the growth of acne and fade away scars left by dried out pimples. Of course, we have anti-acne technology at our disposal, but not everyone feels comfortable relying on it, due to its cost and the debatable effectiveness and safety of chemically processed treatments and solutions.


If you’re troubled by regular acne breakouts or bouts of stubborn pimples appearing here and there every now and then, your best bet would be to rely first on natural means before asking your dermatologist to prescribe you medication and treatment. The reason for this is, skincare remedies derived from plants are much gentler on your skin and a lot cheaper than a trip to your doctor. Of course, it might take awhile to see results, but you can never go wrong with Mother Nature.

Two of the most widely used products for treatment of acne problems are aloe vera and olive oil.

aloe vera for natural acne treatment
ALOE VERA

Aloe vera has been used for hundreds of years by practitioners of herbal or folk medicine. It is known to be a natural laxative, aiding in the relief from constipation and indigestion. The gel-like sap derived from the plant is an effective treatment used to treat burns and speed up the healing of bruises. It is used as a moisturizer easily absorbed by the skin, and can be applied to the skin to alleviate allergic reactions. It is also known to keep diabetes-related complications at bay once ingested, and can aid in lowering cholesterol levels.

olive oil for treating acne naturally
OLIVE OIL

Olive oil, like aloe vera, is also considered a plant with impressive healing qualities and health benefits. It contains healthy dietary fat, and is often used as a healthier substitute to other cooking oils. Consumption of olive oil has been shown to decrease blood pressure as well. It helps curb obesity and is known to reduce the risk of diabetes, stroke, osteoporosis and other major health conditions.

Both products are also used for aesthetic purposes. Many lotions and creams contain one or both of them, as well as hair shampoos and hair conditioners. Having said that, aloe vera gel and olive oil contain effective and long-lasting moisturizing elements, leaving hair smooth and healthy, and giving skin a soft, supple and well-hydrated feel.

In terms of battling acne, using one of them or combining them both in your daily skin care regimen can result in clearer skin and lesser occurrence of breakouts. Due to its damage-repairing properties, aloe vera can aid in cellular growth, and can improve the condition of the skin in as little as one week. Olive oil has been proven to speed up the fading process of scars, be it pimple marks, insect bites, bruises or stretch marks and also cleanses skin of impurities and dirt.

To use, apply olive oil to your face twice daily and let your skin absorb the oil for awhile before washing it off with warm water. Smear aloe vera gel all over your face before going to bed, let it dry, and rinse off. 

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